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Martin Boytek 1949 - 2014

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May 08, 2014
I knew Marty when we lived in Stollings,WV. and he was a little boy that loved everybody. Rest in Peace Martin and sending sympathy to the Boytek family and his sister Linda Farmer
April 22, 2014
I met Marty while stationed @ the Navy hospital in Portsmouth, VA. Marty was a great physical therapist and was a very funny, humorous person. Both Marty and Pat had great influence on me continuing my education and becoming a physical therapist. I feel blessed that he was part of my life for a few years; he will be greatly missed!
April 21, 2014
They met in Oct. '74 while stationed at Portsmouth Naval Hosp. A yr. later, the guy w/ the weird name & the girl w/ the skinny legs began an 18-yr. ride together. They built a house, a family & a PT practice. Marty lives on in his sons: handsome, smart, kind & hard workers. As the Navy expression goes "fair winds & following seas." R.I.P. Pat
April 15, 2014
To the Boytek Family, I am so very sorry to learn of your loss. Mr. Boytek (Marty) and I knew him was a wonderful physical therapist and a very kind person. He was the driving force that helped me learn to walk again after a car accident injury in 1991. I remember his jovial temperament and always smiling face as he would tell me to push through the pain. I honestly believe had it not been for his persistence I would not be walking today. He truly had a gift for encouraging people and a compassion for helping those in need. I know he will be sorely missed by all those who were closest to him but I know he is with our Lord today and you will rejoice with him again.
March 28, 2014
I'm so sorry to hear this. I haven't seen Mr. Boytek in years but when I did he always made me smile and laugh. I'm so sorry to hear this Josh. All my love and prayer for you n your momma and Pat.

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