Marvin Cogar Obituary, Death – Marvin Wayne Cogar, who resided in Webster Springs, Colorado, and was 64 years old at the time of his death on Saturday, January 14, 2023, passed away at his home. On March 29, 1958, he was born in Buckhannon to his late parents, Ballard Jack and Patricia Ann Cogar. His parents have since passed away. Both of his parents have left this world by this point. Marvin was a devoted Christian who attended services at the Jumbo Community Church.
He was also a member of the church. In the past, he worked as a coal miner; he was a member of the Diana Volunteer Fire Department for more than 40 years and the Sugar Creek Sportsman Association Hunting Club; he adored his cat; he loved to hunt, fish, play cards, and shoot pool with his friends Zack Cogar and Hunter Davis; and he appreciated the opportunity to volunteer his time to assist with the Webster County WoodChopping Festival. He passed away on December 15, 2018. In addition to his biological parents, both of Marvin’s wives, Gladys Cutlip Cogar and Michael and Jeffrey Gum, both of whom were step-sons, passed away before him. Michael and Jeffrey Gum were step-brothers.
Marvin is survived by his brother Stephen Cogar; sisters Jane (Bill) Lengacher and Anita (Denver Stubbs) Hiley; step-son Mark Gum; step-daughter Lisa Clutter; 3 step-grandchildren; 1 step-great-granddaughter; various nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, and cousins; as well as a large number of extended family members and friends who are saddened by his passing. Marvin was born on November On the evening of Tuesday, January 17, 2023, from 6:00 PM until 9:00 PM local time, friends and family of the deceased will have the opportunity to pay their respects at the Dodd & Reed Funeral Home located in Webster Springs. On Wednesday, January 18, 2023, at 1:00 PM, Funeral Services will be held at the Dodd & Reed Funeral Home with Pastor Sam Gray presiding. Marvin will be laid to rest next to his mother and father at the Dave Cogar Sugar Creek Cemetery in Webster Springs. The cemetery is named after Dave Cogar. The Diana Volunteer Fire Department is going to take the helm and lead the funeral procession.