MARTIN FELLER
FUNERAL HOME
I.J. Morris
21 East Deer Park Road
Dix Hills, NY
FELLER--Dr. Martin Robert,

born June 19, 1936, passed away on August 31, 2016 at the age of 80 due to complications from Crohn's Disease. Dr. Martin Feller retired as a radiologist at Good Samaritan Hospital (West Islip) and took pride in the fact that he kept up with all of the latest methods, technologies, politics, and prose of medicine. Until just a few weeks ago he was preparing for his class at the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute which provided him an opportunity to combine three of his lifelong passions -- reading, science, and education. He is survived by his wife Naomi (Bard), his children Beth, Gary, and Steve, his brother Edward, and his grandchildren Melissa, Ethan, Shoshana, Hailey, Anna, and Allison. The funeral was held at I.J. Morris Funeral Home followed by a burial at New Montefiore Cemetery in West Babylon. Donations to the Dix Hills Jewish Center (Education Fund), The Crohn's & Colitis Foundation of America, or the UJA Federation of New York are welcome.

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Published by New York Times on Sep. 11, 2016.
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Our condolences to the Feller family, Dr Feller was a nice man and Port Royal neighbor.
Charlie and Barbara Ruoff
September 14, 2016
rose and I are deeply saddened by marty's passing-he was truly one of god's gentlemen
joel lutwin
September 13, 2016
I used to work with Dr. Feller at GSH years ago. He was such a nice man and wonderful doctor. My condolences to all who knew and loved him.
LF
September 12, 2016
I am saddened to learn of Marty's passing. We were classmates, fellow Ford students, and bridge partners at the University of Wisconsin. Together we came in fourth in The country in the NCAA bridge tournament in 1956. Unfortunately I lost touch with him a long time ago but still remember him with a great deal,of affection. Andrew P. Mezey, MD
Andrew Mezey
September 11, 2016
You have my deepest sympathy for the loss of your beloved husband. May God lovingly comfort your family through this time of sorrow. (Isaiah 61:1, 2)
September 11, 2016
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