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“I just found out. We were close in high school. I'm so sorry for your loss. Brandon I would love to hear from you just to give my condolences in...Read More »
1 of 17 | Posted by: Lisa Rains ( Hale ) - Ottoville, OH

“You are missed and loved greatly. Never will I forget the good times we had. R.I.P. my dear friend. ”
2 of 17 | Posted by: Dennis Dirmeyer Jr. - Harrod, OH

“To a good friend who i will miss dearly i love you Marlon rest in peace ”
3 of 17 | Posted by: Kimberly Bradley - Lima, OH

“Marlon was a really great person. He wore his heart on his sleeve and would help anyone out when they needed him. I'm very sorry to see him gone. God...Read More »
4 of 17 | Posted by: Kelly Longstreth - Lakeview, OH

“We were so saddened to learn of Marlon's passing. He did some work for us last fall and said he remembered us taking him up to 4-H camp one year. We...Read More »
5 of 17 | Posted by: Bob and Dianne Motter - Harrod, OH

“I remember Marlon when he was a little boy,big smiling eyes and so cute and fun! Much love and prayers to all of you at this time, especially my...Read More »
6 of 17 | Posted by: Barb (Billings) Preston - Alger, OH

“I was so sorry to hear of Marlon's passing. I think the last time I saw him was when he was in the eighth grade. I didn't know him very well...Read More »
7 of 17 | Posted by: Dale Steinmetz - Wapakoneta, OH

“he was one of the best employees i ever had.he worked at perry auto inc for eleven years.he was a hard worker and loyal.Icould always depend on...Read More »
8 of 17 | Posted by: kim conaway - cridersville, OH

“Marlon was a sweet guy. He would help anyone in need. So sorry for your loss. ”
9 of 17 | Posted by: Larry and Diana Dray - Harrod, OH

“Rest in peace ”
10 of 17 | Posted by: Laura mckinney - Lima, OH


11 of 17 | Posted by: Darla - Harrod, OH

“Marlon was a good friend to me for a long time. He lived with us in the Engle family home in Lafayette, Ohio for over a year. My family and...Read More »
12 of 17 | Posted by: Jennifer Engle - Lima, OH

“Sorry to here, a shame we never knew each other. Thoughts and prayers. Sandy Ford ”
13 of 17 | Posted by: A friend

“I went to school with Marlon. I remember him as a quiet, friendly, easy going guy. Gone to soon. Rest in peace Marlon. ”
14 of 17 | Posted by: Ruth Fought - Lima, OH

“Marlon was so quiet and easy going in school. I will always remember Marlon by his smile. Rest peacefully my friend. ”
15 of 17 | Posted by: Darla Roberts - Harrod, OH

“Godspeed Marlon. Will always remember the times in school and during football. ”
16 of 17 | Posted by: Pete Haver - Harrod, OH

“I went to school with Marlon and its true, he was a kind quiet person. I remember him as being kind to others and had a caring spirit. He will be...Read More »
17 of 17 | Posted by: Harold Dorsett - Lima, OH


Marlon C. Ford of Uniopolis passed away Sunday, March 26, 2017. He was born on November 8, 1967 to Robert G. and Janice L. Ford who preceded him in death.

Marlon was employed by RRR Tire Service in Wapakoneta. Marlon was a graduate of Allen East High School where he enjoyed learning about history and playing football. Marlon also enjoyed searching for Indian artifacts and doing mechanical work. Marlon was a lifelong animal lover; he will now join beloved dog Rex, who he had taken care of for several years.

Marlon is survived by his sisters, Gloria Friemoth of Wapakoneta, Jill Bayne of Uniopolis, brothers, Mike Ford of Lima, Kevin Ford of Harrod and Brandon (Cindy) Ford of Wapakoneta. Also surviving are aunts, uncles, cousins, nephews, a great nephew, and a great niece. Paternal and maternal grandparents preceded him in death.

Marlon was a good person with a kind soul and a generous spirit; he will be greatly missed by his family and friends. May he rest in peace and soar with the angels in heaven.

In lieu of visitation the family asks those who knew Marlon to comment and sign the guest book in memory of him.