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April 20, 2018

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October 28, 2014
My uncle Marty. He was a wonderful man. I can remember being little and my sister and I would go up to him and make fists by our sides and say pick us up, pick us up. And he'd grab our little fists, which were squeezed just as tight as we could, and he said "now, keep your arms straight," and up we'd go high above his head. It was one of my favorite playtime activities. I spent weeks in the summer with Uncle Marty and Aunt Kathleen. He tried to play the tough guy with me and my sister, but we always knew he was a softy, who'd break a smile and laugh at us. We each had our special way of making sure Uncle Marty has his favorite drink, good old "R" beer in the fridge, when he arrived home. I was the efficient one and cleared out half the fridge to stock it with ever bottle I could find. He laughed. Lora would remember minutes before he got home and he always knew.

He was such a big part of my life. He was like a dad in my early years before John came into our lives. He would attend Daddy/Daughter dinners with me when I was a campfire girl. He'd help my mom put together toys for Christmas, making sure each bolt was tightened down and all the parts fit together.

I'm blessed that he and Aunt Kathleen opened their hearts to myself, my sister and mother. I love you Uncle Marty! I'll see you in heaven...with my fists wrapped tightly saying up, up. :)
A note to Chris:
I'm so sorry I didn't know until today. I talked to uncle Marty in May when Lora and I went to see Aunt Kathleen. I've been calling the house a bunch and the phone wasn't working. I called Talbot Rehab and they said Aunt Kathleen was no longer there. Please give me a call Chris. My number is 425-681-2822. I'd like to see Aunt Kathleen. ~ Cynthia
June 26, 2014
Marty was a great neighbor and friend. For the past forty years I was a frequent "customer" of Rusty Iron Works! Marty always had great ideas and we had more than a few wonderful conversations ranging from race cars to ramjets and from philosophy to just plain baloney!

I will greatly miss him and our mailbox conversations.