Martin J. FRISOSKY
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FRISOSKY, Martin J.
Dr. Martin J. Frisosky passed away Thursday, February 4th 2016 following treatment for multiple health issues. Dr. Frisosky was a native of Lansing, Michigan. And graduate of Michigan Statue University, Wayne State University, and Kansas City College of Osteopathic Medicine. Dr. Frisosky practiced as an Ear Nose and Throat specialist in West Palm Beach from 1983-2011, and was highly esteemed by both his grateful patients and fellow medical colleagues. Dr. Frisosky served as Chief of Staff and in other capacities at West Palm Hospital. Dr. Frisosky was also on staff at other area hospitals. He is survived by his wife of 43 years, Donna, and his two daughters, Dr. Amanda Frisosky Abuaf and Ms. Holly Frisosky. The family plans a private memorial service at a later date. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations to the American Cancer Society in Dr. Frisosky's memory.
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Published in The Palm Beach Post from Feb. 7 to Feb. 8, 2016.
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March 23, 2018
So, Dr Frisosky was my doctor when I was very little and through mostly all of Elementary school. I had constant ear problems, so I saw him often. My folder was thicker than anyone else's and I was only maybe 5 or 6 at the time! Anyway, I loved him so much that I used to make up that my ear was hurting just so my mom would take me to see him. I had forgotten what he looked like since it's been so long, as I'm now 34 years old. I decided to try to Google him tonight and that is how I found this. I'm so sorry that he is gone. But I will never forget how much I loved to see him as a child. And he is still thought about frequently, because for some reason I call my favorite Aunt "Juju Frisosky"(her name is Julie), lol. I don't know why, it just came out one day. I think it's because he was my favorite doctor and she's my favorite Aunt. Seeing his picture brought back so many memories. I just wanted to let you know how much of an impact he had on my life. I'm sorry for your loss. The world lost a great doctor when he passed.
Rebecca Paterson
March 14, 2016
Marty and I were classmates at KCCOM and saw each other most years at AOCOO-HNS functions. He was always tenacious as a Med student and carried on that same level of drive and dedication as in practice. He served mankind "well" and will be greatly missed by all. Happy trails old friend and look forward to seeing you again "on the other side"!

Ken Markiewicz
Ken Markiewicz
February 9, 2016
Donna,Amanda & Holly our sincere condolences to you and your family. I was so fortunate to meet Martin in the late 60's. He was part of a college group of people that came together to address some significant social issue. Martin was employed at that time as a social worker. We all became great friends, a friendship that would last a lifetime. Some of us were there when he married Donna, the love of his life. A few years later all of us went our way to make a difference in this world. Martin chose medicine and what a fine and compassionate Doctor he made. A few years ago we started to spent some time together and realize again that Martin was someone so special. He cared deeply about his family and the people he cared for. He really made a difference in this world and I will miss the little bit of time I had with him these past few years.
Mike & Cathy Aten
February 9, 2016
God's peace. Condolences to his family. I remember his socks and interesting conversation. Fine Doctor. Rest in peace, my doctor.
Robyn Cannon
February 7, 2016
Donna, Amanda & Holly

Our sincere condolences to you and your family. We have all been blessed by the man that has been part of your life and you shared him with the people of Palm Beach County. We both started our medical careers together in 1983 in West Palm Beach and he touched so many lives as a talented osteopathic physician and surgeon, a man of honor & faith who lived life the right way. He took care of most of my patients that needed ENT care and my family when they were in need. I will always be amazed at his will to live and how he lived his life for all of these years when he was fighting against the impossible heath challenges he faced. Peace be with you and your family.

Jim & Judy Smith
February 7, 2016
Long, long battle finally won. Rest well now old friend. Time has seen us through many changes but not to our friendship. You will be long remembered and recalled with loving and happy thoughts. Our friendship began in medical school and is ongoing. Dr. Evert and Constance Oortman.
February 7, 2016
Laurie Nelson
February 7, 2016
Dr. Frisosky was a wonderful physician who was beloved by his patients. He was an incredible example to all of how to fight illness and not allow it to rule over one's life. He will be missed by all who had the honor of his friendship and those he cared for.
Michael Galin
February 7, 2016
Dr. Frisosky was the kindest, sweetest doctor ever and he helped in several instances when I truly needed it. He will be greatly missed.
Esther Sutofsky
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