The family of Marvin Auseth, age 71, of Success are saddened to announce his passing on Tuesday, March 15, 2022 at they Cypress Regional Hospital, Swift Current, SK.
The Celebration of Life for Marvin Auseth will take place on Monday, March 21, 2022 at 11:00 am from the Community Hall in Success, SK. The service was recorded and can be viewed here.
The Private Family Interment Service for Mr. Marvin Auseth will take place at a later date.
In memory of Marvin Auseth and for those wishing, donations made to Pancreatic Cancer Canada would be appreciated by the family. There is a page set up for Marvin, click here to view.
Marvin Auseth, age 71, passed away Tuesday, March 15, 2022 at the Cypress Regional Hospital, Swift Current, SK.
Marvin was predeceased by his father, Ole Auseth, and his, mother, Laura Auseth.
Marvin leaves behind his wife, Dale (nee Line) Auseth; his daughter, Chelsey (Kelly) Krause and their children, Paige and Kyle; his daughter, Shyla (Randy) Bye and their children, Cori and Bailey; his daughter, Brandy Auseth (Adrien Gauthier) and their children, Cody and Brielle; and his son, Dustin (Tana) Auseth and their children, Chase and Colt.
Marvin Auseth was born on June 9, 1950 in Swift Current, SK and raised in the village of Success, SK. He later went on to farm on his dad’s farm west of Cantuar, SK.
He married the love of his life, Dale, in April of 1977 and together, they raised four children — Chelsey, Shyla, Brandy and Dustin. They made their home in the village of Success, where he worked for various farmers, drove school bus, ran a carpentry business and Starvin’ Marvin's store and post office, as well as being mayor of the village for a period of time.
In 1991, the family moved to Irvine Nelson's farm east of Success where he raised sheep, pigs, and cattle and grew cereal crops. During this time, he also started Starvin’ Marvin’s Custom Fencing and built approximately 600 miles of barbed fence around the southwest corner of Saskatchewan. As well as his farming commitments, he was a proud member of the R.M. of Saskatchewan Landing Council and the volunteer fire department.
Marvin was known for his great sense of humor and his ability to make friends with anyone, he loved to visit with people. The coffee pot was always on and everyone was always welcome. Marvin's family was very important to him and he is survived by a large extended, close knit family who will miss him greatly.
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