Marvin Kline honored for work to revive Orpheum Theatre
By Tia Heidebrecht, Chief Photographer - bio | email
SIOUX CITY, Iowa (KTIV) -
The Orpheum Theatre reopened in 2001. It took a lot of hard work to renovate and make it beautiful once again.
A man, instrumental in the efforts, was honored Monday.
Marvin Kline, a longtime Sioux City resident, who had a local business and a love for writing and performing music was one of the original members of the Orpheum Theatre Preservation Project.
He helped promote and raise $12 million to renovate and re-open the Orpheum Theatre.
Kline's portrait was unveiled before family and friends.
"This man was Sioux City. He really loved the city. He was a community citizen. This was important to him but there were so many other projects, whatever it was he'd do it," Frances Kline, Marvin Kline's widow said.
Kline's portrait is on the second floor of the Orpheum for everyone to see.
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