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Marvin E. Gall

February 24, 1930 — September 4, 2021

Marvin was born February 24th, 1930, in Cameron, Missouri, to Raymond Silas Gall and Lola Beulah Gall (Paul). He attended Chillicothe High School before going to the Chillicothe Business College. Marvin attended college for two years before enlisting in the Air Force and serving in the Korean War from 1951-1954. He married his wife, Martha, while home on leave, on June 10th, 1951. After returning from the service, he held numerous sales jobs, and retired from his distributorship for Little Debbie Snack Cakes.  After retiring for about two months, he drove a school bus part­ time, and eventually went to work part-time for Lakeview Village in Lenexa, Kansas, driving the buses for the residents. He has been fully retired since 2009.

Marvin had just celebrated his 70th Wedding Anniversary on June 10th, 2021, with his bride, Martha.

He leaves behind his wife Martha; his children, Kathy Dennis (Charles), David Gall, Susan Huff, and Mary Beth Nall (Patrick), as well as six grandchildren, Annie Earp (Chris), Jacob Huff, Jessica Mruskovich (Jake), Taylor Nall (Haley), Courtney Gall (J.D. Wood) and Billy Dennis (Shayna); and eight great­ grandchildren. He also leaves three siblings: Evelyn Lightner, Betty Shipley, and Steve Gall.

Marvin loved Kansas City, especially his Chiefs, Royals, and Missouri Tigers!  His real passion was his Faith and his Family. He always told everyone not to worrying about anything. God has it taken care of.

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