My precious brother was called back to return with our Heavenly Father on February 2, 1992.
You were born October 9, 1966, the eldest brother of six brothers and sisters; the third child of Evelyn M. Jacobs and Max T. Hardy. You served an honorable LDS mission in Chile and held several church positions, most recently as executive secretary. You were the most humble person I have ever known, always willing to give your time, to help out, and listen with patience and love. Always curious about life, wanting to know how things worked and felt. That's why you did so well in school attending the U of U, working towards a BA degree in engineering. You were on the Deans list while receiving your Associate Degree at Salt Lake Community College. You were working on your Perpetual Motion Theory stating the day it would help people. But your perpetual love has touched the lvies of many people who love you very much.
I'll miss the nights staying up playing games and laughing. Listening to jokes only you, Ted and Manuel would understand. I'll miss your warmth of love as you are so important to our family unit. I'll never understand why you had to leave us so early, but maybe now, all your questions can be answered. I love you, Marvin, You will be in our hearts forever.
Survived by father, Max T. Hardy; siblings,
Maxine and Ted Martinez; Marilyn, Martin,
Manuel and Marie; grandmother, Mollie Armijo.
Funeral services will be held Wednesday,
12 noon at the West Valley 7th Ward, 2820 West 3590 South. Friends may call Tuesday, 6-8 p.m. at McDougal Golden Rule Funeral Home, 4330 South Redwood Road, and Wednesday at the church one hour prior to services.
Interment, Memorial Estates.
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