After earning his bachelor’s and juris doctoral degrees, Marvin earned a juris doctorate at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law. He served in the U.S. Army JAG Corp from 1968-72, the last two years of which he was a special courts military judge in the U.S. Army judiciary. After his time in the service, Marvin spent more than 35 years as a managing partner of the RHP Law Group in Selinsgrove, Pa., followed by ten years as senior counsel. He was a member of the Pennsylvania Bar Association House of Delegates for over 25 years, eventually earning the association’s Gilbert Nurick Award for lifetime service. He was elected to three terms in the American Bar Association House of Delegates, served as president of the PA Bar Institute, and was appointed to PA Disciplinary Board of the Supreme Court and served as chair. He and his wife, Raven, have created two undergraduate scholarships in the college and supported several other Liberal Arts and University initiatives.