Marvin James Pohl, age 93, Duluth, died March 29, 2014 at Essentia Health. He was born in Glidden, WI, on December 10, 1920, to John and Cathryn Pohl. He was a graduate of Glidden High School and moved to Duluth in 1942. Marvin had sailed on the Great Lakes, worked for the Riverside Shipyards, Western Electric, the US Steel Plant, National Iron, Interlake Iron and retired from Clyde Iron Works in 1986. He coached the Irving Youth Club Baseball Team to the City Championship in 1961 and was instrumental in the organization of the league and construction of the West Duluth Little League Field. He was a member of St. Lawrence Catholic Church, Isaac Walton League and USWA Local 1424 Steelworkers. Marvin was preceded in death by his parents, first wife Barbara, his second wife Lucille, brothers Gordon, Grant and John, and sister Dulcie. He is survived by his wife Nancy Frink, his children Nancy(Clinton)Erckenbrack, Longview, WA, James M.(Lynn)Pohl, Susan(Robert)MacDonald, step-children Timothy(Julie)Frink, Thomas(Leslie)Frink and David(Carol)Frink, all of Duluth. Grandpa was very active in lives of his Duluth grandchildren, Timothy, Patrick, Steven, William and Amanda, and survived by grandchildren Barbara, Roberta, Nanette, Corinna, Janiece, and Robert; step-grandchildren Sean, Melanie, Amber, Matthew, Corey, Kyle, Sarah and Anna and numerous great-grandchildren and great-great grandchildren. Visitation 10AM until the 11AM Mass Of Christian Burial Thursday at St. Lawrence Catholic Church, 2410 Morris Thomas Road, Duluth. Inurnment Oneota Cemetery. Memorials preferred. Arrangements by Williams-Lobermeier-Boettcher Funeral Home.