Marvin Wesley Green

May 21, 1930October 16, 2020

(Retired, Warrant Officer, Air Force - Safety Systems)

Peacefully in hospital on Friday, October 16, 2020 at the age of 90 years. Beloved husband of Jean (MacArthur). Predeceased by his son Danny Green and survived by his daughter Joyce Reid (Clifford). Loving grandfather of Courtney Jefferies, Jordan Reid and great-grandfather of Sienna Jefferies, Adley Jefferies and Summer Reid. Marvin is also survived by his brother Bruce Green of Minnesota and his sister-in-law Lois Green of B.C. and he is predeceased by his brother Bob. In keeping with Marvin`s wishes, private family arrangements will take place. As an expression of sympathy, kindly consider a donation in memory of Marvin to the University of Ottawa Heart Institute or the Ottawa Hospital Foundation, Civic Campus.


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The Murphy's

October 20, 2020

Jean, Joyce and Family,
We are remembering all the good times we had during your visits to the Island.
Always enjoyed the jokes Uncle Marvin sent us!
Thinking of you all at this sad time.
Chris, Marlene, Eileen, Greg, Sandra and families.

Simonne Julien

October 19, 2020

Very sorry to hear about Marv passing. Sharing your loss and sorrow with sympathy. Marv curled with us at Carleton Heights Curling Club which we enjoyed very much. Hope it helps to know that others are with you and your family in thought and sympathy.

Simone and Paul Julien

Rosemarie Atwill

October 18, 2020

Jean and Family,
So sorry to hear of Marv’s passing. Please know that our thoughts and prayers are with you at this sad time.
We have fond memories of good times at Carleton Heights Curling Club.
Rosemarie Atwill and Murray Manley

Linda and Bob Walsh

October 18, 2020

Jean and Family

So sorry to hear of Marv’s passing.
We knew Marv from Carleton Heights Curling Club. Bob curled with Merv and I curled with Jean. Two times a year the ladies curled against the men , usually the ladies won. We had good times.
Rest in peace Marv!

Jordan Reid

October 18, 2020

My gramps showed me how to fish along with many other things but I always looked forward to our family camping trips ! Everyone always had the best time!
Had my first beer with my gramps or sip ...
He always had a smile and jokes I’ll miss you gramps love you xoxo

Courtney Jefferies

October 18, 2020

There are so many memories to share about Grandpa! We all know how he loved to fish but never brought any back, it was always Grandma! His love for the outdoors and the wild life was incredible, he knew everything about everything! All our camping adventures were always an experience with Grandpa, he even got to bring his great grandchildren out on his canoe and show them ropes! He always had tons of camping stories, my favourite was the story up at Little Antler in chapleau with Uncle Danny and they forgot to put the cooler away and a bear came and picked that cooler up and smashed it on tree and ate their food right in front of them. He obviously learned from that because every time you went camping he would remind you every night to make sure the food was put away! Speaking of food, I always remember Grandpa eating something like a cookie or toast and he would have more on his shirt or counter than in his mouth. He was a strong, loving, caring and devoted man to everyone he ever met! These pictures say it all! The background picture is at Little Antler. Love you forever Grandpa, till we meet again! R.I.P


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