John Marton
1941 - 2014
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John A. Marton 72 of Des Plaines. Loving husband of Judith nee Danielewicz Marton. Caring father of Amy Jo (Doug) Procarione. Dear grandfather of Casey and Haley. Fond brother of Dennis (Linda) and Sue Marton and Diana Javens. John was on the Board of Directors for Central Electric Railfans' Association, John was a friend of "Bill W" for over 40 years, 32nd Degree Mason and a retired Chicago Public school teacher. Visitation Sunday from 3-7pm at Oehler Funeral Home 2099 Miner St (corner of Northwest Hwy\Rt -14 and Rand Rd) Des Plaines where services will be held Monday 10am. Interment Bohemian National cemetery. In lieu of flowers memorials may be made to First Step House, 1029 Graceland Ave., Des Plaines, IL 60016. Info 847-824-5155 or www.oehlerfuneralhome.com



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Published in Chicago Tribune from Feb. 25 to Feb. 26, 2014.
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March 5, 2014
Sorry to hear he has passed away. Hope you are doing OK aunt judy. Wished we kept. in touch over the years .my dad died and I miss him and my mom very much
arthur fife
March 1, 2014
May he rest in the hands of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ
John Moreno
March 1, 2014
So sorry to hear about my friend John..John and I were in DeMolay's and the Masonic family..
RIP John...Steve Durkovic - Mount Dora, Fl.
February 28, 2014
John, you're passing away will be a "loss" to the train community and will be sorely missed by many train enthusiasts'! Will miss the discussions especially at the Wheaton morning coffees! Ken Koehler
February 28, 2014
My Condolences to all the Marton family.
I knew John from our Sunday morning coffee sessions at the DuPage Train Shows.
Never was he lost for words and I enjoyed listing to his many stories.
John was always more than helpful with any of my "train" problems.
I shall miss him greatly.
Ed Stetzenbach
February 28, 2014
My brother-in-law, John Marton, was was someone I always looked up to. When my sister Judy first married John we would go to their cabin in Wis for deer season. In many ways I grew up with John.

I'm sorry for our loss but I'm happy for the way John enriched our lives.
Joe Danielewicz
February 27, 2014
Sorry for your lost. Bonnie Fife
Bonnie Fife
February 27, 2014
I will always have fond memories of my Uncle John. May God bless him and his family.
Ron Fife
February 26, 2014
John had a great smile and a very wry sense of humor, both of which will very much be missed by all who knew him. We will also miss his dramatic war stories from Viet Nam.
Jeff Wien
February 26, 2014
Mrs. Marton, AJ and Family, I am deeply saddended by this news, as I will always remember Mr. Marton for not only being a great neighbor when I was growing up, but also a mentor to me. He helped me through one of the most difficult times of my childhood and gave me the courage to help myself which set me down the path of being the person I am today. I will always remember Mr. Marton for not only his kindness but his humor and love he showed everyone. He will be deeply missed. I wish I were in town to be there with you, but please know you are in my prayers. Love, Patti (Chwal) Spelman
February 26, 2014
Sincere sympathy for your loss
I knew him through my sister and brother in law rosemary and lou fulgaro who taught with him at austin hs
Cherish all the good program years
Blessings and peace to the family
Carm esposito
carm esposito
February 26, 2014
I met John when I was a director of CERA. I observed John's attention to detail as he guided CERA's legendary publications and chaired CERA's 75th Anniversary celebration. Peace, dear brother.
John Anderson
February 26, 2014
John will be greatly missed by all those who knew him. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family in this time of grief.
David Sadowski
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