Hank Marvin Obituary, Death – Marvin Hank leaves behind his devoted wife of 34 years, Robin (nee McDonald); his children, Alyssa (Dan) Brown, Alex Hank, and Eric Hank; his parents, Marvin Sr. and Jean (nee Sienko) Hank; two sisters, Janet Cooper and Chris (Brad) Southard; numerous nieces and nephews; his mother-in-law, Carolyn (the late William) McDonald; and numerous great-nieces and nephews. Mar His grandfathers and grandmothers on both his mother’s side of the family and his father’s side of the family had passed away before he was born.
Marvin had a tremendous reverence for the natural world; some of his most cherished pastimes included hunting, fishing, and taking his boat out on the lake; yet, spending time with his loved ones was his top priority. Although Marvin had a profound regard for the natural world, he placed his family as his first priority. Marvin possessed an extraordinary admiration and reverence for the natural world. A memorial service to celebrate the life of Marvin will be held in the chapel of the funeral home at 9:30 a.m. on Thursday, November 4, 2021.
The event will pay tribute to Marvin’s life and honor his passing. Following the funeral service, the congregation will process together to St. Patrick Catholic Church in Joliet for a Mass of Christian Burial at ten o’clock in the morning on the same day. After the funeral mass, Marvin’s body will be laid to rest in the cemetery of the church. After the completion of the funeral mass, the cremation rites that Marvin had requested will be carried out in line with his intentions. His wishes will be carried out in accordance with his wishes. The private funeral services and interment that will take place afterwards will take place at Woodlawn Memorial Park as the venue.