Marty, Audrey and I are deeply saddened to hear of General Marty's passing. Please accept our condolences and our thanks for the mentorship and friendship you both provided to us at Fort Sill.
General Marty was first and foremost a gentleman. He was the sort of leader his people went the extra mile for, just because of who he was: a man of integrity who expected high standards and then helped you achieve them. I worked for him twice, in different roles.
I was honored to work with Fred as a consultant to Lycoming County. His quiet yet effective and powerful leadership style was something I always hoped to emulate. His kindness and willingness to share the benefit of his experience helped me grow as a professional. I miss you, Fred.
Proud to have known and served with this great leader and mentor (Frankfurt 1986-1987). A man of integrity. Our time together will always be remembered. Sending our heartfelt sympathy.
Marty, Bill and I send our deepest sympathies to you and your family on the loss of such a wonderful, delightful man. We have such fond memories of our time at Ft. Sill, and you and Fred helped make our time there so enjoyable. Our thoughts go out to you.
I had the pleasure of working for him at SMSU and I can say it was a real pleasure to know him. A wonderful American served his country and his community.
Fred's "can do" attitude has been and will always be remembered.He was the stabilizing force in a demanding environment. I will always cherish our relationship.
Brigadier General Gary Turner,USA Ret
To the Marty Family. Please accept our Heartfelt condolences. Fred is Fondly remembered by all and will be "forever one of ours."
Class OF 1959 - Southwest High School - St. Louis, MO
We send our deepest sympathy upon learning of Fred's passing. He was a
dynamic leader who brought great success to everything he attempted. We
pray God will bless and keep you in His
loving care during this time of sorrow
I extend my deepest sympathy and heartfelt condolences to General Marty's family and friends. It was truly an honor to have served him while he was Fort Sill's Commanding General.
Please accept my sincere condolences for your loss, Marty Family. It was indeed an HONOR to have taken care of your loved one during his recent illness. He was a courageous man that always had a smile on his face. I enjoyed talking with him, whether it was sports, family, politics or his distinguished career in the Army. Again so sorry for our loss.
Marty, my love is sent to you and your family. I hope that soon the memories of the times you laughed with Fred push the grief to a back corner of your heart.
A great man who I respected very much! He will be missed but the works he left behind live on. My love and prayers go out to Marty.
A huge loss. It was a privilege and honor to have had the opportunity to work with Fred and to have him as a trusted friend. He was "one of a kind". There will always be a place in my heart for this special man. May he rest in peace. My condolences to the Marty family.
This is a GREAT man. Fred was a friend and a mentor whose style of leadership I have strived to emulate. His focus was always on those he served … not himself. It has been an honor to serve for and with him.
Lieutenant General (USA-Ret) Dan Benton, Atlanta, Georgia
From a retired navydeep sea diver. You were a good boss, you served your country well. Good job. My prayers go out to your wonderfull wife and family
What a man. What a loss. What an honor and a privilege to have known him. He will remain alive and vital in my memory and my heart.
Too soon, too soon. I am so sorry.