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In Loving Memory

Simon, Martin A.

Dearly beloved him,

Martin A Simon

born July 26th, 1956 died June 15th, 2023

Son of the late William and Marjorie Simon

His children, Elizabeth (Nicholas) Abbate and Philip Simon. His grandchildren Aurora Simon, Grayson and Amelia Abbate.

He is survived by his ex-wive, Anna Simon.

He was a beloved brother to the late James Simon, the late Marie (Paul) Klerlein, Carolyn(Adam) Ulrich, Diane (Rich) Gutierrez, Suzanne Allen, Doug Simon, Dennis (Jeanne) Simon, David (Judy) Simon and Paul (Char) Simon. He was a beloved Uncle to all his nieces and nephews. A longtime player and member of the Sunday Morning Rugby Club and worked with MSD for almost 30 years.


Celebration of Life ceremony will be held on Saturday July 8th at Kutis on Lemay Ferry at Butler Hill from 1pm to 3pm


A late luncheon at the Sunday Morning Rugby Club immediately following the Funeral home.


3 thoughts on “Simon, Martin A.”

  1. FROM all the guys at MSD , We will definitely miss you and know you are now in the hands with the man above. GOD BLESS YOU and all of your family.

  2. Rest in peace Marty.
    Had great times working with you.
    Good man , and good worker. Always there if I needed a helping hand.

  3. Lovingly known as “Captain Caveman” to a few of his MSD co-workers (including me)!
    I knew Marty, first, from the Sunday Morning Rugby Club (specifically the Donahues), meeting him at the Thanksgiving morning Turkey Trots at the pavilion with the red and white top.
    We became great work friends, and worked together nearly 13 years.

    Marty was a one-of-a-kind soul, with terrific morals and integrity. One never
    questioned where they stood with Marty: he was clear in his thoughts about anyone, and any situation. I truly admired that trait in him!

    I have so many terrific memories to keep him alive! And I know so many others do, as well.

    Sending tons of love, hugs, and positive, healing vibes to Marty’s family.


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