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Condolences for Marvin A. "Marv" Iverson

we are so sorry in the passing of Marv. He was a very kind caring man. He also made the best brandy old fashion sweet. It takes a big heart and patience to be a social worker and that is what describes our friend Marv Love to the family
From richard and valerie

I am so sad to hear of Marc’s passing I worked with Marv at La Crosse County for about 17 years .Marv was funny and kind . He was a negotiator and always seemed to find the win- win in any work situation . He never let his title go to his head .I m not sure Marv ever had anyone who didn’t like him or respect him I have fond memories of many great LA Crosse County gatherings togethers with Marv and the County Family and Children's Departments . My deepest sympathy to all Marc’s family at this difficult time . Teri Geier
From Teri Geier

So sorry to hear of Marv's passing He was a great and compassionate person I always enjoyed working with Narv. He will be missed
From Michael Mchugh

Wish to express my sincere sympathy to family and friends.
From Robert Fortney

There are no words. I am truly sorry. How we loved them both. Many many great memories our family has. Please let us know if you are going to have a celebration of their lives. We would come. Love you all !!!
From Rita Blenker

My deepest condolences to Marv and Kathleen’s family. I was heartbroken hearing the news. I lived next to them at 418 Garland and he would play ball with me in our yard all the time when I was a young girl. I loved bumping into them at Westview and reminiscing. I will miss them always. ❤️
From Emily Willinger

I worked with Marv at La Crosse County for many years. He was my co-worker for a number of years and then my supervisor for a few years. Marv was a kind, compassionate, commonsense man, who was steady as a rock. He was a good listener and truly demonstrated servant leadership in his social work career. And he knew how to have fun too. I feel very fortunate to have known Marv. We will truly miss him. My condolences to his family. I know he valued family above all. Rest in Peace, Marv.
From Sharon Krumenauer

I don’t know what to say except what a great man Marv was. He was instrumental and responsible for saving my family. I’ve seen him several times over the years after that, And we always had a lot to say to each other. My thoughts and prayers are with you and yours…
From Jane Hodge

Marv was a classmate of my mother Barbara Stafslien Zitzner in the Viroqua class of 1960. He always asked about her when we saw him at church or Westview. He sent us a lovely card after she died September 21. A dear, kind man. Our sympathies. Eric and Lynette Ender
From Lynette Ender

I am so sorry to hear of your dad’s passing. He was truly an amazing man. I enjoyed talking with him each time I saw him. Take comfort in the memories.
From Kristine Meyer