To my old friends DeeDee, Margie and Susan: I was grieved to hear of George's death. I was thrilled to see him with you, DeeDee, at Wendell's service, and am sorry I did not have a chance to speak with him that day. What a wonderful giving man the world has lost. His service to community we honor ... and I personally will remember the many belly laughs he managed to provoke from my being! Much love to all the family ...
George was a very kind, and warm hearted man. A gentleman and a gentle man, he helped so many young people get their start in life, including me. I will always be grateful.
To The Family Of George Martin: I had the distinct pleasure of working with "Mr. Martin" at Canisius College. He was always a champion of his Alma Mater, which was near and dear to his heart as was the Buffalo community. He was a true gentleman and this area will miss one of its biggest boosters. May you all find peace and comfort when you share his memory. Moey O'Connor Oakley
I remember Mr. Martin very fondly. He was a neighbor of mine in the late 60's. He was always very kind and generous. May God give him eternal rest. I will remember him in my prayers and Masses
Karen, my thoughts and prayers to you and your family. Your Uncle George was a wonderful man and true gentleman. I have many fond memories from our days with the New York State Council of Parks. He was a good friend and mentor. Am so glad I had a chance to visit with him again this past summer.