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Marty Hendin Obituary
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December 11, 2016

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March 5, 2008
I considered Marty my best friend in high school. When I moved away from St. Louis, we lost touch to some extent. The last time I saw him was at our last high school reunion, and I had no idea he was sick at the time(if indeed he was). Marty is the only person I know who always did what he wanted from the very beginning; and that was to work for the St. Louis Cardinals. He will be missed greatly.
January 27, 2008
Dear Ronna and family,
Our deepest sympathy to you and your family. My husband and I had the pleasure of being on one of the Cardinal Cruises with you and Marty. He was so much fun.(It was a surprise 50th birthday present for my husband, Joe). Marty was always very gracious whenever he saw us at the stadium. We are sure he will be missed terribly, but take comfort in the fact that his life was indeed a triumph.
Sincerely,
Jean and Joe Pretto
January 22, 2008
To the Family of Marty:

I was out of town all last week and was just told about his passing on 1/22. I met Marty in 2000 when I worked for a company that wanted to put advertising in Busch Stadium, but we couldn't based on competition already there. However, I went to lunch with Marty a couple of times, and he "talked me into" a place on the Communications committee with the March of Dimes. He was a great man, a humanitarian, and a heck of a lot of fun to talk with. I also loved his office in the old stadium. Marty had quite a life. He will truly be missed. God Bless.
January 22, 2008
It is not often I feel a personal attachment to a patient and his family. Thank you for allowing me to be involved in the care of Mr. Hendin
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