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MARTIN EDELSTON

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September 22, 2014
I knew Marty as an art collector and later as an inspirational friend. A telephone call or a note from Marty could brighten my day beyond belief. It was simply the way in which he communicated. I will never forget the bold giant notes he would send that read, "Fantastic", "Wow!!!" or "Wonderful". This is a man who could make you feel great simply by the way he said, "Hello!". What a special man he was! Please note that he donated much of his contemporary art collection to The Chicago Art Institute, in a group of works entitled "Life Lessons".
- Minna Zielonka-Packer
April 22, 2014
I thought that after six months, it would be easier to write something about Marty. It's not.

Marty was a great guy. The kind of guy you could go to for advice, if you didn't have a father to go to. The kind of guy that would always give you his time and never steer you wrong. Marty was that kind of guy.

My deepest sympathy and respect to Mrs. Edelston and the kids.
October 25, 2013
My deepest sympathy to Martin's family. I met Martin at his first I-Power Seminar in Washington, D.C. I still remember what he shared with us and how instructive and useful it was. May he rest in peace.
October 19, 2013
My deepest condolences to the Edelston and Boardroom families. I am grateful that I shared many a happy table and spirited onversation with Marty Edelston, our generous host. His determination to connect people and to spread knowledge were among his many talents and gifts to all. Thank you, Marty.
October 13, 2013
I REMEMBER MARTIN EDELSTON AS BEING A FRIEND OF MY HUSBAND MORTON YARMON AND MYSELF....HIS LEAVING US MAKES THE WORLD A LESS GOOD PLACE...BUT HE LEAVES HIS MARK ON THE WORLD....
October 12, 2013
Dear Rita, Sarah, Sam and Margie,
Marty was a unique and powerful force of nature. He left an indelible mark in business, in person and in life. I am glad to have known and to have worked for him.
October 11, 2013
I still refer back to the marketing logic I learned working at Boardroom in the 80s. To Marty's family and friends I extend my deepest condolences, he will always be fondly remembered.
October 10, 2013
Dear Rita my deepest sympathy to you and family I'm so glad we had those few meals together. I so enjoyed them. Hang in there and remember those great memories of 58 years. fondly
October 09, 2013
It was an honor to have worked for and with him.
October 07, 2013
My husband, Carl, joins me in expressing our deepest sympathy to both Marty's related and work families. Many on the planet will miss his wit and wisdom. The Herman Trend Alert on Wednesday will be dedicated to his memory. It is the belated result of having attended one of Marty's valuable salons in New York.

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