Within the 50’s, Marvin started his plumbing business, M&M Refrigeration and Plumbing, with Harold McElravy. They effectively operated e-commerce for half a century. After retiring as he was 80, the M&M building went available on the market, was purchased by Allen and Anna Covault in 2007 and renovated to get the planet class, across the country recognized Bone Creek Museum of Agrarian Art. The Mohler family members have supported the museum in lots of ways since its beginning, associated with the memory from the place and it is significance towards the family and also the community.
Marvin is survived by his 5 children 7 grandchildren: Eric and Luke Marshall (Geri) Patrick, Matthew and Marie Mohler (Bodine) Owen and Alice Neary (Peggy) and 1 great-grandchild, Rivers (Eric), in addition to his sister, D, of Cedarburg, Wisconsin. He was preceded in dying by his parents his wife, Pat siblings Orville, Lester, Gordon, Roy, and Melvin, and siblings Marie, Alice, Bertha, and Ruth.
On August. 15, 1950, Marvin married Patricia (Pat) Pollard. These were fortunate with two sons: Mark of David City, Nebraska and Richard “Bodine” (Teresa) of Lakewood, Colo. and three kids: Geri (Bob Fry) of Sacramento, Calif. Susan Marie of Hailey, Idaho and Peggy (Tom Neary) of Westlake Village, Calif.
Memorial Service and Celebration of Existence – Sunday, August 13, 2017 3 p.m., Jerry L. Kracl, Officiating, Kracl Funeral Chapel, 1954 Industrial Road, David City.
Marvin J. Mohler, 93, of David City, Nebraska died Monday, This summer 10, 2017 in the Butler County Healthcare Center in David City.
Marvin’s ashes is going to be u . s . together with his wife’s and interred in the Edholm Cemetery—about 100 yards where he was created on Highway 12A near Linwood. They could have been married 67 years, and that’s why we chose this date for that celebration.