(Left-to-right, above:  Eunice and Nathaniel Marmon; Loren Marmon)
Kent Marmon is a Native Caldwellite 

   Kent Marmon is no stranger to Caldwellites.  He is part of the second generation of Marmons born and raised in Caldwell.  His grandfather, Nathaniel, homesteaded just outside Caldwell in the Pleasant Ridge area in 1905, later moving into Cadwell after retirement.  Kent's grandmother's family (the Darlings) arrived by wagon as early pioneers to the area, and his great grandfather was involved in the creation of the Deer Flat Free Methodist Church and was its first pastor, over 100 years ago.
   Kent's father, Loren, was born in Caldwell, and graduated from both Caldwell High School and the College of Idaho.

    All three of Kent and Sylvia Marmon's children were born in Caldwell, and now, two of their kids and their children live in Caldwell; and one, along with her family, reside in nearby Nampa.

    Together, that's six generations of the Marmon family who have made Caldwell their home.

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Kent A. Marmon  |  1924 Fillmore Street  |  Caldwell, Idaho 83605
208 | 841 | 3850

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"Caldwell is, has, and will always be my home.  I can think of no better place to live or to raise a family.  Let me help make it even better for our future generations!"

Kent Marmon isn't just a "resident" of Caldwell --
Kent has ALWAYS been an "Active Participant"

    Kent Marmon has been deeply involved in community service all his life.

    At 16, he went before the Caldwell City Council with a plan for a community youth / senior citizen center (his Eagle Scout service project) that he envisioned building with private funds on land near the park.  The Council agreed to set aside land for the center, and Kent set out to work with community and business leaders to get the project rolling.  He was able to enlist the support and assistance of an architect, an engineer, a lawyer, an accountant and a builder -- and the planning began.  As it progressed, a group of senior citizens who believed that our youth already had enough facilities available to them, wanted a center of their own.  At the request of then-Council President Al McCluskey, the project was put on hold.  Later, then-Mayor Al McCluskey utilized the blueprints to construct the Senior Citizen Center that our seniors enjoy today.

    Over the years, Kent has been involved in numerous volunteer activities and service to our community, including:

Kiwanis Club of Caldwell

(numerous projects, all club offices including president,
Division Lt. Governor, District Governor,
chaired International committees)

Boy Scouts of America
(Eagle Scout, Scoutmaster, District Committee Chairman,
member of the Ore-Ida Council Executive Board)

Caldwell Chamber of Commerce
(member, Governmental Affairs Committee)
Caldwell Crime Stoppers
 (founding president)
Neighborhood Watch
(founding president)
United Way
The College of Idaho Fund Drive
Early Parenting Support Services
(founding vice president)
NFIB (National Federation of Independent Business)
(Guardian Member, Idaho State PAC Treasurer)
Reading is Fundamental
Childrens' Miracle Network Telethons
American Red Cross
Salvation Army
American Heart Association
Caldwell Library Board
Caldwell Senior Citizens Board
Caldwell Airport Commission
Caldwell City Council
Washington School PTO
Sacajawea Elementary PTO
Caldwell Fine Arts

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