Marvin Paul Harm was born in Phelps County, Nebraska on November 17th, 1932. He passed away on the night of February 3rd, 2015 in the company of his loving wife, Jewel, whom he met while a cadet in San Benito, Texas in 1954. In between these years, he lived a rich, full life. He served our nation in the USAF 59th Weather Reconnaissance Squadron as a young man, before following his passion for reading and knowledge by earning his undergraduate degree at Sacramento State University and his masters at Florida State University. He then served as the first Director of Library Services at Albany Junior College in Albany, Georgia before serving as Professor (Adjunct) of Library Science at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia. He retired from professional life after concluding his career at Pan American University in Brownsville, Texas where he served as Director of Library Services. Upon retirement, he was called to serve as Pastor in Raymondville, Texas for a time. His life was not all work. He built a loving family, and is survived by his wife, Jewel, three daughters, a son, six grandchildren, and two great grandchildren scattered across the continental United States and Mexico. He was a learned man, a good man, and a spiritual man. He will be missed. Graveside services will be held at 1 p.m. on Wednesday, February 11, at Mountain View Cemetery in Pueblo, Colorado. In lieu of flowers and other tribute, take a moment to reflect upon the good in your life and cherish those you love. He would want it that way.