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 The high esteem in which he was held by his many friends was made obvious by the large crowd which assembled at the Hudson home on the Walton-Beaver road Friday, February 17 at 2:00 p.m. for the funeral service, and by the mass of lovely flowers which had been sent as tokens of remembrance,​ love, and respect. The high esteem in which he was held by his many friends was made obvious by the large crowd which assembled at the Hudson home on the Walton-Beaver road Friday, February 17 at 2:00 p.m. for the funeral service, and by the mass of lovely flowers which had been sent as tokens of remembrance,​ love, and respect.
  
-A quiet, impressive service, such as Marvin, Jr., might have chosen as a farewell gathering for his friends, was made beautiful by the fitting remarks of the several ministers who best knew him, and who spoke sincere words made possible by close friendship. ​ Two appropriate songs. “Abide With Me” and “My Faith Looks Up to Thee” were read by Rev. R.R. Rose, pastor of the [[walton_united_methodist_church|Walton Methodist Church]], of which Marvin, Jr., was a member. ​ Two beautiful poems were read, one by Rev. Cross, of the [[Richwood Presbyterian]];​ the other, a tribute to Marvin, Jr., was written and read by Rev. C.E. Brown, pastor of [[Verona Baptist Church]].  Other ministers who paid tributes of friendship were Rev. Alford, of the [[Walton Baptist Church]] and Rev. Irvin of the [[Walton Christian Church]]. ​ Prayer was offered by Rev. Bedinger.+A quiet, impressive service, such as Marvin, Jr., might have chosen as a farewell gathering for his friends, was made beautiful by the fitting remarks of the several ministers who best knew him, and who spoke sincere words made possible by close friendship. ​ Two appropriate songs. “Abide With Me” and “My Faith Looks Up to Thee” were read by Rev. R.R. Rose, pastor of the [[walton_united_methodist_church|Walton Methodist Church]], of which Marvin, Jr., was a member. ​ Two beautiful poems were read, one by Rev. Cross, of the [[Richwood Presbyterian ​Church]]; the other, a tribute to Marvin, Jr., was written and read by Rev. C.E. Brown, pastor of Verona Baptist Church. ​ Other ministers who paid tributes of friendship were Rev. Alford, of the [[Walton Baptist Church]] and Rev. Irvin of the [[Walton Christian Church]]. ​ Prayer was offered by Rev. Bedinger.
  
 Pallbearers were J.B. Johnson, Powers Conrad, Evan Hance, Clifford Powers, Walter Vest, and Harold Rouse. ​ Burial was in the Walton cemetery. ​ Arrangements were in charge of Chambers and Grubbs. Pallbearers were J.B. Johnson, Powers Conrad, Evan Hance, Clifford Powers, Walter Vest, and Harold Rouse. ​ Burial was in the Walton cemetery. ​ Arrangements were in charge of Chambers and Grubbs.
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