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Marvin Noble Bennett
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Birth: Oct. 19, 1921
Davis County
Utah, USA
Death: Jun. 11, 2001
Carbon County
Utah, USA

Marvin Noble Bennett, 79, beloved husband, father, grandfather and great-grandfather, passed away Monday, June 11, 2001 at his home with his family, in Price, Utah.

He was born October 19, 1921 in Bountiful, a son of Joseph Christopher and Zina Pearl Noble Bennett.

Marv married Marilyn Faye West on December 15, 1957 in Elko, Nevada. They were later sealed in the Hawaii LDS Temple.

He was a graduate of Davis High School and had lived most of his life in the Davis County area, later residing in Price, Utah.

He was active in the LDS Church all of his life. At the time of his death he was a High Priest in the Price 3rd Ward. He served in many church positions such as: Presidency of Priesthood Quorums beginning with the Aaronic, Elders Quorum Presidency; High Priest Secretary, Counselor and instructor; Sunday School Teacher; Deacon Advisor; Explorer Advisor; Scoutmaster; Cubmaster; Webelos Leader and many years on the Scout Committee. He served an LDS Temple Mission with his wife Marilyn to the Apia Samoa Temple, Western Samoa.

Marv had been very active in the Scouting program and a registered Scouter for over 65 years. Besides scouting positions listed above, he was a Neighborhood Commissioner; District Commissioner; District Training Chairman; Order of the Arrow; PowWow Co-Chairman; Council Training Chairman; served on staff at Philmont Scout Ranch in Cimarron, NM for two years; earned his Woodbadge Beads, then served Woodbadge Staff for first regional Cub Scout Woodbadge course in LA; the following year Counselor in Portland, Oregon, and the year after Assistance Course Director in Pupakea, Hawaii. He had received many scouting awards as a leader and received his Silver Beaver award n 1977. In 1981, when they went to Western Samoa, they took Cub Scouting there for the boys to have, and also were instrumental in training many leaders there to work with the young boys. He really enjoyed working with the boys and camping.

He was in the construction business for over 40 years, building homes and commercial buildings throughout the states of Utah and Wyoming, and was Superintendent over the building of the LDS Temple in Western Samoa. After construction, he worked for the LDS Church, PM Group in Layton for ten years, retiring in 1998.

Marv enjoyed hunting for many years, ducks, pheasants, deer and elk. He had enjoyed having horses most of his life, showing Appaloosas throughout Utah, Nevada, Idaho, Wyoming for many years. It was a way of life for the whole family. He rode with the Ute Rangers Riding Group for several years and the Salt Lake County Posse for over ten years, serving as Lt.; Captain; and Drill Master.

Surviving are his wife, Marilyn, Price; two sons, Robert "Bob" (Debbie), Price; and Hal J. (Gerri) Kaysville; nine grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Also surviving are one brother, Allen Bennett, Sandy; and many nieces and nephews. Marv was preceded in death by his parents, brothers, Golden and Elmer; and sisters, Leah and Ardella.
Marv was loved and will be sadly missed by his "Samoan Family", Charles and Adeline Schwenke and their children. Charles and Adeline came from Western Samoa to be with him during the last days of his life.

God looked around His garden
and found an empty place,
He then looked down upon the earth
And saw your tired face,
He put His arms around you
And lifted you to rest
God's garden must be beautiful;
He only takes the best
He knew that you were suffering
He knew that you were in pain
He knew that you would never
get well on earth again.
He saw the road was getting rough
and the hills were hard to climb
So He closed your weary eyelids
And whispered, "Peace be thine".
It broke our hearts to lose you
But you didn't go alone
For part of us went with you
The day God called you home.
We love and miss you!

Funeral services will be held Thursday, June 14th at 11 a.m. at Lindquist's Layton Mortuary, 1867 North Fairfield Road. Friends may call at the mortuary on Wednesday evening from 6 to 8 p.m. and Thursday, 9:45 to 10:45 a.m.
Interment, Lindquist's Memorial Park at Layton, 1867 No. Fairfield Road.

The family would especially like to thank Dr. Harry Senejkian and all of the technicians and nurses at the Bonneville Dialysis Center for the special care they had given him for four and a half years. Also, thanks to Barry and Linda Deeter, Melissa Hamack, Tom Reiber, Pam Juliano, Udella Howa, Barbara Day and Cindy Mervis at the Castleview Dialysis Center in Price for their fine care and concern the past three years. Also thanks to the members and the Bishopric of the Price 3rd Ward for their prayers and support, and many other friends in Price, and neighbors and friends of the Layton area for their prayers and support.
Family links: 
  Joseph Christopher Bennett (1880 - 1952)
  Zina Pearl Noble Bennett (1883 - 1959)
Lindquist Memorial Park at Layton
Davis County
Utah, USA
Created by: Stacey Day
Record added: Aug 08, 2012
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Marvin Noble Bennett
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