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Charles H Marr

February 20, 1922 May 31, 2018
Charles H Marr
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Charles Harold Marr, of Sneads, Florida, passed away home, May 31, 2018 .
Harold was survived by one daughter, Janet Marr, of Kentucky, one grandson, Christopher Marr of Sneads, nephew, Peter Marr and two Special Loving friends, Doyle and Sharon Dawson.
Harold was born February 20, 1922 in Providence, Rhode Island to Harold E. Marr and Frances Alice Foos Marr.
Harold graduated from Newton High School in 1940, Newton, Ms. He was a Member Gethsemane – Dempsey Co. Commander #7, Knights Templer, Newtonville, Ms. He attended St. Johnsbury Academy, St. Johnsbury, VT 1040, Graduated Bates College 1942, Mayor Bates College 1942, Marching Band Member at Weekes Jr. High, Newton Center, Ms, Newton High School, Newtonville, Ms. Bates Bobcats, Lewiston, ME, & Wofford College, Spartanburg, SC. He was in US Air Corps, Commander B-17 Bomber 1942-1945, Received a Commercial Pilots License in 1945. Harold was an Aviation Cadet – Wofford college, Spartanburg, SC. In 1943 He was Union representative, Local 13 Of CUTU With 30 years of service from 1946-1976, in New Haven, CT. Past President of Southern New England Federal Credit Union, New Haven, CT. He was Board of Directors at N.E.F.C.U for 21 years. Harold was past President of Three Rivers Square Dance Club, Chattahoochee, FL. He was a life member of Telephone Pioneers of America, Morris F. Tyler, Chapter 9, New Haven, CT. HE WAS A 30 YEARS Member Of National Academy of Sciences – National Research Council, Twin Registry, Indiana University School of Medicine. Harold & his wife moved to Sneads, Florida after retirement in 1976 From Southern New England Communications. He loved his little farm and learned to raise cattle. Harold was preceded in death by his loving wife of 71 years, Dorothy, A Son, Alan, a Great-grandson, Skylar, all of Sneads & A twin Brother, Donald Jarvis of Endwell, New York. No services planned.James & Sikes Funeral Home Sneads Chapel is handling the arrangements.

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