OBITUARY

Virginia D Marvel

November 1, 1925May 14, 2018

Virginia D. (Sears) Marvel, 92, of Newburgh, IN, passed away Monday, May 14, 2018. She was born November 1, 1925, in Logan County, KY, to the late Ernest and Rosa Sears.

Virginia attended Western Kentucky University. She worked as a Social Worker with The Children’s Aid Society in Detroit, and with the Society for Crippled Children and Adults in Louisville, KY. Virginia was a volunteer with Ohio Valley Hospice, Washington Avenue Health Clinic, Family and Children’s Service, and the Christian Home. She was an active member of Vanderburgh County Medical Alliance, Indiana State Medical Association, and Chapter BJ of PEO. Virginia also served as an Elder with the Eastminster Presbyterian Church.

She is preceded in death by her parents; husband, Dr. James Marvel; brother, Ernest E. Sears; and sister, Dorothy B. Sears.

Virginia is survived by her sons, David Marvel (Julie), Paul Marvel (Donna), Stephen Marvel (Angeline); grandchildren, Christopher, Andrew, Hannah, Rebekah, Caroline; and nieces, Debbie Harris and Donna Shelton.

A Memorial Service will be held 1:00pm, Sunday, July 29, 2018, at Eastminster Presbyterian Church with Dr. Dennis Davenport officiating.

Memorial contributions may be made to the Albion Fellows Bacon Center or to the Boys and Girls Club of Evansville.

Services

  • Memorial Service Sunday, July 29, 2018
REMEMBERING

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Nancy Long Spivey

July 30, 2018

I'm so sorry for your loss. I know as children and grandchildren it is hard to lose your #1 fan.

Nancy Long Spivey
(Reach Out)

Suzette Ewer

July 27, 2018

Sorry for your loss. My mother spoke so highly of her.

Suzette Ewer
Harrison High School (1980)

Steve Marvel

May 18, 2018

Mom’s sense-of-humor blossomed in her final months. Literally everyone who spent even a few minutes with her remarked on it. She was sanguine about her condition and chose to meet it with quips and jokes rather than grow morose or self-pitying. She made herself a favorite of the many who helped with her care.

FROM THE FAMILY