George W. Martin

Born: Wed., Sep. 12, 1923
Died: Tue., Apr. 28, 2020


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George W. Martin (affectionately known as Buster) 96, Hermitage, PA, passed away peacefully Tuesday April 28, 2020, in his home with his family by his side.  
George was born on September 12, 1923 to Nicholas and Anna (Kopas) Martin in Homestead, PA. After graduating from high school, George served in the U.S. Army Air Corps during World War II, reaching the rank of Corporal. After returning home, he worked as a painter for Sharon Steel Corp. until his retirement. On August 23,1947 he married his wife, the late Anne M. (Emery) Martin.  
He was an active member of St. Michaels Byzantine Catholic Church where he served in the Holy Name Society, Rosary Society, Bethany Ministry, former Parish Council Member, Bazaar Committee, Bingo Committee, Catering, Bowling Team, Golf League, Sacristan Committee, Church Decorating Committee, and SMART St. Michael’s Activity and Recreation Team. In addition to his church involvement, George was active in Meals on Wheels. Some of his favorite time was spent playing a famous card game “Scat” with his family, completing puzzles, working in his yard, family vacations to Kure Beach, NC, rooting for the Pittsburgh Pirates and Steelers. He loved working with wood and refinishing furniture. He was also well known as a self-taught piano player.  
George is survived by his children, Len (Kate) Martin, David W. Martin, twin daughters, Renee K. (James) Manilla and Rozanne P. (Lewis) Voisey, and Patricia M. (Buthie) Miconi. Also surviving are his grandchildren, John N. (Gina) Carrier, Ross L. (Nicole) Voisey, Ryan E. (Brittany) Voisey, Nicholas J. Yambar, Colleen N. Yambar, and Christopher R. Yambar, great-grandchildren, Roman and Luca Carrier, Jameson and Leo Voisey, Andrew (AJ) Voisey, Josephina Yambar, sister, Verna Mae Martin Savko, sisters in law Elizabeth “Betty” Martin, and Patricia Emery.  
He was preceded in death by his parents, Nicholas and Anna (Kopas) Martin, wife, Anne M. (Emery) Martin, father and mother in law, Frank C. and Anna (Gorzo) Emery Sr., brothers, Nicholas (Helen) Martin, Raymond (Virginia) Martin, Donald (Donna) Martin, Edward (Anne) Martin, John (Dorothy) Martin, Elmer (Anne) Martin, Clifford Martin, sisters, Sister Gertrude (Irene) Martin OSB, Anne (Paul) Kasko, Mary (Nicholas) Baka-Heilmann, Pauline (Michael) Pushcar, Eleanor (Lou) Stellute, brothers in law, Edward Savko, Lester P. Emery, and Sgt. Frank C. (Dorothy) Emery II.  
Due to the current Coronavirus pandemic, a private Funeral Divine Liturgy will be celebrated on Monday, May 4, 2020 at 1:00 pm by Reverend Father Kevin E. Marks at St. Michael Byzantine Catholic Church, Hermitage PA that can be viewed via live stream at
facebook.com/stmichaelbyz.hermitage. A public Memorial service will be held at a later date.  
Burial with Military Honors will take place at St. Michael Byzantine Catholic Church Cemetery, next to his beloved wife of 65 years.
Memorial contributions may be sent to St. Michael Byzantine Catholic Church 2230 Highland Rd. Hermitage, PA 16148 in memory of George.  
Arrangements entrusted to the SHERMAN Funeral Home & Crematory LLC 2201 Highland Rd. Hermitage, PA.

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Judy d
   Posted Wed April 29, 2020
Lewis&Families
I knew George many years from bingo at St Mike
CHINESSE auction and at Rire Aid .
My condolences to all families George was a great guy to know.
Judy

Anna Kaufman
   Posted Thu April 30, 2020
So sorry for your loss.

Donna and Jeff Volsko
   Posted Thu April 30, 2020
Dear Friends, please accept our heartfelt sympathy on the passing of your father. We have many great memories of him and will certainly miss him. Eternal Memory.

Melanie Gibbons
   Posted Fri May 01, 2020
Sorry for your loss. We will miss his ready smile. He was one of the 1st parishioners to welcome us to St. Michael's when we started attending 7 years ago.

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