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Marvin E. Deming

, 84, beloved husband of Noma N. Deming of Avon, passed away peacefully surrounded by his loving family on Tuesday, October 9, 2012. The only son of the late Edward Amos and Mary Frazier Deming, he was born in Granby on November 5, 1927. When World War II began, Marvin was in high school and due to shortages of manpower became the school bus driver. He enlisted after graduation and was stationed in Germany during the occupation for two years as a photographer in the US Army. Later he worked at the Aetna Life and Casualty in the Underwriting Department, and after 40 years of service retired as a Manager of Commercial Insurance. He was a devoted family man who cherished his wife, his children and grandchildren. Marvin enjoyed family vacations, skiing, golf, photography and researching his family tree. He was involved with the Avon Little League serving as coach, volunteer and president, and he attended his sons’ and grandsons’ games throughout their baseball careers. Marvin held membership in both the Torrington and Simsbury radio control flying clubs and also received his private pilot’s license. He took off from Johnnycake and Simsbury airports to "go punch some holes in the sky." He was a trustee with the Sperry Park Land Trust and a member of the American Legion. Marvin and Noma were members of the West Avon Congregational Church where Marvin served in many capacities; and they also attended the Canton Center Congregational Church. With the dawn of <b>…</b>