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Marvin White


October 15, 1921 ~ January 20, 2014


Marvin E. White, age 92, was called home Monday, January 20, 2014. Marvin was born October 15, 1921 to George and Ora White in Grant County Oklahoma. He was raised on a farm where he developed his love for the land. Marvin is a veteran of WWII, in which he served for the Air Force in Guam as a staff sergeant. He married Maxine L. Rains in San Antonio on August 14, 1944. They had four daughters, Connie, Vickie, Marva Jean and Paula. Marvin spent his life doing what he loved, farming and raising cattle. He was a wonderful, loving husband, dad, grandfather and great-grandfather. His loving and joyful personality as well as his colorful stories of the past will be greatly missed.


Marvin was preceded in death by his parents, and daughters, Marva Jean and Vickie Lynn.


He is survived by his wife, Maxine, daughters and sons-in-law; Connie and Gil

Traverse of Athens, TX, Paula and Larry Helmke of Euless, TX and Pete Garton

of Corinth, TX. Marvin also leaves behind numerous grandchildren,

great-grandchildren, cousins, family and friends.


Funeral services will be held 1:00 p.m. Friday, January 24, 2014 at the Assembly of God in Caldwell, Kansas.


Interment will be in the Spring Creek Cemetery.


Memorials may be made in memory of Marvin to the Wounded Warrior Project.


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Condolences

Don & Karen Fitch

Family and Friends - 01/22/2014

Our love & prayers are with you,, Maxine and families. I know your hearts are breaking but I'm sure you are full of praise and thanksgiving that this man was in your life. He was a wonderful man and we loved him too. God bless.


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Terri (Ferda) Muse, Weatherford, TX

Family and Friends - 01/23/2014

I have many fond memories of Marvin from my childhood days. Our prayers are with your family.


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Paul & Judy Stetz

Family and Friends - 01/24/2014

Maxine,

Judy and I wanted to be with you today, but were unable to arrange that. We know you will miss Marvin, but we feel his struggles are over.

You both were a big part of our lives when we were in Caldwell. We remember the dinners we had together, and the fellowship, many times, in your home. Wish it was possible to do it all over again. We know there is something far better that awaits us! We all look forward to that time when we can fellowship for as long as we desire!

We love you and are praying for you!


Paul & Judy Stetz


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Tammy Hoemann

Family and Friends - 01/24/2014

Thinking of your family in this time of loss. We will keep you in our prayers.

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