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September 25, 2018

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April 11, 2018
I will miss Marty not coming by the gym to watch my eam play basketball. I could tell he really missed not being able to play and get his life started again in Arizona.
March 19, 2018
I really enjoyed my conversations with Marty. He had an excellent memory for details and was proud of his and his family's athletic accomplishments in Wisconsin. We miss him on Sunday mornings at the 35&Over League games at the Standley Rec Center on Governor Drive.
March 18, 2018
Marty was a lovely man, a true gentleman. He loved his basketball family in San Diego and came to the gym to visit even when his knees were wrecked or other health challenges kept him off the court. My husband John was a teammate for years; I was one of few spectators at many of those games, and always enjoyed our sideline talks. He befriended my dad, my sons and my dogs. We both loved our families, the Preuss School kids, SDSU Aztecs hoops, and the Bristol Farms cafe. I admired Marty for his stoic survival skills, his giving and gentle nature. The basketball group called him Angry Marty lovingly, since he was so intense on the court, but we all knew he was softer than his beloved Goldens. RIP Marty. And go Packers! I will miss you but I am so glad we were friends. Marge Lorang