Date Created: 08/17/2016
Last Updated: 08/25/2016

In loving memory of Marv Biros
3/16/1930 - 8/16/2016

Location: SeaTac, Washington

Visits: 13,301

This memorial was created in honor of Marvin "Marv" Joseph Biros of SeaTac, Washington. Marvin was born on March 16, 1930 in Minneapolis and passed on August 16, 2016. Marvin was loved by many and will be dearly missed by all friends and family.

 
 
 
 

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From: Punky Aguilar Saturday, September 03, 2016
Our Mom Marie (Girlie) was Sister to Marvin's father Martin Biros. When Marvin came to visit we would try to get together. One year we had a Family Reunion at Lake Independence and saw many families. Donald Wozniak was the oldest of the 156 living Biros's.



From: Nancy Barlow Monday, August 29, 2016
Dad always liked to go Pan fishing with Terry and I when he came to visit. Many times we also took him to visit his fishing buddy Oris Ellingson in Brooten MN and then on to Bolis MN to visit the Biros graves. Sometimes we would meet up with Cousins Nick and Punky Aguilar to catch up on family reunion business. We always enjoyed doing this. Another time Dad and Brother Bill brought us a Maple Tree from Bill's land and planted it in our front yard. I think his Landscape skills rubbed off on many of us. Sometimes Dad would bring "tools" to do some fix-ups at one or another of our homes. We probably saw him the most when he visited the Twin Cities. His last visit we took a family picture with several generations and I hope to figure out how to add it to this Memorial... (More later)



From: Janice Denk Saturday, August 27, 2016
In my DJ days, there was a gig at SeaTac Mall and my folks came. It was a 50's theme sock hop called "Bop till you Drop". I remember dancing with Dad to the extended dance version of Billy Idol's Mony Mony. Later, he and Mom entered the Dance Contest...AND WON! They were always the first couple on the floor and the last one off.



From: Nick Denk Friday, August 26, 2016
As a kid my grandpa would would teach me how to play blackjack while betting M&M's instead of chips. Somehow even though I lost most every game I always ended up with all the M&M's.

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