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Christopher A. Martin

February 10, 2021

Christopher A. Martin, 55, of Watertown passed away Wednesday evening, February 10, 2021, at Samaritan Medical Center.

Chris was born in Watertown on February 9, 1966, son of the late Francis "Barry" and Marianne R. Myers Martin. He was a 1985 graduate of General Brown High School. He enjoyed drawing and will be remembered for his funny sense of humor.

Chris is survived by his sister and her husband, Shalane "Shelly" and William Jones, Greenwood, IN; two nieces, Ariel Jones and fiancee Louis Stumpf and Ashlyn Jones, all of IN; great nephew, Abel Stumpf; two aunts, one uncle, and cousins.

Burial in Glenwood Cemetery will be his family's convenience. Arrangements are entrusted with Cummings Funeral Service, Inc., Watertown and online condolences may be posted aat www.cummingsfuneral.com.

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#9 Nancy Shannon Abbott 2021-02-12 21:28
Dear Shelly and family, Chris will be missed dearly. I was worried about him when Jeff passed away Jan 13. They were so close. I cannot believe they are both gone. These are hard times for us. Rest in peace Dear Chris! I will cherish all the good memories!
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#8 Kathy Stenard Burns 2021-02-12 20:04
I'm so sorry for your loss. Chris grew up down the road from me and I remember him coming to play in our yard- climb to the tree house or swing on the rope swing. My condolences.
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#7 Sherry 2021-02-12 14:01
Shell, I still can't believe he's gone. I will miss his simple ways, his humor and his kind heart. I was talking with Judy about him the other day and reminiscing. We had some pretty good chuckles thinking of the times he went to Canada with us and some of the bus rides spent laughing and enjoying his humor when we were younger. I'm so glad I got to talk to him and tell him he was family to me. My heart is with you guys even though I can't be. Love you all!
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#6 Arlene Williams 2021-02-12 12:08
Shelley Chris and I are so sorry for your loss. I remember you kids growing up. Mom and I met in the 6th grade and were friends since. Your Dad knew Donnie from before we even met. Keep the good memories in your heart and know he is with Mom and Dad now
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#5 Wayne C. Warner 2021-02-12 11:26
Shelly, I was very sorry to hear of Chris' passing. I hadn't seen him since just before he moved out to In. to be near you and your folks. He was his usual bubbly self, big grin and all. I really miss your entire family as we were all so close all of our lives, your Dad and I from 3rd grade on and your Mom since she was a teenage candystriper.
You are in my thoughts.
Wayne Warner
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#4 Steven Thomas 2021-02-12 08:51
Dear Shelly, I am really sorry to hear that your brother Chris past away . After school I did not know where he went to live ,yes he was funny and always had a kind word and a smile . He will be missed by all who new him . Take care Shelly your classmate from 1986
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#3 BillieJo Thompson 2021-02-11 22:20
Dearest Shelly & Family
My sincere condolences to you & Family. Shelly I remember your brother smile & laughter he would certainly light up a room. God Bless you & Family
I hope to hear from you soon. Your friend from GB High School.
Love ya BillieJo (Busto) Thompson
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#2 Mary Jo Katon 2021-02-11 18:37
Shelly and family: We are all so sorry for your loss. I never met Chris , but I remember you from when you were in Watertown and I was working at Case Junior.

Mary Jo (Martin) and Mike Katon
Debby (Martin) and David Marsala
Todd and Julie Martin
Susan Martin
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#1 Cassi Jesmer 2021-02-11 17:25
Chris was good friends with my Uncle Norbert. I remember going to visit him on State Street. We went to a fun concert in Syracuse years ago. He was hilarious, and we always had fun. My thoughts are with Chris and his family and friends. May he rest in peace.
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