Dr. Charles E. Martin M.D.
May 6, 1924  -  May 6, 2018

Dr. Charles E. Martin M.D.

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BrownDugger Funeral Home
1010 N. 7th
Perry, OK  73077
Sunday, May 13, 2018
2:00pm-8:00pm
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First Baptist Church
601 N. 7th
Perry, OK  73077
Monday, May 14, 2018
1:30pm
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Perry Memorial Hospital Foundation
501 North 14th Street
Perry, OK  73077

Perry Rotary Club/ Dr. Martin Scholarship for health careers
P.O. Box 388
Perry, OK  73077


I served in the Army.

Charles E. Martin, M.D., child of God, faithful husband, loving father, and a physician for 50 years, died on his 94th birthday, May 6, 2018, in Perry, Oklahoma. The son of Archie Olind and Mary Elizabeth (Barnett) Martin, he was born on May 6, 1924, in Vinita, Oklahoma.
Dr. Martin was a devoted physician whose interest in medical care and promoting good health lasted through his long career and retirement. He also wanted to contribute to Perry in as many ways as he could.
He practiced in Perry from 1952 until his retirement in 2001, starting in an office on Sixth Street on the east side of the courthouse square, then on Cedar Street on the south side of the square, then on Delaware Street in the block west of the square and finally at Perry Memorial Hospital in the doctors’ wing.
He was especially devoted to his obstetrical patients and enjoyed taking care of moms and babies. He delivered about 2,000 babies, mostly at Perry Memorial Hospital but also while serving in the Army, particularly at Fort Hood, Texas, after returning from the Korean War. Pictures of the babies he delivered lined the walls of his office. He often said that “all the babies were miracles.” Dr. Martin would open his office on many evenings to see patients, and he made house calls. He loved helping, comforting, and taking care of people.
After graduation in 1941 from Stillwater High School, he enrolled at Oklahoma A&M College (later Oklahoma State University), joined the Army Enlisted Reserve Corps and began taking pre-med courses. After World War II began, the Army called him up to active duty and set him on course to receive his medical training at the University of Oklahoma. He received a B.S. in biological sciences in 1946 from OSU, where he belonged to academic honor societies, and completed his M.D. at OU in 1948. He was discharged from his first tour of duty in the Army in 1946.
While serving his medical internship in 1948-49 at the University of Wisconsin, he met his future wife.
On July 2, 1949, he and Marjorie Billmeier were married at Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church in Saginaw, Michigan, her hometown. Soon after the Korean War began in 1950, Dr. Martin re-enlisted in the Army and became a battalion surgeon. He served in Korea for 10 months, treating wounded soldiers near the front lines and received the Bronze Star for “meritorious achievement in ground operations against the enemy in Korea.”
Dr. Martin completed his Army service at Fort Hood, Texas, in the obstetrical unit. There were two doctors working 12 hours on and 12 hours off delivering babies. After his Army service, he and Marjorie decided to move back to Oklahoma and chose Perry to begin his family practice.
He was a family physician from 1952 to 1990 and a member of the Perry Memorial Hospital staff. One of the highlights of his career came in 1964 when he had the happy experience of delivering the Clark triplets, Cary, Chris and Charles.
From 1991 to 2001, Dr. Martin was the medical director at Perry Nursing Home and Green Valley Nursing Home.
He was a member of the Perry First Baptist Church and was a choir member and Sunday School teacher. He served as volunteer physician at Falls Creek Baptist Church Camp for most summers from 1968 until 1990. He taught Sunday School at Green Valley Nursing Home for several years in the 1980s and 1990s. Far into his later years, he continued to study the Bible and memorize Bible verses that he would discuss with visitors as a comfort and a blessing.
He was committed to the education of Perry youth and was a member of the Perry Public Schools board of education 1959-74, serving two terms as president. He advocated for construction of the current Perry High School building.
Dr. Martin was an active supporter of Perry Carnegie Library, serving on the board 1992-2002. After he retired, he could be found most days reading newspapers at the library, as well as talking with friends and checking out books. In 2010, the Perry Carnegie Library Reading Garden was dedicated to Charles and Marjorie.
A member of the Perry Rotary Club since 1953, Dr. Martin became a Paul Harris Fellow in 1988 and served in several roles as an officer in the local club. He and Marjorie hosted a Rotary Exchange Student from Brazil, Gabriel de Carvalho Jacintho, in the early 1970s.
He was active in the Boy Scouts of America as a boy and as an adult. In 1937, he attended the first Boy Scout Jamboree, held in Washington, D.C., a wonderful experience that he always remembered. In Perry, Dr. Martin was active on the adult level 1953-2000. In 1963, he was the recipient of the Silver Beaver award, the top award given by the Will Rogers Council of the Boy Scouts.
Dr. Martin participated in many facets of community life. He was a member of the Perry Chamber of Commerce board of directors, and in 1963 he was the first person honored as Outstanding Citizen of the Year by the chamber. Dr. Martin was also a member for many years of the Noble County Board of Health, Noble County Genealogy Society, Cherokee Strip Historical Society, American Legion Ellis-Jirous Post 53, and Stagecoach Community Theatre, serving on the board and acting in plays. He was a member of the board of directors of First Bank and Trust 1959-89. In 2007, he and his wife were parade marshals at the Cherokee Strip parade.
Visitation at Brown-Dugger Funeral Home will be from 2 p.m. till 8 p.m. on Sun., May 13. The family will be available at visitation from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Following a private interment at Grace Hill cemetery, a memorial service will be held at 1:30 p.m., Mon., May 14, at the First Baptist Church in Perry. Rev. Kim Hays will officiate. Directly after the service, the family will receive friends in the fellowship hall. Services are under the direction of Brown-Dugger Funeral Home.
Memorials may be made to the Perry Memorial Hospital Foundation or the Perry Rotary Club to support the Dr. Martin Scholarship for health careers, P.O. Box 388, Perry, OK, 73077.
In addition to his wife, Marjorie, he is survived by four children and their spouses: Mary Ann (Gordon) Matzke, Kay (Tom) McCarthy, David (Julia Karlak) Martin and Ken (Mary) Martin; grandchildren and their spouses, Nicholas (Phoebe Hardefelt) Matzke, Amanda (Aramis) VanSandt, Neil (Leah) McCarthy, Mary (Brad Walton) McCarthy, Hugh (Lauren) McCarthy, Katie Martin, Ross Martin, Ben Martin, Meredith Martin, Jonathan Martin and Peterson Martin; great-grandchildren George VanSandt, Joan VanSandt, Lucy McCarthy, Valerie McCarthy and Everett McCarthy; caring friend Debby Kime Knott of Perry; and exchange student Gabriel Jacintho of Sao Paulo, Brazil, and many nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by his parents, sister Mary Martin Arceneaux, brother James Martin and their spouses.

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  1. Major George R. & Nancy Stirman
    Perry, OK

    Our deepest sympathy and thoughts are with the Martin family in the tremendous loss of Dr. Charles. What a wonderful man and family that has graced Perry with much joy, love and kindness. He is missed.

  2. Jerry Phillips
    Stillwater, OK

    Although i did not meet him, until several years ago, he was a kind, caring man, and never too busy to say hi and give you a smile. He will be missed, and my thoughts and prayers, for the Martin family.

  3. Ron & Carolyn Myers
    Norman, OK

    Our thoughts & prayers to the family.Dr. Martin was our family physician for 7 years we lived in Perry.He was truly a thoughtful compassionate man.We also attended First Baptist Church and he was always in the choir on Sunday. Manytimes having to leave to go assist someone.Numerous times he came to our home to give medical treatment to one of us.He removed my tonsils at age 28...he said they were the worst he had ever seen.He brought them out of the operating room and showed them to Carolyn.He will be missed in the community but he truly served the Lord grandly..

  4. Kathy Voise Krieg
    Columbia, MO

    I’ve been reading all of the messages and all of them are so true of Dr. Martin. He was the only Dr. we ever went to. When I was in the middle of my freshman year in college I had an appendix attack. I remember him ( with a smile) telling me I will feel better after they are out. A few days later I was upset because I was missing my classes. He comforted me with a smile again telling me that it will work out and if I didn’t feel like catching up that I could always go back the second semester. He made it sound so simple and that was just like Dr. Martin, always smiling. Not too long ago when my Uncle was in the nursing home, I went to his room to visit him. Told him who I was and that he remembered me. Not really sure if he did or not but again smiling telling me about his family. What an honor to have known this wonderful, caring, and dedicated man. Bless Mrs. Martin and her children for this loss.

    Kathy Voise Krieg

  5. Dean & Sharon Courtright
    Perry, OK

    Dr. Martin was our family physician for many years. The world was a better place for him having been in it. Family and friends are in our thoughts and prayers as they grieve the loss of this wonderful man.

  6. Barbara Holt
    Perry, OK

    A kind, caring, gentle giant of a man.

  7. Don Chaffin
    Ardmore, OK

    I have spent more than just a little time contemplating Dr. Martin's contribution to my memories since learning of his passing. Until graduating from Perry High School, I knew no other doctor. I can still remember the distinctive smell of his office and the many times I sat in his office waiting for him to repair or heal me or one of my parents or brothers. He was a constant. The one we could always depend upon when things were going wrong. The one who showed up at the house when one of us contracted the measles, the mumps, chicken pox, etc. The one who drained our knees, set our broken bones and removed our tonsils. All done with a smile and a knack for making us feel better sooner than expected.

    I know what it's like having to share a parent with other children of Perry. While it was not always easy, it was always with a sense of pride in my father. Mary Ann, Kay, David , Kenny and , of course, Marge.....thank you for sharing your father and husband with the Chaffins and the rest of the citizens of Perry for so many years. We were the reasons he sometimes missed your games and school events. We are some of the thousands of lives he poured in to for so many years. We hope we were worth it.

    Don

  8. Mark Thompson
    Perry, OK

    Dr. Martian was our family doctor when I was a child. He was always friendly and kind. I was never frightened of Dr. Martian. Rest In Peace Sir.

  9. Ashlee Phillips
    Salina, KS

    Dr. Martin will be missed he was a wonderful man he delivered all but two of my grandparents Jessie and Dorothy Phillips children and I had the pleasure of growing up in Perry and have a lot of great memories of talking with him every time I would go to Rotary with my papa

  10. Carla Hamm Brand
    Nichols Hills, OK

    I was in 2nd grade when we moved to Perry and Dr. Martin became our family physician. He made many late night house calls to the Hamm residence to care for the 5 of us. One I especially remember (I must have been 8 or 9) was when I had a horrible earache. After examining me, Dr. Martin, in his calm and reassuring manner, said to me that he was going to give me a shot. As he approached with the syringe, I promptly kicked him in the stomach and dove off the other side of the bed. He left without giving me the shot. However, the next morning mom had me at his office first thing, and I received my shot. I was so embarrassed about my behavior that for years I had a difficult time looking him in the eye. Dr. Martin was such a kind and gentle healer, no doctor has ever lived up to his wonderful bedside manner and calming presence.

    Dr. Martin, Marjorie and their children were such a part of life on Country Club Drive. From riding in the back of Marj's little Ford station wagon to attend "supervised play" activities in the summer, to playing in their backyard and then moving into the pasture where we played all day & then moving to our front yard where baseball games and kick-the-can were both summertime rituals on Country Club Drive. Our childhoods were idillic where all of the families who lived on that street contributed to an "All American" childhood, where we were welcomed & safe.

    My prayers are with Marjorie and the family. While it is difficult to lose one's husband and father, the separation will be short as all will be reunited in God's time. Rest in peace, Dr. Martin, you hold a special place in my heart.

  11. Carla Hamm Brand
    Nichols Hills, OK

    I was in 2nd grade when we moved to Perry and Dr. Martin became our family physician. He made many late night house calls to the Hamm residence to care for the 5 of us. One I especially remember (I must have been 8 or 9) was when I had a horrible earache. After examining me, Dr. Martin, in his calm and reassuring manner, said to me that he was going to give me a shot. As he approached with the syringe, I promptly kicked him in the stomach and dove off the other side of the bed. He left without giving me the shot. However, the next morning mom had me at his office first thing, and I received my shot. I was so embarrassed about my behavior that for years I had a difficult time looking him in the eye. Dr. Martin was such a kind and gentle healer, no doctor has ever lived up to his wonderful bedside manner and calming presence.

    Dr. Martin, Marjorie and their children were such a part of life on Country Club Drive. From riding in the back of Marj's little Ford station wagon to attend "supervised play" activities in the summer, to playing in their backyard and then moving into the pasture where we played all day & then moving to our front yard where baseball games and kick-the-can were both summertime rituals on Country Club Drive. Our childhoods were idillic where all of the families who lived on that street contributed to an "All American" childhood, where we were welcomed & safe.

    My prayers are with Marjorie and the family. While it is difficult to lose one's husband and father, the separation will be short as all will be reunited in God's time. Rest in peace, Dr. Martin, you hold a special place in my heart.

  12. mary krout gidre
    Glencoe, OK

    The best Dr ever

  13. Keith Karcher
    Perry, OK

    Marge my deepest sympathy to you and your family. He was our family Dr. for years always so nice and understanding. He is in heaven awaiting all the rest of us.

  14. Pat M Grim
    Perry, OK

    I am truly sorry for your loss. Dr. Martin was a wonderful person and will be greatly missed. You are all in my thoughts and prayers.

  15. Marysneed
    Perry, OK

    Such a kind and giving man.He will be missed

  16. mary krout gidre
    Glencoe, OK

    The best Dr ever

  17. Eddetta Beier Grant
    Sand Springs, OK

    Dr. Martin was a wonderful doctor, friend and all around person. I enjoyed him at the genealogy meetings as well. My deepest condolences to his family. He will be greatly missed.

  18. mary krout gidre
    Glencoe, OK

    The best Dr ever

  19. Melinda Dunn
    , OK

    Sometimes you have patrons that stick with you long after you leave the library, Dr. Martin would be one of those. Dr. Martin would give me 'special assignments' to look up for him about different historical events. One time he had me research something, after I looked it up for him he said, 'that was too violent for you to read about.' He then told me to go home that night and read something from Psalms to help cleanse my heart and mind from it. When I told him that I was going to be leaving to teach, he bought me a book about measles, mumps, and bumps and diseases kids might have so that I could be 'prepared' for what I might see...ever the caring doctor even though he retired when I was just barely in school myself. He will be dearly missed. He'd always come in and read the Wall Street Journal and New York Post with his suit, tie, and hat...everyday no matter the weather he'd be dressed to the nines. He was such a classy Christian gentleman. He was born the same year as my own grandfather. I kind of looked up to him as if he was my own grandfather figure in a way, and treated him how I'd want someone to treat my own if he was still living. (that was my motto anytime someone elderly came in the library----treat them how you'd want someone to treat your own grandparent...so sometimes that meant spending 30 minutes helping them on a computer. Sure I could have been putting books 'in the system' but what was more important 'a book going on the shelf’ or helping an elderly patron get help that otherwise they could not have done on their own?) It was because of that motto that I became so close to Dr. Martin during my years at the library. I will always cherish those moments. Dr. Martin served our country, the community and was also faithful servant of the Lord. He will be greatly missed by all who were privileged to know him . My thoughts and prayers go out to Mrs. Martin and the family during this time.

  20. Kelli (Schwandt) Kindschi
    Orlando, OK

    Dr. Martin set a standard that will never be surpassed. Such a kind, gentle, caring man. I wonder how many of us he brought into the world. Thoughts and prayers to his family. He will be very missed by very many. 🙏❤️

  21. Dudley & Linda Watson
    Park Hill, OK

    Very sad to learn of the loss of this great individual. He was a very caring doctor and family friend. Doctor Martin has long been a pillar of the Perry community. Rip.

  22. Steve Kime
    Edmond, OK

    Two precious memories of Dr. Martin come to mind. First, sitting in the choir at First Baptist Church Perry and then always left to service to help someone. Second memory, I'm about four years old and he comes to our home to give me a shot to help me get well. Kind, gentle, gracious, and thoughtful man. Cared for others in his special way. Honored to say Dr. Martin also became my friend in his latter years. Blessings to the family during this great loss.

  23. Carol Condit
    Mustang, OK

    One thing I want to say is HappyBirthday in heaven Dr Martin you were a blessing to all of Perry . My mom talked dearly of you and Dr Brown the time she worked with them both . Prayers are with the family

  24. Teresa Stahl
    Perry, OK

    My condolences to the family. I have many fond memories of working with Dr Martin. He was a wonderful person.

  25. Kim Yowell Thompson
    Stillwater, OK

    I was so saddened to learn of Dr. Martin's passing today. What a wonderful and gentle soul! Dr. Martin is one of my favorite people... always has been. From the house calls he made to my visits in his office, he always had an answer and he was always right. He was professional and had the best bedside manner I have ever known. What a sweetheart of a man. Love, prayers, and sympathy to your precious family. The world lost a shining light yesterday.

  26. Mary Jane Durkee Kendall
    Stiklwater, OK

    My thoughts and prayers to the Martin Family. Dr. Martin was my Dr. growing up. I remember I had to have the back of my head sewed up and I asked him to let me know when he began. He said, “I’ve already made two stitches”. A great man.

  27. Brad Finley
    Perry, OK

    The man needs a statue! This is almost like losing Billy Graham!

    Everybody and every couple should have the Martin’s for role models. That would solve the world’s problems.

    RIP Doc!

  28. Kristi Tearney Strubhart
    Edmond, OK

    I join a legion of others who are thinking right now "I will never forget him." Very few people can say they made a positive impact on the lives of nearly everyone they encountered. Dr. Martin did. Thank you for sharing him so generously with the Perry community.

  29. Ron & Sondra Kasl
    Tulsa, OK

    A wonderful person and a very great next door neighbor many years ago.

  30. Colin and Marcy Lewellen
    Perry, OK

    It was always great to have such a wonderful doctor as your neighbor. He not only took care of us neighborhood kids, but he cared for the whole city. Dr. Martin wore big shoes and no one will ever be able to fill them. God gave him a calling and he answered it his whole life until his health wouldn't let him. Mrs. Martin and his whole family will be in our prayers and thoughts and my family has a lot of warm thoughts of this great man.

  31. Jeanie (Monus) Cyphers
    Oklahoma City, OK

    My deepest condolences and prayers for the family of Dr. Charles Martin.
    Dr. Martin was a man that meant so so much to so many. I can't put into words how much he meant to my life personally. God please comfort the family of this wonderful man.......Thank you Dr. Martin for everything.

  32. Troy and Brenda Woolery
    Perry, OK

    Our deepest sympathy to the family. May God give comfort and peace.

  33. Fran Johnson
    Perry, OK

    My Deepest Heart felt prayers for the family. Dr. Martin was the first person I met in Perry. Just months from loosing my first born child in Georgia. I was so Blessed to meet this Blessing we all called Dr. Martin. And I was two weeks along with my now 36 yr old daughter. He never once left my side.. I will always be Blessed by Doc. Through the eyes of my daughter. And I KNOW one day I will see him again... See you on the other side Dr. Martin... Much love n heart felt prayers...

  34. Karen Wilson Douglass
    Colorado Springs, Colorado, OK

    Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this time of both joy and sadness. Dr Martin was such a great man.. He will truly be missed...
    He was not only our family Dr but a friend who always had time to stop and say hello. We celebrate his life !
    May our Heavenly Father bring comfort as your family reflects on his life and share precious memories!

  35. Larry D Clark
    Richardson, TX

    We have lost a truly great man. He was the most caring man and Doctor. He will be long mourned and never forgotten. RIP Dr Marten.

  36. Marilyn Monus Turvey
    McAlester, OK

    He and Dr Martin worked very close together at Perry Memorial Hospital and at Falls Creek First Aid Station. Dr. Martin and his family were such precious Christian people. I loved growing up on Perry ! What a blessing Doc was to so many. My prayers of love comfort and strength to family and friends.

  37. Patty Bible
    Perry, OK

    What a wonderful life; what a wonderful man! I know it's unbearably hard to "lose" him -- he defied the odds for so long. We cannot take the pain away, but we grieve with you. Much love to all of you!

  38. Debbie Terrel
    Perry, OK

    You are in my prayers, you delivered my children. Taught me how to crochet, to reduce stress. Made house calls..

  39. Cheryl Nida Jete
    Perry, OK

    Dr. Martin delivered me in his office, Father's Day, 1956, as he did many back then. Mama said they had to get him out of church. My boys had gotten into something in south Texas, before our visit home to Perry in December, 1984. It had their eyes nearly swollen shut and they had huge blisters. We called Dr. Martin out, he said it was probably poison sumac. He gave the boys steroid shots for a couple days and they were fine. He was so caring and kind. Doctors don't make house calls anymore. Prayers of comfort for the family. God bless~

  40. Ashley Heath
    PERRY, OK

    Dr. Martin will be very missed by so many! Thoughts and Payers to the family during this time!

  41. Linda Frazier
    Perry, OK

    My very deepest condolences to his family. He was the best doctor around. He delivered my two kids David and Laura. Never will be another doctor like him.

  42. Velma Crawford Perry
    Hermitage, TN

    The news of Dr. Martin passing truly made me feel some kind of way; so hard to explain. First, my sincerest condolences to all of the Martin family and friends. As I know you will miss him, so will I and I can’t begin to image how much the community of Perry will as well. He gave so much to all of us; I’ve known no other doctor in my lifetime who truly allowed God to use him to help so many without any hesitation!! When Dr. Martin stood in front of you, you knew the healing process was well on the way. Thank you Martin family for sharing your husband, Dad, uncle, grandfather, etc. with all of us. His light will continue to shine bright through all of you; you’re all such lovely, genuinely caring people. Dr. Martin will certainly be an asset to heaven. Again we all loved him dearly and yes, he will most certainly be missed!!!
    Velma Crawford Perry
    Hermitage, TN

  43. Keith Karcher
    Perry, OK

    Marge my deepest sympathy to you and your family. He was our family Dr. for years always so nice and understanding. He is in heaven awaiting all the rest of us.

  44. Kyla Golay
    Orlando, OK

    Some people make an impact on their community that will always be remembered. Dr. Martin is certainly one of those individuals. We have lost an icon.

  45. Kelley Kueck
    Perry, OK

    So blessed to have known him.... so honored to have been one of his nurses. I’m going to miss him.


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  47. Ann (Waren) Hentges
    Stillwater, OK

    Dr. Martin was so kind and compassionate. He was such a caring doctor - made house calls, too. My deepest sympathy to Marj and family. A great man.

  48. Sage Chenoweth
    Perry, OK

    I will always remember Dr. Martin and his trademark hat, his smile, and being an honored American Veteran. I cherish his notes he would deliver thanking me for our Veterans Day Assembly.

  49. Ann (Waren) Hentges
    Stillwater, OK

    Dr. Martin was so kind and compassionate. He was such a caring doctor - made house calls, too. My deepest sympathy to Marj and family. A great man.

  50. Sherydee Toone
    Perry, OK

    Dr. Martin was such a kind, gentle and soft spoken man. He was our family doctor and so respected by my parents. A pillar of the Perry community. Mrs. Martin and family, my sincere condolences in the loss of your husband and father. May God comfort you in your time of grief.

  51. Carl Thompson
    Meridian, ID

    He fixed my broken arm when I was 4 years old and he was awesome, He was our Dr for many years, we loved him. Rest in peace Dr Martin.

  52. Christina Dolezal-Herriman
    Oklahoma City, OK

    What a Great Man! He will be missed for sure. Prayers in the following days for Marge! Christina Herriman

  53. Gary Voise
    Tulsa, OK

    Dr. Martin was our family doctor for many years. My condolence to all of the family. The best doctor ever.

  54. Susan Howee
    Stillwater, OK

    A wonderful man will be missed by so many. Thoughts & prayers for the Martin family.

  55. Lyle & Bobbie Davison
    Stillwater, OK

    Please accept our sincere condolences at the passing of Dr. Martin. He was a great man who was loved and respected by so many people. The family is in our prayers.

  56. David Mason
    Perry, OK

    What can be said when a saint passes into God's hand. Dr. Martin will be someone who an entire town honors. He was an amazing man. Choosing to practice medicine medicine in Perry was a huge blessing of us all. Mary Ann, and family has are deepest thanks. you don't find another man in this lifetime to live up to the standards set by him. May God Bless his soul.

  57. mary krout gidre
    Glencoe, OK

    The best Dr ever

  58. mary krout gidre
    Glencoe, OK

    Best Dr ever. Delivered my daughters June and Cari. Came to my house and helped save my son Michael's life. I will always be greatful to him and the Lord.

  59. Linda Luthye
    Perry, OK

    To the Martin family --I am so sorry for your loss. Dr. Martin was a great man. He was the most caring man and Doctor-- he will be missed by many.!

  60. Bill and Shirley Tearney
    Stillwater, OK

    Marge and children: Your husband and father was one of (if not THE) finest gentlemen that ever walked on earth. Our entire family loved, admired and respected him. May he rest in peace. Our love & prayers. Bill & Shirley

  61. Cary Clark
    Edmond, OK

    What a great doctor and more importantly, a great human we have lost. Marj and all the family, my deepest sympathy. The good dr. was *always* so caring, kind, & generous. I was always proud to say "that's the doctor that delivered me and my brothers." Prayers of strength and comfort to you all.

  62. Larry & Donna Kukuk
    Marion, KS

    So sorry for your lost Dr Martin will be remembered as a great man may he rest in peace

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