Marvin Hancock

August 10, 1930March 30, 2013
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Marvin Hancock, 82, of Dallas died at his residence on Saturday, March 30, 2013, surrounded by his loving family. He will always be remembered as a loving husband, father, grandfather and friend to all that knew and loved him. He was born in Haskell, Texas on August 10, 1930 to the late Marvin Hardin Hancock Sr. and Mamie Smith Hancock. He graduated from Haskell High School and attended North Texas State University. He also attended the University of Texas where he received a B.A. in Business. Later he earned his Master of Business Arts from Southwest School of Business. He was a US Army Korean Veteran with the 45th Division. Marvin went on to work at many Banks in Texas to include the Texas State Bank, Mercantile Bank of Trust, First National Bank of Carrollton, Northpark National Bank, North Dallas Bank and Trust, Capital Bank and Provident Bank. He was also proud of other offices held and clubs he attended to include President of Texas Bankers Association. He was on the board of Texas Bar Association, The President of Park Cities Rotary Club, President of North Dallas Chamber of Commerce and was involved with the Executive Board of the Boy Scouts of America. Survivors include his wife of 54 years Patricia Ann Branham Hancock; a son Bradley Hardin Hancock; grandchildren Erik Hardin Hancock and William Phillip Hancock. He was preceded in death by a sister Betty Ann Hall and a brother Norman Hancock.


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Marcia Lyon

April 8, 2013

We just found out about Marvin's passing. We loved him very much and had sooooo much fun with him and Pat going to the horse races and "playing" bridge! We were not that good but they were so gracious to us and so patient with our lack of skills at the game. My mom and father were longtime friends and we became friends too. I am just so saddened by the news. Our deepest sympathy to you Pat and our prayers always. We have so long wanted to see you but respected your wishes for privacy for these last few years. We think of you often and love you dearly.
Marcia and Malcolm Lyon
and of course Eileen Nunn

LaGrand Smith

April 3, 2013

God Bless your family, I worked at Texas Bank & Trust in Dallas when he was there, a very find & courteous man.