I am so very sorry for the passing of your Dad. I always liked him. I have fond memories of both your parents.
My thoughts and prayers are with all of you.
To The Jim Martin Family:
I spent 14 years in Sheboygan and it was a honor knowing your father. I purchased my vehicles from him during my time there.
I also enjoyed visiting with him at Terry's Restaurant in the morning.
Jim was a good man...!!
To the Martin Family,
The Jim Martin and Ed Martin played a big part in my life and the life of my father,Joe Thone, who worked for Martin Pontiac for over 35 yrs. My dad worked shoulder to shoulder with Ed Martin during WWII to keep the business going. The Martin family were always good to me and my family and I celebrate their lives and mourn your loss.
My sympathy to all of you. Our family history is quite long. I remember spending time with Jim and your beautiful mother at Wilkie's Lake before Terry was born. Our fathers were long time hunting and fishing buddies, and after my dad died Jim continued to visit my mother regularly at Crystal Lake which she appreciated very much. He is missed. The logging camp has been looking lonely............... Karen Quasius Mooney
To the Martin family,
You have our sympathy on the loss of your father. I have fond memories of growing up with Jim as my big cousin. I enjoyed watching his achievements in sports an North High School. In later years he was always great to my Mom and Dad, myself and my kids, Christopher, Kyle and Stephanie. We enjoyed our special family gatherings in Sheboygan, Crystal Lake and Green Bay. We will miss him. You are in our thoughts and prayers.