A LIFE REMEMBERED Marvin was born in Smithville, TX (Bastrop County), to Mr. Marvin E. Jarmon and Pearl Lee Deary Jarmon. As a young lad, the family moved to Austin, TX. Marvin was the oldest of 4 children. Marvin was educated in the Austin Public School system, and graduated fr om A.N.McCallum High School. As a high school student he excelled in athletics, and was interested in fashion. That interest led him to work for Mr. Dukes, the owner of soul boutique. Aft er completing his education, he moved to Compton, California. There he worked, lived, and raised a family. Marvin attended trade school, and became an entrepreneur. He owned & operated Jarmon’s Jewelry, fr om 1990-2005. Marvin was also employed by Boeing Airline, for many years. Marvin was a believer in the almighty God. He was very active in church all of his adult life. As a youngster Marvin was affi liated with Ulit Avenue Baptist Church, under Rev. O.S. Davis. In California, he worshipped at Holy Trinity Baptist Church, Compton, CA, where the pastor was Rev. Jasper Lee Tucker. He also served under Apostle Frederick K.C. Price, of the Crenshaw Christian Center. Before Marvin left California he worked with a street ministry, under the guidance of Julio Vescovi. Marvin returned to Austin in 2013, and married Jocelyn Marie Brown on June 14, 2014. Together they worshipped at Rosewood Avenue Baptist Church, where Rev. Coby Shorter III is pastor. He later was affi liated with Diakonos Ministries, under Rev. A.J. Quinton. On the early morning of August 16, 2021, while peacefully asleep, Marvin returned home to his Lord and Savior. Marvin & Jocelyn were en route to California, to visit his sons, and grandchildren. Marvin was preceded in death by his parents, grandparents Charles & Jessie Mae Deary, and 3 uncles & 3 aunts. Marvin leaves to cherish his memories with his wife Jocelyn M. Jarmon, his sons Marvin Earl Jarmon III, and Breland L. Jarmon; grandchildren Michelangelo E. Jarmon & Nia Hernandez, of California. Stepdaughter Jennifer Marie, and Stepsons David, Clarence, Tarence, Jonathon, and Mark Jr, of Austin. Marvin had 9 step grandchildren. He has 2 surviving brothers, Christopher Jarmon of California, and Bobby Jarmon of Houston, TX. He has one surviving sister, Linda Jarmon, of California. A special niece-daughter Pearlee Jarmon, and two nephews Lee & Floyd Jarmon
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