Calvary Hill Funeral Home & Cemetery

21723 Aldine-Westfield Road, Humble, TX

Dear Family & Friends,
We are sincerely and deeply thankful for you all being with us & supporting us with your prayers, calls, & messages from the time that Marlon had his accident until now.


Marlon M. Parmar

December 25, 1992November 13, 2019

Marlon M. Parmar, age 26, of Houston, Texas passed away on Wednesday November 13, 2019. Marlon was born December 25, 1992.

A celebration of life for Marlon will be held Saturday, November 23, 2019 from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM at Calvary Hill Funeral Home, 21723 Aldine Westfield Road, Humble, Texas 77338. Following the celebration of life will be a committal service at 2:30 PM at Calvary Hill Cemetery, 21723 Aldine Westfield Road, Humble, Texas 77338.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.CalvaryHillFuneralHome.com for the Parmar family.

There was a live stream which is still available on YouTube. It can be found by searching "Marlon Parmar Funeral".


  • Celebration of Life Saturday, November 23, 2019
  • Committal Service Saturday, November 23, 2019


Marlon M. Parmar

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Dilipsinh Jhala

November 26, 2019

Dear Marlon,
People Who Leaves us are
Gone from Our Sight
Never from Our Hearts !
Your Dynamic & Thrilling Personality will Always Remain in Our Hearts !
Rest in Peace
With Love
Dilipsinh Jhala, Gandhinagar

Amanda DiPietro

November 25, 2019

Dearest Marlon,

My sisters and I grew up with you & Alex, your family lived with us back in those good old fun Brooklyn days. I can remember the countless great memories we had running around, eating, playing games and driving all the grown-ups insane. Lol we all felt we had two brothers around to share with the laughter and mischievous young fun. You always had that huge wonderful smile on your face— best smile, for sure. You were energetic, strong and never felt tired, you kept going even till the end. The fastest track runner, helped everyone out even strangers not only your parents & brother. We don’t even know where to begin with you, there are just so many memories. You moved later to Texas, and we didn’t get to see you that often but we still remember the times we shared in our NY years.
We know you’re in a better place than this temporary, difficult, cold-hearted world. Hope to see you again & please say hello to my dearest Nancy. We love you both.

Until we meet again... ❤️

Sara Macwan

November 24, 2019

I was only about three years old when Marlon and his family moved out of New York so I didn’t become well acquainted with him until our trip to Houston in 2015. For the couple of days we were together, I got to learn about the kind soul that Marlon is. He always made sure that Kenneth, Matthew and I had smiles on our faces. He took us everywhere in his red truck, spending so much time with us and making sure we were having a good trip. The countless laughs and memories made is something that I’ll always keep close to me. Marlon had a huge heart and I’ll always remember him for doing his best to make everyone around him happy. He was so energetic, compassionate and selfless. The way he made an impact on everyone around him is so special and truly unforgettable. We love you Marlon and I know you’re rejoicing in Heaven with the Lord, spared from the pain of this temporary life. I’m going to miss you and I can’t wait to see you again soon.

Denness Vyas

November 24, 2019

My Dear Brother Marlon,
We will miss you. I still remember our days together in NY, you were the most gentle soul I had met. We will meet again in heaven in presence of our Lord

for if we live, we live for the Lord, or if we die, we die for the Lord; therefore whether we live or die, we are the Lord's.

Love you Denness, Dolly, Neil and Anya

Sandip & Seema Chauhan

November 23, 2019

Our Dear Nephew Marlon,
You have left a void no one can fill and today we mourn. You spread happiness for all the years when you were here with us. Now it is God’s turn to give you all the happiness in return as you go holding his hand. This is not goodbye, this is until we meet again in the kingdom of heaven. Although, life has to end, love doesn’t. May you rest in peace.

Love Always,
Sandip Kaka, Seema Kaki, Brooke & Sean

Rajesh and Veronica Chauhan

November 23, 2019

MARLON our son, it is so unfair that the angels took you to the heavenly abode so early! Son, you were so handsome, so kind, so stylish and soft spoken and always smiling! Marlon grew up with our children Vanisha, Benita and Donell. Last time when he visited us with his family, he had promised to come back and spend more days with us. But the good Lord needed you more than us sweet child! You will be celebrating Christmas and your birthday with the loved ones in heaven! You will be loved immensely by everyone there as you were loved here! We know we won’t be able to see you or your sweet smile but your memories will be in our hearts forever and ever. We do not wish to bid goodbye MARLON our son as we will surely meet one day! We love you. REST IN PEACE

Smita Jethva

November 23, 2019

Our hearts are with you in this time of sorrow. please accept our heartfelt condolences on the loss of your son. our thoughts and prayers are with you during this tragic time.

Smita and Raj jethva.

Chelsea Thompson & Family

November 23, 2019

Dearest Marlon,

As I write this I can’t help but remember our fondest memories. You know, the school dances and award ceremonies- the times spent at my house, our endless and (very early) cross country practices- and far more times spent running than actually walking. Thank you for being who you were in moments where it seemed like everyone was trying to find themselves.

You were the boy that everyone wanted to be. So honest, handsome, smart, respectful- a hard worker and most importantly kind to everyone you met. You leave behind a legacy at such a young age and all who speak on your behalf say you were the reason that they were inspired to be better, to do better.

May God watch over your family in the times where it seems unbearably hard. I am certain I will see you again, for you have so much more to write. By the way, your mom is one of the strongest women ever. I have watched her love you unconditionally- and without thought.

Rest In Peace, my sweet friend/brother. I will think of you daily. When times get hard, on a run, when I pass by your home.

...you are and will remain one of my biggest inspirations.

Love always,

Chelsea Thompson

Keith Glazener

November 23, 2019

G-d bless you and give you peace!

Berenize Pereira

November 23, 2019

Marlon, you were such an amazing friend and beautiful soul. We had such great times practicing during PISA! I remember that you were a natural dancer and I wasn't but you were also very nice about it. We will miss you and thank you for having been such a great friend and for our awesome high school memories with our PISA group. You will forever be in our hearts and in our prayers.



Marlon M. Parmar was born on December 25, 1992 in Nadiad, Gujarat, India. He came to Brooklyn, NY in February 1996 where he started elementary school at P.S.94. He and his family later moved to Staten Island in 2001 where he went to P.S.39. In 2005, he and his family moved to Houston, TX where he started school at Wunderlich Intermediate. At Wunderlich, Marlon participated in football, cross-country, and track. He went to high school at Klein Forest, where he continued in cross-country and track. He holds the cross-country season record for the 3 mile from 2009 (10th grade) and 2010 (11th grade). He also was a part of the International Business Academy (IBA), Pakistani Indian Student Association (P.I.S.A), and H.O.S.A. He was able graduate high school early by one year in the top ten percent of the class of 2011.
He started college at Lone Star and transferred to the University of Houston - Downtown where he was pursuing a degree in Finance. During his college career he earned his place on the Dean's list.

In the summer of 2013, he started work at United Cargo - IAH airport, where he handled the export of cargo. He worked his way up becoming the trainer for the operation. He left this job in 2015, when he wanted to start his own company running a hot-shot business.

He had a passion for fast vehicles. He had all of the following:
Mercedes Benz C300 - High school graduation gift from his dad.
Suzuki GSX-R600
Suzuki Hayabusa
Chevrolet Camaro ZL1
RAM 3500 Laramie
Kawasaki Ninja H2

He was a very loving, kind, hardworking, strong, faithful, religious, and determined individual.
Throughout his time in school, he received many rewards and recognition such as the honor roll & student of the month.
His athleticism was also highly respected by all of his coaches, fellow classmates, and friends.
He treated his friends as if they were his own family. To the extent that he would visit and wish his friend's moms a Happy Mother's Day.
He lived his life to the fullest...enjoying each moment with the people he loved and cared about.

He is survived by his parents Manojkumar & Anjana Parmar, his brother Alex Parmar, and his German Shepard Prince II.