In Loving Memory

Marvin O. Johnson, Jr., d. May 19, 2014



In Loving Memory

August 8, 1945 – May 19, 2014

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Marvin Oliver Johnson, Jr., 68, passed away on Monday, May 19, 2014 in Mobile, Alabama. He was a United States Army veteran.

He is preceded in death by his parents, Marvin Oliver Johnson, Sr. and Georgia Napier Johnson; two sisters, Lyris and Virginia.

He is survived by his wife of 47 years, Nancy Johnson of Mobile, AL.

Services will be held at a later date. Expressions of condolence may be offered at Arrangements are by Hughes Funeral Home and Crematory, 7951 American Way, Daphne, AL.


  1. Linda & Jason Rhymer

    When you get to heaven show them a thing or two about how to fish.
    Love and miss you, Jason

  2. Jason Rhymer

    You will be greatly missed down here but your in good company up there. Tell mom I love and miss her.

  3. Allen Rhymer

    Aunt Nancy, know that we all love and cherish you. Uncle Marvin was a great brother to his sisters and our mother. A great example of a man and human being that lived life on his own terms. It is my hope, that you find the strength and courage during this time of grieving. Love, Allen Rhymer

  4. Edwin A. Rhymer, Jr.

    Marvin’s kindness and friendliness touched many lives. He was greatly respected by his family and friends. There are many good times and wonderful memories that will continue always with those of us who loved him.

  5. Louis Carrq

    He is at rest with the Lord. My family’s condolences to you, Nancy. May the Lord give you strength and peace during this difficult time.

  6. Erich, Amy, and Ava Rhymer

    Uncle Marvin will be greatly missed and we cherish the visit that we made with him and Aunt Nancy a few months ago. It was wonderful to catch up on old times and to reminisce about Mom. We are so glad that Ava got to spend time with Uncle Marvin. We love you Aunt Nancy and will be here for you.

  7. Terri Rice

    Marvin will always have a special place in my heart. My thoughts and prayers are with Nancy. She has shown a tremendous amount of strength through this trying time. God bless and keep her.

  8. Elmer Sellers

    Nancy: thinking of you at this difficult time.

  9. E. Roebuck

    When I first went to work at the Midtown P. O. I knew Marvin was a good guy. When I moved to Fowl river he was there to help. When I joined the American Legion he gave me the application. I know he’s in good hands now, because he was the type that would give his shirt off his back. My thoughts and prayers are with Marvin and his family during this difficult time. God Bless

  10. Stephan Rhymer


    I have never had the pleasure of meeting you or Marvin. I am Edwin Rhymer’s grandson, and Karl is my father.

    Having said that, you are in my thoughts… my deepest condolences to you.

  11. Bill Pittman

    I was lucky enough to work with Marvin years ago, back in the 1970’s. What a character! I still remember him very well after all this time. I’m so sorry to find that he’s gone, but I don’t think anyone who knew him will ever forget.


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