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In Loving Memory

Martin, Albert Louis

June 12, 1931 - April 1, 2024

Age 92, Asleep in Jesus on Mon. April 1, 2024. Beloved husband of the late Judith Martin (nee Glenn) and the late Louise P. Martin (nee Hinrichs). Father of Denise L. Wuest-Keeling (the late Jim Keeling), Vicki (David) Bast, Steve (Charlotte) Hedderich and the late Douglas D. and David S. Horton. Grandfather of Emily Wuest-Brown, Jared Wuest, Justin Horton, Erica Bast, Brandon Bast and Sara Lenau; Great grandfather of Kiah Wuest. Son of the late Albert J. and Elsie M. (nee Bennetsen) Martin. Brother of the late Gladys (Noah) Wimberley. Brother-in-law of the late Richard (Wanda) Glenn. Our dear uncle, great-uncle, cousin and friend to many.

Services: Visitation at Kutis South County Chapel (5255 Lemay Ferry) on Friday April 5th 10 AM until time of service at 3PM.


10 thoughts on “Martin, Albert Louis”

  1. Our family (Niehaus) adored Al & Judi. Sorry to hear about his passing. Not blood relatives, but our adopted relatives. He will be missed.

  2. Al was my first supervisor after I left the Navy in 1989. He started my path (at Zeller Electric) toward a very successful career. He was a great mentor.

  3. Loved Al, What a Beautiful human being he was, we’ve been friends since starting high school in 1950, what can one say but never forget he was here, miss you dear friend.

  4. Al was a dear, true friend for many years.
    He and my husband worked together and were friends since high school.
    Al was always there to help when needed, he was compassionate, generous, thoughtful and loyal.
    We will all miss him.

  5. Al was a warm loving person. A happy man. He always made an effort to speak with you at any function. He was an jewel in our lives.
    MArk and Linda Dunn (Zeller)

  6. We are very sorry we couldn’t make it to the Funeral home as we both are unable to get there. We loved Al. He is Richs Fraternity brother. Went to Cleveland high school together. Rich and Marilyn King

  7. We have a lot of great memories with Al and Judi. They will be missed because their were great friends. Jo grew up with Judi as little girls in Indiana

  8. Terrific guy and a good friend of my dad, Charlie Mikusch. Once while I was floating on the Current river he ran out into the water to ask me if I was Charle Mikusch’s son and we had a great visit. So sorry for your loss.
    David Mikusch


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