Marvin George Caulk, SSG/Rev
|Also Known As:||"Sarge"|
|Birthplace:||Mount Clemens, Macomb, Michigan, United States|
|Death:||Died in Columbia, Boone, Missouri, United States|
|Cause of death:||Cancer|
|Place of Burial:||Fort Leonard Wood, Pulaski, Missouri, United States|
Son of Harold Floyd Caulk and Freda Marie Caulk
|Occupation:||Retired Army, Locksmith, Reverand|
|Managed by:||Private User|
Historical records matching Marvin Caulk, (C)
About Marvin Caulk, (C)
Marvin George Caulk (1953 – 2013), son of Harold Floyd Caulk and Freda Marie Schwartz, was born 3 January 1953 at Mount Clemens, Macomb County, Michigan; he lost his battle with laryngeal cancer at the age of 60 on 17 July 2013 at Columbia, Boone County, Missouri, and was buried at Missouri Veterans Cemetery, Fort Leonard Wood, Pulaski County, Missouri.
Marvin was named after Marvin Rainwater, the country singer, and his great-grandfather, George Washington Caulk. A proud veteran of the United States Army, Marvin retired after twenty years of active service (1971 – 1991). In 2010 he became a Reverend for the Universal Life Church Monastery.
Marvin married Hannelore Scheu on 27 September 1973 at the Standesamt in Nieder-Olm, Mainz-Bingen, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany.
The wedding party consisted of the bride and groom, best man Kim McCay, the parents of the bride and the bride's sister and two brothers, plus a friend who was acting as a translator. On the way to the wedding the ignition of Marvin's car caught fire forcing all the members of the wedding party to get into the car of Edmund Scheu, Hanne's father. After driving just a few blocks, the car was pulled over by the German Polizei. After a few minutes of debate with the officer, the officer escorted the wedding party so it wouldn't be late.
Marvin and Hannelore had three children:
- Edmund Floyd Caulk
- Laura Sue-Marie Caulk
- Harold Carl Caulk
Continent (Subcontinent) – Population – Percentage – Margin of Error
- Europe (Western European) – French, Orcadian, Spanish – 91.21% – ±9.06%
- Europe – Tuscan, Sardinian – 8.79% – ±9.06%