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Obituary for Marvin Hall

Marvin Hall was born on October 13, 1959 in Chicago, Illinois to his parents, Margaret V. Hall and Marshall Hall Jr. He was raised with his five siblings; Linda Sexton (Larry), Maurice Hall, Mark Hall, Marcus Hall and Marcie Wyatt (Victor). Marvin has joined in Heaven, his brother Marlon Hall on June 22, 2017, when the Lord called him home. Marvin attended Denver Public Schools where he graduated from Manual High School in 1977. In July of 1977 he enlisted into the United States Army where he later earned recognition as a sharpshooter and an expert in hand grenades and artillery. Marvin wholeheartedly devoted himself to the U.S. Army and he received an honorable relief from active duty after many years of selfless service. Marvin loved nature and being around his family and friends. He adored his wife LaDonna of 18 years and truly admired his children. Marvin was a very kindhearted and charismatic man. He enjoyed bringing joy and laughter to others. Marvin loved to play spades and dominos; though, he would always, always get beat in his own home! Cooking was yet another liking Marvin had, especially French fries and onions. Many days and nights he would sit and relax with his wife and crack jokes about everyone and everything. If you knew him well, then you would undoubtedly agree, that Marvin was always there when people needed him most. There were many times when Marvin would call out to various family members just out of concern and asked them, "How are you doing?" He cherished his parents and cared dearly for his Auntie Rose. Marvin was and will be ever special to all that he came in contact with and deeply missed by his Auntie Roslyn Redwine. Marvin leaves loving memories in the hearts of his parent Marshall and Margaret Hall, his wife LaDonna, his siblings Linda (Larry), Maurice, Mark, Marcus and Marcie (Victor), his eight children, two step-children, 13 grandchildren and a host of other relatives and friends.

Funeral Home:
Caldwell-Kirk Mortuary
2101 Marion Street
Denver, CO
US 80205


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Visitation

Sunday

2

Jul

2:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Kirk Chapel

2101 Marion Street
Denver, CO 80205

Service

Monday

3

Jul

10:00 AM
Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church

3301 Leyden Street
Denver, CO 80207

cemetery

Monday

3

Jul

1:15 PM
Fort Logan National Cemetery

3698 So. Sheridan Blvd
Denver, CO

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