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Martin L. Martin

January 23, 1958 - August 15, 2010
Visitation
Simpson Funeral & Cremation Services
1119 Washington Avenue
MONACA, PA 15061
Wednesday 8/18
Service
Simpson Funeral & Cremation Services
1119 Washington Avenue
MONACA, PA 15061
Wednesday 8/18

Martin L. Miller, 52, of Conway, formerly of Rochester, was peacefully called home on Sunday afternoon, August 15, 2010. His passing occurred at his home. Martin was born on January 23, 1958, in Rochester, a son of James E. Miller and the late Viola A. (Molter) Miller, who passed away five weeks ago. Marty proudlyContinue Reading

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RACHEL AND THOMAS SMRZLICK/ HOLLY & TERRY BROWN/ SUE &BOB MAYLE left a message on August 18, 2010:
SUE AND FAMILY OUR DEEPEST SYMPATHY GOES OUT TO YOU AND YOUR FAMILY. WE JUST HEARD OF THE VERY SAD NEWS TONIGHT AND COULD NOT BE THERE TO SUPPORT YOU AND YOUR FAMILY. MARTIN WAS A VERY NICE GUY AND YOU BOTH SEEMED SO HAPPY AND LOVING EACH OTHER WHEN WE LAST SAW YOU BOTH. PLEASE KNOW THAT WE CARE ABOUT YOU SUE AND IF THERES ANYTHING WE CAN DO PLEASE ASK. ALL OF YOUR FRIENDS AT THE FREEDOM EAGLES 1429 OUR PRAYERS GO OUT TO YOU AND YOUR FAMILY . TOM & RACHEL SMRZLICK HOLLY & TERRY BROWN SUE & BOB MAYLE
TINA left a message on August 18, 2010:
TO MY FAMILY,SENDING MY DEEPEST CONDOLENCES TO ALL.I WELL ALWAYS REMEMBER MY COUS MARTY .GOD BLESS YOU ALL. TINA ( FLORIDA )
Pam Brooks left a message on August 18, 2010:
To the family of Marty,, me and Mike are sending our deepest condolences to you. I was glad to talk with him a few weeks ago and thats something I will remember. May God Bless and Marty, rest in peace.
janet miller left a message on August 17, 2010:
Dear Family, Im so sorry to hear about Marty passing.He was a sweet and kind person.I just spoke to Marty at my aunt Vi,s funeral.I called Pa. to talk to one of my cousins and it just so happen that the funeral directer put Marty on the phone.1 thing im always and forever going to remember is that our last words to eachother was, LOVE YOU COUS.God bless , my cousins Brian,and Diane and uncle Jim.Good night Marty, and bless you heart. LOVE YOU COUS, JANET
Dee Peake left a message on August 17, 2010:
Dear Sue and Miller Family; I had the pleasure of knowing Marty 10+years, he was a great employer and friend. While working at the Sportrak with Bill Piper it never failed as I would call and Bill would answer the phone saying things like: Miller and Piper electrical, Miller and Piper plumbing, Miller and Piper renovations, Miller and Piper lawn service... on and on... Marty was a man of many skills and talents. I never saw Marty sad or upset and he loved to update me on his family and their new jobs, successes and changes.. Marty loved Sue dearly and enjoyed pleasing her by surprising her like with a garage door opener. He always talked about camping and hunting and loved the new addition to the house and the amazing back rubs Sue provided. He enjoyed the early morning stop at his folks and spending the weekend with the grandchildren. Marty helped with home improvements in my Center home, and bailed me out of many home difficulties, he was a joy to paint and work with and showed me the robes at Chick so I could continue on in assembly. I will miss Marty dearly and know that he left a lasting impression on me with his work ethic and love for his family. God bless the Miller family during this time and may Marty rest in peace. My youngest daughter sent me this quote since I am not able to attend his service and I want to share it with you: You can shed tears that he is gone, or you can smile because he has lived.You can close your eyes and pray that he'll come back,or you can open your eyes and see all he's left behind.You can turn your back on tomorrow and live yesterday, or you can be happy for tomorrow because of yesterday. Erin, Allyn and myself will miss Marty and think very highly of him as a man of great character and honor.
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Mrs. Claire Edger and Elizabeth ( Daughter~"Bette") left a message on August 17, 2010:
We wish to express our heartfelt sympathy to Marty's entire family. His brief illness and sudden passing, deeply saddened us. We will truly will miss him. May each of you be comforted in knowing Marty is free of pain and in a much better place now. We are unable to attend the service, but Marty, and all of you will be in our thoughts and prayers. We will never forget his kindness and willingness to help when called upon. Sincerely, Claire & Bette Edger ( Buck's Family) Sewickley, Pa.
Dee Peake left a message on August 17, 2010:
Dear Sue and Miller Family; I had the pleasure of knowing Marty 10+years, he was a great employer and friend. While working at the Sportrak with Bill Piper it never failed as I would call and Bill would answer the phone saying things like: Miller and Piper electrical, Miller and Piper plumbing, Miller and Piper renovations, Miller and Piper lawn service... on and on... Marty was a man of many skills and talents. I never saw Marty sad or upset and he loved to update me on his family and their new jobs, successes and changes.. Marty loved Sue dearly and enjoyed pleasing her by surprising her like with a garage door opener. He always talked about camping and hunting and loved the new addition to the house and the amazing back rubs Sue provided. He enjoyed the early morning stop at his folks and spending the weekend with the grandchildren. Marty helped with home improvements in my Center home, and bailed me out of many home difficulties, he was a joy to paint and work with and showed me the robes at Chick so I could continue on in assembly. I will miss Marty dearly and know that he left a lasting impression on me with his work ethic and love for his family. God bless the Miller family during this time and may Marty rest in peace. My youngest daughter sent me this quote since I am not able to attend his service and I want to share it with you: You can shed tears that he is gone, or you can smile because he has lived.You can close your eyes and pray that he'll come back,or you can open your eyes and see all he's left behind.You can turn your back on tomorrow and live yesterday, or you can be happy for tomorrow because of yesterday. Erin, Allyn and myself will miss Marty and think very highly of him as a man of great character and honor.
Simpson Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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