Marvin Albert Hultz of Madison, Missouri | 1934 - 2019 | Obituary

Marvin Albert Hultz
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Marvin Albert Hultz

March 29, 1934 - March 07, 2019

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U.S. Veteran

It is with great remorse we announce the passing of Marvin Albert Hultz, 84 of Madison on March 7th, 2019 at the Boone Hospital in Columbia, MO.


Marvin was also known by Dad, PaPa, Yogi, Haney, and Old Fart; but whatever you called him, we know he will be fondly remembered by us all.


Marvin was born at his family home in Monroe County Missouri on March 29th 1934, and he proudly served our country in the United States Army.
He has been the ultimate example of a tenacious provider through his many career choices. Serving his family faithfully through the years while school bus driving in Paris Missouri, owning a gas station, meat processing for Banquet Foods, delivery driving for Jim Beam, and finally retiring after 25 years in the Maintenance Department at AP Greens. Beside these official positions, he was also a hard as nails farmer, casino enthusiast, hay bailer, cattle raiser, gardener, card player, and mechanic. He was a resourceful, straight shooting, problem solver with a mischievous streak and a crooked grin no one could resist.
He has flung aside this earthly dust, and now will rise to live among his parents Margaret Maud Keith Hultz , and Albert Roy Hultz, and brothers Martin, Joe, and Jim who have paved the way before him.

He is survived by brothers Lloyd, Casey, Vic, his wife Peggy, and children JD (Ivy) Mozingo of Madison, Deb Hultz of Columbia, Mike (Nicole) Mozingo of Poplar Bluff, Sandy Hultz of Columbia, Patty (Butch) Landis of Santa Fe, Cindy Hultz and friend (Tony Ferguson) of Paris, Melinda (Tim) Smith of Macon, Tony Hultz of Kansas City, Kansas, Brian (Angela) Lake Forest California, 11 grandchildren, and umpteen great-grandchildren, who will sorely miss Marvin. However, the companionship, life lessons, practical advice, and countless shared meals have proven to sear Marvin’s love into all who knew him.

Join with us in remembering this great man loving, hard working, and ornery as he was.

Funeral services will be held on Sunday, March 10, 2019 at 5:00 at the Just as I am Cowboy Church 23410 Monroe Rd. 840 Paris, MO with Reverend Steve Miller officiating. Visitation will be from 3 until time of service on Sunday at the Church

Memorials may be made to the Monroe County Cancer Supporters, Just As I Am Cowboy Church, or the Paris Senior Citizens Center.

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