Hingham, Massachusetts

1961 - 2019 (Age 58)


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ALDERMAN, Martha Ann (Auble) Passed away peacefully in her sleep on Wednesday, July 31 after a brief, but hard-fought battle with cancer. She was 58. Martha was one of the kindest people you would ever meet, which she always proudly attributed to her midwestern roots. She was born on July 6, 1961...

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Dear loved ones of Martha, I knew her in middle school. Nancy, Cathy, and I were all in tumbling together. We had a lot of fun!
I sometimes remember names and google them. Tonite I am saddened by your loss!
Martha, always smiling and a gem of a friend!
Big hug to all whom had the pleasure of knowing her!

Dear Jerry and family. So sorry for your loss. My thoughts are with you. Best Wishes, Nick

Dear Jerry, Abby, Oliver and Emma,
Please accept our deepest sympathies on the loss of Martha. Jerry, I will always remember how warm and welcoming Martha was when John and I first moved to Boston. We are fortunate to have such fond memories of such a lovely woman. I know she will be missed but how lucky you all were to have her in your lives.

I met this beautiful creature in 1981 on Semester at Sea, and was instantly in love. We had the best time traveling the world, so many laughs and great times. Although we lived on different coasts and did not get to see each other after our trip, Martha always held a special place in my life. I was lucky to be invited to her wedding with Jeremy, and had the best weekend. I send my best regards to the family; she was really an awesome person and will always be dear to me. With love, Craig...

I spent the first part of my life living next door to Martha on Berkshire Road, in Gates Mills. There were a lot of boys in the neighborhood, not many girls. Martha was older than me, but was always so welcoming to this scruffy kid, me, who spent a lot of time with her brothers, when I stood just outside her door at the top of the stairs. She would invite me into her room, all light and pillows, even after I kicked her in the face when she spotted me doing a back handspring..... Martha...

Dear Jerry, Abby, Oliver, and Emma, and all the family,
Your wife and mother was a dear person, and so loved you all! It was obvious when she interacted with you and with her teachers at school, at church and everywhere; I am deeply saddened to hear of her death at such an early age, and send my deepest prayers for you all!
Love, Jane (and Jim) Simpson
writing from S.C.

Dear Jerry, Oliver, Abby and Emma,

I am so terribly sorry for your profound loss. Martha was a shining light to everyone around her and I am proud to say that I was your Realtor for 2 home sales, and had the honor of having Martha not only work for me at Home Center Realty but also to have presented her with the company's Top Agent Award in her very first year...a remarkable achievement never matched...from a charming and remarkable woman. Loved her...Love to you all....Gail...

Jerry and Oliver, we are so sorry for the loss of your wife and your mother. The few times we got to meet her and spend time at Circle of Champions, she was always a joy to be around. Our thoughts are with you, and the entire family, during these difficult and sad times. God Bless.

Joe Battaini/ Lisa Davis

My thoughts and prayers are with you all.
She was one of a kind.
An old Work Mate from T.E.S.,
Bette L.