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     Fred Jay Marti, age 64, of Hannibal, Missouri, passed away Tuesday night, November 28, 2017, at his home.

     Fred was born November 20, 1953, in Lamar, Missouri, one of the eight children of Dale and Corrine (Stewart) Marti.  He graduated from Liberal High School in 1971 and had lived in Hannibal, Missouri for the past 25 years.  His affinity for nature and the river led Fred to a career in landscaping and he took great pride in his work at the Mark Twain Cave and Campground.  He enjoyed sports and followed the Kansas City Chiefs and St. Louis Cardinals.

     Survivors include his parents, Dale and Corrine Marti of Lamar; a son, Andy (Misty) Marti, Lamar; a daughter, JoAnn (Jon) Wentland, Carl Junction; three brothers, Larry (Judy) Marti, Lamar, Butch (Deidra) Marti, Jasper, and Kevin (Kathy) Marti, Lamar; four sisters, Karel (Wendell) Anliker, Morton, Illinois, Terri (Jim) Duncan, Lamar, Mary (Jim) Probert, Chouteau, Oklahoma, and Schelli Marti, Oronogo; five grandchildren, Kaitlyn & Delaney Wentland, Cooper, Drew, & Hannidy Marti; and special extended family, Brandi and Kevin Lionberger and their children Ryan & Caleb of Hannibal.

     Funeral services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Saturday, December 2nd, at Daniel Funeral Home where the family will receive friends from 9:30 until service time Saturday.  Committal and burial will be in Apostolic Christian Cemetery southwest of Lamar.

     Memorial contributions are suggested to Community Loving Care Hospice in care of Daniel Funeral Home.

 

Comments  

#13 La Mirada, CAChyral and Brent 2017-12-03 12:58
Fred, we had a whole lot of good times visiting with you and the rest of the Marti's when we were growing up. You will be missed...
#12 Wheatfield, INRon and Vicky Anliker 2017-12-02 07:52
Thinking of you and sending our sympathy and prayers to all of you today. May God comfort your hearts with His peace & love.
#11 LamarRick Marti 2017-12-02 01:40
Never turned down a challenge. Instead about thinking about what if he tried it. Found out the questions he wondered about right there & then.Great cuz !
#10 Hollywood, SCMarcie Jones 2017-12-01 10:06
Cousin Fred you've left me with many fond memories of fun summers spent at the Marti farm. Fast cars and frighteningly large sow tending. Your memory will always bring a smile to my face. You will be missed! Peace, much love and condolences to all of my Marti's.
#9 Francesville, IndianaDale and Peg Gudeman 2017-12-01 08:19
Sending our love and sympathy to the family at this difficult time. We have good memories of the time when Fred lived here. May he rest in peace!
#8 Pleasanton, TXWill I Muro 2017-12-01 06:02
Fred is at rest and no more pain. Love you all and praying for family. Fred Jay was loved
#7 Jasper, MoDan & Cathy Probert 2017-12-01 05:31
We are sorry to hear Fred passed away, we are praying for your family and all that is going on at this time, we are lifting you all up.
#6 Roanoke, IllinoisJohn and Linda Bucher Hodel 2017-11-30 20:35
We want to extend our sincere sympathy in the passing of Fred. Many fond memories from years back.
#5 Kewanee, ILGary & Evelyn Endress 2017-11-30 19:00
We are sorry we can't be with you to bid a final farewell to cousin Fred who was close to my age. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you.
#4 DL 2017-11-30 17:42
Fred, you will never know how special you were to me and how much I loved spending time with you. I will miss all of our drives and our trips to Dairy Queen. My heart has a hole where you were. Your family was lucky to have you in it.

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