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ECK, Martin F.

ECK, Martin F.

Martin F. Eck, age 68. Dearest father of Matt (Kara), Mike (Cheryl), Mark, and Melissa. Loving grandfather of Elianna, Kassidy, Michael, Clementine, Xavier and Makinsley. Marty is also survived by his former spouse Michelle and sister MaryEllen.  He was preceded in death by his parents Arthur and Mary Ann (nee Calvey) brother Art and sister Eileen.

Marty passed away on December 3rd, 2020. He was a friend to many and made many more laugh with his bad jokes and self-deprecating humor. He was born and raised in Brooklyn, Ohio and never strayed too far away. He wore many hats over his lifetime including, umpire, referee, construction company owner/laborer, lifeguard/manager, bus driver, underground utilities locator, and probably many more. He loved gardening and hanging out at the Hopp Inn. Most importantly he loved bringing people together.

Marty’s Celebration of Life is Friday, July 2nd, 2021, at 2:30pm. It will take place at the Grand Pavilion (7619 Memphis Ave, Brooklyn, Ohio in Brooklyn, Ohio, and everyone who loved Marty is invited to the BBQ to share in his love. For details on Martin’s July celebration of life visit this page- offer condolences please visit the family’s tribute page created for him-


Messages of Condolence

  1. Marty, Marty, Marty…
    Dear friend,
    you made me laugh like no other
    The stories of your encounter with coaches and players, left us all in stitches.
    One thing I will always remember from Marty,
    “Volleyball is just a game, lighten up, and learn how to coach”
    Rest in peace good friend

  2. Thank you Marty for being such a great friend and bringing such laughter and crazy to the world that you have touched again thank you and ♥️

  3. I reconnected with Marty as we planned our BHS 50th reunion, and he always had a story or joke. Seeing the postings on Facebook makes this quote especially apropos…
    “He will be well remembered because he was so well loved.”

  4. Add to Marty’s many titles, Gold Circle rack specialist. He quit Brooklyn Pool to work at Gold Circle one summer and later declared, “Stupid! Worst summer of my life!” So Marty!

    For all of the laughs you brought to my life, my friend, thank you. Rest now in God’s peace.

  5. All my sympathy on the death of Marty. Truly a unique gentleman loveable but always with an edge. His unbelievable humor will be missed.Rest in peace Marty .

  6. Condolences to Marty’s children, grandchildren and his entire family. Marty was a friend to me in High School. He will be missed.

  7. Please accept my deepest sympathy to Marty’s family. I know you are really going to miss him. Rest in peace!

  8. I miss you!
    We were supposed to live longer than this. Play with our grandchildren.
    Together like we used to say. Marty and i spent a lot of time together after high school. We setup a dark room. Took lots of a photos. We had long conversations about life and how we were going to survive.
    Whatever we did we always had fun!

    God bless you and your family

    Augie Pacetti

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