Marvin Ohms
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Obituary for Marvin Ohms

Marvin  Ohms
Marvin Ohms of Walnut passed away Monday, November 8, 2004 at the Creighton Medical Center in Omaha at the age of 76. Marvin was born December 10, 1927 to Hans Dewey and Teressa Edna Maria (Sorensen) Ohms near Walnut, Iowa where he spent his youth. In 1947, he graduated from the Atlantic High School then his family moved to the state of Washington where he lived until 1951. He joined the Navy and received his SeaBee training at Quonsett Point, RI, and served at Guantanamo Bay in Cuba, Morocco in North Africa and Newfoundland. Upon his discharge, Marvin started farming. He is a member of the American Legion of Anita and Walnut. He is survived by five brothers, Dean of East Troy, WI, Dewey and wife Marilyn of Anita, IA, Jack and wife Lois of Palo Alto, CA, Glenn and wife Joan of Atlantic, IA, Max and wife Ann of Eddyville, IA; three sisters, Greta Ullerich and husband Wayne of Atlantic, IA, Marie Miller of Coin, IA, Donna Stephens and husband Dick of Omaha, NE; one aunt, Mrs. Ivan Ohms in California and a number of nieces and nephews. Marvin is preceded in death by his parents; one sister-in-law, Irene Ohms; one brother-in-law, Maurice Miller; two nieces, Denise Ohms and Darcy Imig and one nephew, Marlin Miller.Funeral InformationIN LOVING MEMORY OFMARVIN OHMSBorn December 10, 1927At Prairie Rose near Walnut, Iowa ENTERED INTO REST Monday, November 8, 2004at the age of76 years, 10 months, 28 daysFUNERAL SERVICESFriday, November 12, 200410:30 A.M.Zion Lutheran ChurchAtlantic, IowaOFFICIATINGReverend Merlene OstebeeOur Savior Lutheran Church ~ Walnut, Iowa Reverend Theodore WeishauptFirst Evangelical Lutheran Church ~ Wiota, IowaMUSICAL SELECTIONS"For All the Saints&" 191Verses 1, 2, 6, 7 and 8 "Jesus Lives&" 139 "Heaven Is My Home 515 Doxology 461ORGANISTSharon MathiasBEARERS Gary Ohms Mike Miller Jerry Stephens Roger Ohms Ron Ruenhol Bruce OhmsRobert Marvin Ullerich FLOWER COMMITTEEMr and Mrs. Earl Wiechmann Lois Brix Bonnie BrandtMr and Mrs Ray EukenCONCLUDING SERVICESMilitary Service at 1:45 P.M.Bethlehem Lutheran CemeteryJacksonville, IowaFriends and relatives are invited to a luncheon and time of fellowshipat Zion Lutheran Church following the funeral service in Atlantic.

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