Tonawanda News


November 6, 2013

Albert T. Martin

NORTH TONAWANDA — Albert T. Martin, age 79, of the Town of Wheatfield, November 5, 2013, in DeGraff Memorial Hospital, after a brief illness. A former employee of Durez, retiring in 1986.

He was the husband of the late Betty J. Martin, who died in 1988. Beloved father of Sue Foster, Raymond Martin, Beverly Martin, Tina (Donald) Eisenbart and the late Franklin Martin and Peggy Miller. Grandfather of Jason, Brett, Jared and Craig Foster, Robert and Jordan Eisenbart and the late Christopher Foster. Great-grandfather of four great-grandchildren. He was the brother of 12 brothers and sisters.

Friends may call at the Fretthold Funeral Home Inc., 1241 Oliver St., at Ward Rd., in North Tonawanda on Friday from 2-4 & 7-9 PM. Funeral services will be held at the funeral home on   Saturday at 10:00 AM, the Rev. David Beutel officiating. Interment in White Chapel Memorial Park. If so desired, memorials may be made to the Children's Wish Foundation.  

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