Marvin W. Peszynski | Morris Nilsen Funeral Chapel

August 29, 1921 - September 30, 2019


Marvin W. Peszynski age 98 of Richfield,MN. Naval Veteran of WWII. Member of the Greatest Generation. Preceded in death by wife of 57 years, Jeanette. Survived by children Cynthia Peszynski, Janice (Pete) Pederson, Kenneth Peszynski, Veronica (Dean) Nelson; grandchildren Derrick Herling, Amy (Matt) Biermaier, Matthew (Stacy) Cutinella, Lindsay (Scott) Zirbes; great grandchildren Tanner, Travis (Camille), Tyler, Skylar, Mason, Riley, James and Sonya.

Memorials to Walker Methodist Hospice.



4 Comments

  1. Kelly Eckerman says:

    I loved Marvin. I love your family. You are all in my thoughts and prayers. He sure lived a wonderful, full-filled life. He will be greatly missed. Hugs to all. Cherish the memories and years you shared with him. Thank you for your service and God Bless you, Grandpa Marvin.

  2. Cindy &Dwight says:

    We were blessed to have known him, our thoughts and prayers are with your family

  3. Amy Biermaier says:

    Yes, my heart is saddened by the loss of my Papa Marvin. He was the one of the GREATEST GUYS that one could ever meet and we’re all better people because of him~ I couldn’t be more proud to have called him “My Pops”. He was so Thankful for EVERYTHING- the food he ate, the drinks he drank, the stars, the moon, the Twins and the Vikes- and according to him “Everyting is Loverly”… The Happiness he brought to others, can never be measured. That’s how I can stand here today and be Forever Grateful to have had him as a Grandfather for all of my 48 years of life. We are a Blessed Family, filled with a ton of Love and Laughter and we will continue to do just that….

    God Bless and Much Love to all~
    Marvin’s Granddaughter

  4. Andy Medzis Jeannie Medzis says:

    A Wonderful neighbor who ALWAYS waived and said Hi to our kids as they played in the circle out in front of their home. He and Jeanette were some of the first to walk out and greet us after we moved in.
    In the early years, our kids often noticed when Marv was backing the boat down the driveway to go fishing. They would say “He’s lucky to get to go fishing.”
    I would say he was also lucky and fortunate to have family that stayed close to him, and family who gave so much time to be companions and care-givers to him for many years.
    Our thoughts are with all of you and I will always be grateful to have the memory of a neighbor who always smiled and waved Hello!
    Bless you and Rest In Peace Marv.

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