rtunately, we became friends. The studying was suddenly so much more acceptable when I found someone I knew better and got same hobbies. We even found out we had just lived in two adjacent towns. I mean what a coincidence. Since then we’d been through lot of stuff and Marvin unfortunately must had stopped with competing as he fell on the skies and injured till the point the doctors didn’t allow to do any sports on a high level.
Despite that accident Marvin didn’t give up on sports and did them at least recreational. Important to mention that his wife Julia was very supportive during those days after the operation he had to undergo. Julia and family played a large role in his recovery.
We have lost a great guy. A modest and caring individual, direct and up front in his approach, kind of a “what you see is what you get” type of guy.
We will forever honor his memory and never forget Marvin.It is with sadness and a heavy heart that I mention the passing my close friend Marvin.
I will never forget how we became friends. It was in the university where we both got accepted thanks to our evaluation and sport (athletic). At first we were rivals because it was always either Marvin or me who could go to compete. And as many people say: “Keep your friends close but your enemies even closer”. I followed this saying and fo
1954 — 2010
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