Marlin L. Kellog

Born: Sun., Aug. 13, 1950
Died: Mon., Nov. 11, 2019

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Marlin L. 'Mo' Kellogg, beloved father and papa (VET)

SHINGLEHOUSE, Pa. — Marlin L. “Mo” Kellogg, 69, formerly of Taylor Brook, passed away Monday (Nov. 11, 2019) at the Sweden Valley Manor in Coudersport, following a lengthy illness.

Born Aug. 13, 1950, in Olean, N.Y., he was a son of Robert Earl and Marie Lou Wilson Kellogg.
He was a 1969 graduate of Shinglehouse High School and later attended Olean Business Institute and Jamestown Community College, and had also taken other correspondence courses.

Mo had proudly served with the U.S. Marine Corps during the Vietnam War. He had been employed by the Alstom Preheater in Wellsville, N.Y., as a welder and fabricator prior to his retirement due to poor health.

He was a member of the Shinglehouse American legion Post 530, the American Welding Society, the Osweyo Valley Rod and Gun Club and PA Cleanways.

Mo loved being outdoors and especially trapping, hunting, fishing and gardening, but mostly his enjoyment was spending time with and teaching his grandchildren.

Surviving are one son, Vincent (Kendra) Kellogg of Portville, N.Y.; a daughter, Sadie (Brendon) Enty of Shinglehouse; and five grandchildren, Liberty, Layken and Landon Enty and Kenyan and Sawyer Kellogg.

He was preceded in death by a daughter, Bobbie Jolene Kellogg in 2009; a grandson, Wyatt Enty in 2002; and a sister, Diane Frost in 2016.

A private celebration of life will be held at the convenience of the family.
The family requests that memorials be made to the charity of the donor’s choice.
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Debi Shepard
   Posted Wed November 13, 2019
So sorry to hear of Mo’s passing, I had visited him quite frequently when he was at both Lakeview & Sweden Valley Manor. I hadn’t seen Mo in yrs to my surprise he remembered me, we had great visits, we also talked about the Lord & I took him a bible to read or have someone read it to him, at times it was hard for him to read. I know he’s in heaven, Mo had accepted Jesus. My prayers go out to his family & Friends. God will walk with you’s through this heartbreaking time. God bless you all, Debi Shepard

   Posted Thu November 14, 2019
Godspeed Mo.
We had good times in HS in the band. It always bring back good memories.