Marvon Karl Green went home to Glory to be with his Lord and Savior Jesus Christ Saturday, Nov. 17, 2007, after fighting a courageous battle with lung cancer. He was born in Pueblo, July 19, 1952, to Jack and Jane (Lilly) and lived here most of his life. Marvon graduated from Central High School in 1970. He proudly served in the United States Army from 1971-1980. He and Becky were married April 23, 1987, and had been best friends forever, having dated in junior high. He earned an Associates Degree from Regis University in Denver. He was a member of Pueblo Masonic Lodge #17 and Past Master of Vulcan Lodge #104. He was Past Associate Guardian of Job's Daughters Bethel #3. He was a member of Southern Colorado Consistory, Al Kaly Shrine and the Kaly Klowns, known as Bucky T. Klown. At different times, he sang with the Lake Avenue Baptist Choir, 20th Century Singers and Pueblo Barbershop Quartets. Marvon was an active member of First Southern Baptist Church, served as a Trustee and sang bass in the Celebration Choir. His true love was music and he loved to praise the Lord in song. He enjoyed woodworking, Grandpa Green's Woodshop was a fun place to go. He was currently employed by Rocky Mountain Steel Mills as an electrician at the caster. He leaves to cherish his memory, his wife, Rebecca Stewart Green and his mother, Jane (Al) Huber. His children are M. Chad (Bethany) Green of Alamosa, Robin (Terrell) Dye and Deborah (William) McIntire of Pueblo. His grandchildren, whom he loved dearly, are Janae Valenta, Hannah Dye, William, Patrick and Michael McIntire. His sister is Judy (Dennis) Diaz and he also leaves several step-sibling, sisters- and brothers-in-law and nieces and nephews. His Church family from First Southern Baptist Church has also been very dear to his heart. He was predeceased by his father, Jack Green; his sister, Nancy Huber; his daughter, Terryl Dawn Green and so many other friends and loved ones with whom he has now been reunited on Heaven's golden shores. Oh, what a glad reunion that must be! If you wish, memorials may be sent to First Southern Baptist Church, 301 Cleveland, Pueblo, or Gideon's International through the church office. This is a way for Marvon to continue to help spread the good news of God's love for us. Please take this message to heart. If you smoke, quit. Now! If you don't smoke, don't start! Please don't put yourself and your loved ones in danger of dealing with the pain of lung cancer. 'God doesn't do unhappy endings. If it's not happy, it's not the end.' Marvon Green Viewing, from 2 to 5 p.m. Wednesday at the funeral home. Funeral service, 10 a.m. Friday, Nov. 23, 2007, at First Southern Baptist Church with Pastor Scott Carlson officiating. Military honors by Pueblo Veterans' Ritual Team and interment will follow at Mountain View Cemetery. Online condolences,

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  1. Our sincerest sympathy to all family members. We are especially thinking of Jane & Judy, and will hold you all in our hearts.

  2. Becky, words can not express the sorrow we feel but our sadness is nothing to compare to yours and your family. I know that the loss of your sole mate is indiscribable. But Marvon has only left this place he is still going to be watching over each and every one of you for eternity. Please when things settle down for you call. Butch and I are unable to there with you today but our thoughts prayers and support are.
    If there is anything I can do please let me know. Please give all the little ones hugs for us and keep then close.
    Butch & Cindy Mead

  3. It is with peace we know that Marvon is in the best place ever. No pain or sorrow. Yet it is we behind who’s heart is broken and missing him. His notes will ever play on our hearts and his humor in our minds. Marvon will not be forgotten. Becky, although physically we are not there, we are but a phone call away. I love you, sis!

  4. I will miss Uncle Marvon so much. I will miss his smile and all the fun that we had when we were together. I will remember all the times when he made me laugh and smile when I think of him. I wish we had that chance to do the project together this summer. I will miss him and love him.
    Love, Tara

  5. Uncle Marvon made the best puzzles and tops. I will miss him very much, but I’m glad he’s singing and clowning again. I’m happy he’s with Jesus and has no more pain. Love Faith

  6. Dear Becky and Family, I am so sorry for your loss. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

    Karen Williams

  7. Dear Jane and family,
    We wish to extend our condolences on your loss, but we can be assured that Karl is happily in the company of Jesus now. Life on earth is very fleeting, but we know there is another life to those of us who believe God’s promises. We rest on 1Cor. 10:13 to help us through these times.
    Sally and Lloyd

  8. I will miss it when we come down to Colorado and there is not a new toy to check out. Keep singing for I can hear you. I will miss you and I love you.


  10. I will always love and miss my dear brother. May you spread your joy and freindship to all up in Heaven and keep singing the praises for our Lord and Savior. All my love to my dear sister Becky and the rest of the family. My God always watch over each one of you with his loving kindness.

  11. Becky I am so sorry to hear about the loss of your wonderful husband as I know it is hard to loose the love of your life and your best friend as I have gone through that also and it is very tough. There are no words that will help you get through it just time and prayers and the love of the family. Please know that my thoughts and prayers are with you during this very tough time and I pray that the LORD will comfort and guide you through this. I will call you later on when things calm down some and we can sit and have coffee and visit for awhile. Please know I am thinking of you and your family as I know that Marvon was a very special man and he will be sadly missed but HEAVEN has just gained another angel. Love, Sharon and Bruce (Green)

  12. Becky and family, our most sincere sympathy for your loss. Marvon was a great man and he will be missed. You and your family will be in our prayers.

  13. Ms. Becky, Jane and Judy, Your old neighbor from Central High School Days here. I was sadden to learn of Karls passing. I shall forever carry his love of fishing and our trips to the hills. He was a loving man and I will miss him. Blessing to you all. Mel

  14. Marvon, Becky, and I spent a number of afternoons together at the southwest grill remembering the bell games and which team had it. Unfortunitly, we will not be able to celebrate his teams victory. But I am sure Becky and I will continue this tradition. I will miss his laughter and his beautiful singing voice.

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