In Memory

Marvin Myrick

Marvin Myrick

Marvin Ivan Myrick
May 24, 1944-January 25, 2015

Marvin Ivan Myrick on January 25, 2015, Yahweh willing was reunited with his son and daughter. He was a trooper battling cancer. He will be missed by his daughter, family and friends. He was born to Marcus Lee and Norma Louise Myrick on May 24, 1944. 

He was a great outdoorsman; but spent his retirement up in the mountains doing what he loved the most camping, fishing and hunting and shooting his guns. He loved spending time with his family. He spent his life driving those big trucks. Loved to sit up there like he was the king of the world. He enjoyed driving the fun buses to Wendover and spent his luck playing the penny machines. He coached little league with my little brother Wayne. Those were the days. I have a lot of memories of my dad and him playing baseball. He was the best to let his baby girl play hard ball with the boys. He was truly the best Dad. He loved his grandkids and loved to take them all fishing. He was truly proud grandfather when his little Casey Wayne Myrick was born. Leaving his name to be carried on in this world. 

He leaves behind his daughter Shelly Ann Myrick (Jerry) Gray He was the best father and friend any girl could ask for as a role model. I Love You Dad. I will miss you until we meet again.

He is survived by his daughter Shelly (Jerry) Gray. Siblings: Danny (Anita) Myrick, Jimmy (Peggy) Myrick, Normalee (Delief) Scheering, MaryEllen (Gerry) Whitaker, Lucille Coleman. Numerous grandchildren and great-grandchildren. He is proceeded in death by both his parents, his (son) Wayne Marvin Myrick, (daughter) Wendy Jean Myrick Massey, (brother) Leonard Myrick. 

Celebration of his Life will be held at Broomhead Funeral Home 12590 South 2200 West Riverton, Utah on February 2, 2015 from 3:00-5:00 p.m. Graveside services will be Tuesday, February 3, 2015 at 11 a.m. at Sandy Cemetery 9000 South 700 East Sandy, Utah. He will be laid to rest near his children. 

In lieu of flowers donations for his services to Broomhead Funeral Home would be greatly appreciated.

A Thank You to Good Shepard Hospice for taking great care of my dad.