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Nathaniel Earl Marble, 86, died July 28, 1990 in Provo, Utah.

He was born November 26, 1903 in Deweyville to Nathaniel Peter and Harriet Loveland Marble. He married Naomi Marie Hansen, July 17, 1928 in New Castle, Colorado; solemnized in the Logan LDS Temple. She preceded him in death on June 12, 1987. He was an High Priest and an active member of the LDS Church. In 1923-1925 he served as a missionary in Colorado in the Western States Mission.He attended Box Elder High School where he was known as "Shorty" and was cheerleader, known then as Song Master. He attended BYC in Logan. He was a charter member of the Tremonton Lions Club and served two terms on the Tremonton City Council. He loved music, sang in a barbershop quartet and was a talented step-dancer, something he was still doing in his 80's. He donated many hours to rest homes in the Lava Hots Springs, Idaho area. He was a delight to his grandchildren and great-grandchildren, teaching them songs and recording them from an early age. He operated service stations and motels in Utah and Idaho and worked as a fireman at Bushnell Hospital during World War II.

Surviving are four daughters, Mrs. Jenae M. Anderson, West Bountiful; Leanne Garfield, (Dr. Lawrence H.), St. George; Melinda Hatch (Dr. Herman K.), Orem; and Emilee Dawn Bunker (Barry W.), Las Vegas, Nevada; 16 grandchildren, 19 great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by an infant son, Nolan Earl. Also surviving are six sisters, Jennie (Henry C.) Nielsen, Brigham City; Mrs. Eithel Kerr, Mrs. Alta Johnson, Cleo (Harold) Denler, Tremonton; Mrs. Edythe Hendricks, Logan and Dorothy (LeVan) Hendricks, Boise, Idaho. He was preceded in death by one sister, Louella Sandall, (Wayne).

Funeral services will be Wednesday, August 1, 1990 at 11 a.m. in the Deweyville Ward Chapel, 10750 No. Hwy. 69. Friends may call at the Rogers Mortuary, 111 North 1st East, Tremonton Tuesday from 6-8 p.m. and at the Church Wednesday one hour prior to services. Burial: Deweyville Cemetery.

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