Savannah - Edmund Charles Marvin, age 71 of West Church Street in Savannah, passed away on June 11th at his home following a brief illness. A graveside service with Military Honors will be 10 a.m. Sunday (June 23rd) at the Crusoe Cemetery in Savannah. Family and friends are invited to attend a gathering Sunday (June 11th) from 2 to 5 p.m. at the Arthur T. Meehan, American Legion Post #1343 in Savannah.
In lieu of flowers, contributions may be offered to the Savannah Fire Department, or to Lifetime Care.
Edmund was born January 3, 1942 in Waterloo, son of Charles L. and Agnes H. Marvin. He graduated from Mynderse Academy in Seneca Falls, and served his country with the NY National Guard, Co. B in Geneva. Ed was a truck driver for Jackson and Johnson Trucking, Martin Farms, Foster Farms and Lakeland Equipment. He also spent several years working the NASCAR circuit with teams of Ricky Craven and Jeff Burton. He was a member of the NRA, American Legion, Hill Top Gun Club, and more recently with several Flying Clubs.
Edmund is survived by his wife Cheryl; his son Edmund Jr. "Skip" (Regina) of Tuckerton, N.J.; daughter Stacy Marvin of Wolcott; step-children, Joseph (Stacy) Salerno of Lyons, Joann Salerno of Clyde, and BillieJo Stewart (Matt) of Lyons; 10 grandchildren: Adam Charles and John Robert Marvin, Jessie Carroll, Hope Patchen, Owen and Logan Fisher, Kayla Stewart, Ethan Salerno, LeSean Salerno, Mc Kenna Hunt; and his sister Anne Marvin of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Rochester.
Edmund was predeceased by his son Robert Marvin and by his parents.
Arrangments by the Norton Funeral Home of Savannah. On-line condolences to the Marvin family may be sent to: www.hsnorton.com