7 March, 1933 – 23 June, 2020
Passed away suddenly but peacefully at St. Joseph’s Hospital on Tuesday, June 23, 2020 in his 88th year.
Beloved husband and best friend of Patricia Veronica Moos (deceased January 12, 2018). Cherished father of Anne Louise Paquette (David), Richard (Patricia) and Paul (Michael). Proud Papa of Erin and Marc Paquette and Ezra and Nicholas Moos. Loving brother of Elizabeth Moos (deceased May 26, 2019) and June McCleary (Kenneth). Marvin will be fondly remembered by his nieces, nephews, extended family and friends. Marvin was a long-time employee of Otis Elevator. The family wishes to extend their thanks to the staff at St. Joseph’s Hospital and the staff and community members at the Meadowlands Retirement Community for the great care, support and friendship they extended to Marvin. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Hearth & Stroke Foundation in Marvin’s memory. A private family funeral will take place and guests are invited to stream the service using the following link;
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Georgina & Benny Goryan
3 July 2020
Our sympathies to Anne Louise, Richard and Paul and your families in the passing of your father and grandfather. Besides seeing your dad in the neighbourhood we often met your dad and mom in the mall too and enjoyed a chat. God bless and keep you.
29 June 2020
My thoughts and prayers are with you at this time. Have fond memories of your Dad when we worked together at Otis Elevator. We had a lot of laughs and created great memories.
Anne please take care to you and your family.
June and Ken McCleary
27 June 2020
Marv, you were a very unique brother and brother-in-law. Truly, one of a kind. You always had a smile. You always had a joke. You loved a good meal. It was an experience being in your company. You will be very missed by your family and many friends. And you will have a big smile on your face as you are reunited with your bride, Patricia. Rest easy, Marv. Rest easy.
-June and Ken
27 June 2020
My dear Uncle Marv. I have so many memories - trains, New Orleans Jazz, wit and sense of humour. You will be always be remembered with fondness and respect. Sincere condolences to Anne-Louise, Richard, Paul and all yours.
26 June 2020
My condolences to the Moos family. His son Richard and I were pals in grade school. My only lasting memories of Marvin are the big happy smiles he usually gave me, and the fantastic miniature train set/town he built with passion
in their basement. May he rest in peace.
25 June 2020
Sincerest sympathies to you June and to your family on the sudden passing of your brother. May loving memories of Marvin bring you comfort as you grieve his loss.
God's blessings to you,