MARVIN RUSSELL AGUIAR, 55, of Hendersonville, died Wednesday, May 26, 2010, in Spartanburg, SC.
A memorial service will be held at 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday, June 2, 2010, at Biltmore Baptist Church in Asheville.
So very sorry for your unexpected loss.c
Beth, I am truly sorry for your loss, I heard about it this morning, truly a shock, please let me know if there is anything I can do. You will be in my thought’s and prayers.
PRMA – Bryant, Lee & Shelton
Beth and Family,
It was a pleasure to work with Marv the past few years in agriculture. Marv and I talked and visited a lot of farms and we also talked about Jesus and how he blesses us and how we look forward to heaven. Well, Marv is there now and please take comfort in that. You will see Marv again. Jesus is taking care of him now. Marv was kind to all, respectful, and always learning of the Word and of our agricultural work.
I will miss him, but I too will see him again.
God Bless and our prayers are with Beth and your family.
Our hearts go out to you at amlthe sudden passing of Marv, but one thing you do know for sure is he is with the Lord, and that means everything. We enjoyed having you both in our SS Class at Pleasant Garden Baptist. We were so glad to talk to you both a couple weeks ago when you all visited there again. May you be comforted by His Word each day forward.
Marv was one of the sweetest, dearest friends we have ever had. He loved life, God, his wife, family and everyone he came in contact with. He knew no strangers. Delightful Marv will be sorely missed!! Our
deepest sympathy to you Beth
and all his family. See you
in heaven, Marv.
Marv was such a kind and friendly neighbora
Although I haven’t seen Marvin in years, he was my cousin and I loved him. I remember Marvin for his wonderful compassion, his tender soul, and his amazing ability to write a poem, or letter and utterly leave you speachless. Marvin was a wonderful son, and amazing father. I know he touched us all with is poems. I regret I didn’t get to see more of Marvin once we were grown ups, but childhood memorys sustain me now. I have the upmost sympathy for his wife and family. He was a wonderful man, and God is very lucky to have him in his presence now.