Jeanne Martin

Mar 27, 1927 – Aug 24, 2016 (Age 89)


Jeanne Martin, the second wife of Dean Martin, died Wednesday, Aug. 24, 2016, according to her family. For full obituary and coverage from, click here.

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My mama and me.

I remember watching Dean's show and hearing my mom and dad laughing and couldn't quite understand, til I grew up. Some of my best childhood memories include Dean and his family. My dad passed and last month my mom joined him, and her memorial we played Dean's ' ain't that a kick in the head'. Her favorite. RIP Mrs. Martin. You were in a lot of peoples happy times.

I was so in love with Dino when I was a pre-teen, I was sure she would be my MIL. So very sad to hear she passed away. I hope she is reunited with her loved ones. RIP

We first met Dec. 16, 1966, Reno, NV. We stayed friends all these years with our once a year phone call. I was thankful that our last call was Aug 23, 2016 or it may never have happened and I wouldn't have had the chance to say goodbye. I will miss those beautiful eyes and that infectious laugh. I've missed Dean all these years and now I will miss you as well. Bye JB my friend.

I will always have a special place in my heart for all of the martins. I grew up listening to dino, desi, and billy.i was devastated when Dino died.I had such a crush on him.i loved getting my fan mags to read up on all of the martins.i feel sad about the recent deaths of jeanne and ricci.jeanne you are there in heaven with dino, deN, ricci and claudia.

Although their marriage ended in divorce, Jeanne and Dean's marriage of 20+ years is something to be proud of. In love she bore him beautiful children with whom they will be re-united with after death.
God bless the entire Martin family.

Rest with Angels.

It makes me sad that Jeanne Martin has passed away. She appeared to be a very gracious and loving person and she certainly took care of her family, as did Dean. I think three of her children died before her and I'm sure that made her extremely sad. May you all now be reunited in heaven. Rest in peace, all of you, and thank you for wonderful memories

I am so sorry for you loss. I really liked this women. She was not one to grab the lime light. She was a real touch of class. R.I.P. Jeanie Martin