Marvin Presser

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Marvin Presser

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Marvin Presser
Marvin Presser

Marvin Presser was born in Fort Peck, Montana to Frank and Esther on April 19th, 1939 and passed away peacefully, surrounded by his family in Billings, Montana on December 18th, 2015 from complications of a stroke after hip surgery.

Marvin was a wonderful husband, father, grandfather and friend. He loved animals and some of his favorite moments were spent surrounded by his dogs in the garage at the Fort Peck cabin. He passed on his love for animals to many of his children and grandchildren.

He had many talents, including writing, carpentry, storytelling, and handling the Eggebrecht girls. He had a passion for history and published a book on the history of Wolf Point and the surrounding area. He was currently working on a second book about early Wolf Point basketball.

He had an amazing sense of civic pride and was involved in many successful businesses and organizations including High Plains Motors (GM dealership), Western Bank and KVCK radio station. He tirelessly promoted the place he called home through organizations such as Lions Club, Elks Club, W.P. Chamber of Commerce, the City of Wolf Point and contributed his time and talents to numerous other organizations and projects.

Marvin married Kay Eggebrecht on July 8th, 1957 in Wolf Point. He is survived by Kay and his brother Butch, his animals Dakota, Molly, Benji, Max, Brandy, Shorty and a couple of kids and several grandchildren.

Marvin was preceded in death by his sisters Cheryl and Joyce; brothers Franklin and Lyle; his parents Frank and Esther; pets shorty, Fritz, Wolfgang, Emma Kay, Emmy Lou, Billy Bob, Maggie, Barney, Bozo, and numerous puddy cats.

In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation in honor of Marvin to the W.P. gym floor replacement project (payable to WPHS) or the W.P. Pound Puppies. Please send both to High Plains Motors, 331 Front Street, Wolf Point, MT 59201. At his request no services will be held. Cremation has taken place.

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  1. How sad! My thoughts and prayers go out to all of you in Marvin’s family. What a nice man Wolf Point has lost with his passing. It was always a pleasure to bump into Marvin while in Wolf Point or at the golf course as he was so upbeat about everything. May he rest in peace.

  2. Kay, Mari & Jerry, Jeff, and all of the members of your great family,

    We are so sorry to hear your sad news. This is such a great loss, not only to you, but also your whole community. He was a wonderful man and will be greatly missed by all of us. We will have you all in our thoughts and prayers.

    – Mark and Dana West

  3. Sorry to hear the sad news about Marvin! I just spoke to him a few weeks ago about his new book! He was always the most interesting person to talk to! I know that his family, the Wolf Point Community, and anyone who ever had the pleasure of knowing him…..will definitely miss him. My most sincere condolences to Marvin’s family!!

  4. Kay I am so sorry for your loss Marvin was a wonderful man. I enjoyed sitting down with you and Marvin at the Sherman when you two would come in for breakfast and it seemed no matter how hungry you both were you always saved some for the animals at home. My prayers are with you Mari and Jeff. RIP Marvin

  5. My sincere sympathies for your loss. Marvin was a pillar of the community and I will miss his smile, his wave and his truck with pooches looking out the windows. Praying that in time your sorrow will be replaced with wonderful memories.

  6. Laurie Stolen Suppes

    My deepest sympathies for your loss. It is difficult at any time of year; however, in late December is more emotional (as I have been through it). Remember all of the things Marvin loved and keep them close you your hear as you heal. Marvin was a huge contributor to the Wolf Point Community and his absence will be noted many times while those around him begin to cope.

    “Though gone from our sight, Loved ones are never gone from our Hearts!”

  7. Bill and Kris Sampson

    Kay and family. Bill and I are so sorry to hear of Marvin’s passing. He was always such a kind generous man to us while we lived in Wolf Point those 30 years. Our thoughts and prayers to you all.

  8. Marvin was a true credit to his family and community. He always had a positive outlook, especially when it came to Wolf Point. He will be missed! I will miss visiting with him at “grizz” football games.

  9. Marvin is my second cousin. We saw each other as youngsters, but never had the chance to get to know each other. I have his book and we communicated by email several times.

    Please accept my condolences. I am sorry we didn’t have a closer relationship.

  10. Alice Christensen

    Our thoughts and prayers go out to Kay,Jeff & Mari and families .Sorry for your loss Marv was a wonderful person and he had a smile that lit up a room.He will be missed by many.Always remember he will live on in each one of you.He is gone but never forgotten.

  11. Not only has the community of Wolf Point lost a notable and accomplished civic-minded and Christian gentleman, I have lost a true friend and mentor. When I first started working at Western Bank of Wolf Point in 1975, Marvin was there to guide and counsel me on how best to be of service to our customers as a community banker. He was accomplished in so many disciplines that one who knew him could reasonably call him a 20th Century Renaissance Man. I appreciated his wisdom, penchant for hard work and unselfish dedication to the promotion and well-being of Wolf Point. Kay, Jeff, Mari and family, thank you for sharing your Marvin with the rest of us. Know that our thoughts and prayers are with you and surely, your many fond memories of Marvin will be a comfort to you at this difficult time.

  12. Sorry for your loss. You’re all in my thoughts and prayers. Marvin was a great guy who’s smile could warm anybodys heart he will be missed.

    Fort Peck Marina

  13. this is such a shock. I just seen him at elks a couple of weeks ago. he was such a great person. he will be greatly missed.
    kay and family you are all in my prayers and know that you
    have another angel watching over you all and the dogs.

  14. Jeff, it was great seeing you after all these years a few months ago and reminicising of some of our high school antics. It was also good to catch up on your family. Talking with you then, I could sense your strong bond with your Dad. He was one of the kindest, funniest, hardest working, men I knew. I always enjoyed chatting with him. Remember all the good times you had with him…and know that my prays are with you, your mom, Mari, and your extended families during this time

  15. Joyce Jackley Baer

    My sincere condolences to the Presser families. Last week I had Marv on my mind and thinking that I should try to contact him to see if I could still buy one of his books on Wolf Point history. Kay I remember when you graduated from high school and gave my mother, Edna, your Senior picture. May you be comforted and and have the peace that God gives. In my prayers.

  16. Chuck and Mary Martin

    Kay, Jeff, Mari and families, We are sorry to hear of Marvin’s passing. He will be greatly missed in our community. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you.

  17. Dear sweet Kay and family I am so sorry for your loss I thought the world of Mav he will be missed by so many of us God be with you all you are in our prayers I wish we were there to be with you all words are hard to find during this time Lenny and Janice

  18. John & Lorna Jackson

    We send our sympathies with thoughts & prayers, Marvin was a man dedicated to the lives of his family, friends and community. He will be missed by all.

  19. Linda and Steve Nygaard

    We are so sorry that Marvin was taken so suddenly. Such a nice man with so much heart. His legacy will live on. Thought and prayers for family and pets. He will be missed.

  20. Dear JEsus MAster of Love and Light Ease our Sorrows that we may feel JOY as Marvins SPIRT Takes FLIGHT. Especially remembering your loved ones this holy season. JoAnn Storm

  21. Marv was a great dealer and a great friend over the years. He represented the dealers in Northeast Montana very well …on behalf of the Montana Auto Dealers our sincerest condolences to The Presser family. God bless you all …Marv will be greatly missed. Don “K”.. Don “K” Chevrolet-Subaru-Chrysler Whitefish….

  22. Thoughts and prayers to the Presser family and everyone up in Wolf Point and High Plains Motors! Marvin was one of my favorite people to visit with while on my rounds to the dealerships on the hi-line.

  23. Mary Jean Lowry Bivins

    To Marv’s family, I’ve come to know Marv through his great interest in the history of Wolf Point, and I appreciate his willingness to share that knowledge with us all. There were many things I didn’t know about my father, Bob Lowry, that Marv revealed to me! During his writing process, he and I shared email and txt conversations about Wolf Point basketball history as he picked my brain for any and all info I had of my father’s early career. We will miss Marv, but I rest assured that he’s today spending it happily with Dad and others, learning about everything relating to Wolf Point basketball! We are blessed to have had Marv in our lives.

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