Condolence From: Paul Fortin, Miami, FL
Condolence: Such a join to be around, always made anyone around laugh. Helped everyone stay connected - I mean, who writes hundreds of Christmas cards every year? Her meatballs to die for! You will be remembered like no other. The joy was contagious - thank you :)
Condolence From: Odilia and Orin Sumner, Kingman, Arizona
Condolence: My dear Aunt Martha, you and Uncle Andy were a very large part of my childhood. The memories I have of visits to you are filled with laughter and good food. I loved when your children would visit and play with us. We had a wonderful family in New Jersey including your parents, sisters, brothers and many cousins. When we met Uncle Andy's family in Florida the fun times continued. You found the joy and laughter in all situations and I loved that about you. God bless you, please watch over us all.
Condolence From: Tom & Brenda Egles, Live Oak, Fl
Condolence: Aunt Martha was a wonderful woman. I especially remember whenever we did get to visit with her & Uncle Andrew how she made us feel so good & her Special neck & shoulder massage, oh so good! We send our condolences to the family. She will be dearly missed. Thanks to the family for a beautiful obituary. If there is such a thing. We Love You All, Our Prayers are with you. God Bless
Condolence From: Linda Correal, Waynesville, NC
Condolence: There isn't enough space here to say how much Aunt Martha was loved. Her sense of humor was never ending and her generosity and love knew no end. I am thankful that I got to spend her 90th birthday with her and know that the bridge was overflowing with people waiting for her to arrive. When I look into the sky I will know that one of the shining stars will be her looking down on all of us.