Marvin was born in Fargo North Dakota to Ferdinand Kisser and Pearl Sadie Antoinette (Stiles) Kisser. He is survived by his wife, Anna Marie Kisser, Sons, Randy Kisser (Kay) and Rick Kisser (Pat), daughter, Daylene Booth (Craig), 5 grandchildren and 11 great grandchildren. Marvin worked at Bethlehem Steel’s Sparrows Point plant for 33 years. After retiring from the “Mill”, he drove a Baltimore County Public School Bus for another 12 years. Not being one to just sit around he continued other part time work until he finally retired at age 80.
He will be remembered by many for his willingness to open his home to anyone who needed a safe haven and a place to grow. His tenacity and work ethic were admired by all. Some would say, “he’s hard to keep up with!” He was dedicated to the Lord and served his church in numerous capacities. Marvin offered guidance and unconditional love to many who needed a helping hand along life’s journey. His Godly example has left a legacy and an imprint on our hearts. “Uncle Marv”, as he was affectionally known to young and old alike, will missed by all who knew him.
A private family graveside service will be held at Bel Air Memorial Gardens, on Saturday, July 25th, 2020. Due to the Covid-19, social distancing, masks and lots of “air hugs” will be in order. In lieu of flowers, memorial gifts may be made to “Bridging Family LLC.”, who have offered care and support for Marvin’s sister Barbara Jean and many others with special needs. Gifts may be sent directly to Bridging Family LLC 1812 56th Avenue Suite A Greeley, CO 80634. To give digitally, Marvin’s granddaughter is receiving donations at https://www.paypal.me/meghanweber82. All monies received will be forwarded to Bridging Family. Please include a memo attached to all direct and digital donations that states “In loving memory of Marvin Kisser, brother of Barbara Jean.”
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