Clancy... what a great man who added so much to the Westminster campus and the New Wilmington community! What a joy to have known him and his wonderful family throughout their years in New Wilmington. His warm smile and great talent were a gift to so many students, colleagues and friends over the years. Love and prayers for you, Helen, and all the Martin family...as you move through the sadness of your loss, be held in the light as you celebrate Clancy's amazing life.
Because we started together in the music department in 1952, Dr. Martin as a professor and I as a student, he is truly a testament of dedication to Westminster College. What grand memories of early choir trips, concerts, friendships and happy times.
Please know that I share in your sadness, Helen, and wish peace for your heart with thoughts of happy memories.
Connie Mohr Wright '56
Amelia Island, FL
Dr. Martin was a mentor to me in both life and music - always searching for the best in both and always enjoying the work toward making either grand. He crafted my voice and taught lessons I still use. I am sure that the Martin family is sad, but I hope you also are certain of a life lived so wonderfully well. Prayers are with you in this time of passage...
Clancy Martin - gentleman and music man. I was his colleague for a short time before he retired but all could see his effect on students and colleagues. Clancy lives on through his very significant contributions to Westminster. Tell the Clancy tales and comfort one another.
Clancy Martin left a legacy at Westminster College in the Music Department and with the choirs. He will always be remembered here for his passion for music making and developing musicians.