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Re: GRAEBER/MARTORELL

Posted: 29 Jul 2013 9:17AM GMT
Classification: Query
Here is Mary Martorell's obit.
Rayedene

GALVESTON DAILY NEWS
March 3 2001
Mary Jane Graeber
Martorell
GALVESTON - Mary
Jane Graeber Martorell
passed away on Friday,
March 2, 2001, at her home
in Galveston. A gathering
in her memory will be held
on Sunday, March 4, 2001,
from 3 p.m. to 7:00 p.m., in
the Memorial Room of
Broadway Funeral Home,
Galveston.
Mary Jane was born March
9, 1926, in Gay Hill. Texas,,
to Louis and Lydia Muery
Graeber. As a young adult she
moved to Galveston, calling
the island home for many
years. Living on the island
and working, Mary Jane was
employed by Joe Grasso &
Son, Inc.
Belonging to civic organizations
and enjoying the company
of many friends, Mary
Jane was an active member
in the Ladies Auxiliary to the
Brotherhood of Railroad
Trainmen, several bowling
leagues, the Sand Dollar
Chapter of American Business
Women's Association, the
Executive Career Women's
Association and the Women's
Propeller Club, Port of Galveston.
Mary Jane is survived by
her husband, Frank F. Martorell;
her son, Charles E.
Martorell and wife, Carol; one
grandson, Patrick F. Martorell;
her granddaughter,
Lori Martorell Fickessen and
husband, Keith and also her
great-granddaughter, Katie
Suzanne Fickessen, all of
Galveston. Sharing in this
loss, also, is Mary Jane's
brother, LeeRoy Graeber and
wife, Audrey of San Antonio,
Texas, her sisters-in-law,
Theresa Martorell Franzen
and Mary Martorell Flex and
husband, Jim; two brothers-
in-law, Angelo Martorell and
Edward C. Martorell; many
nieces, nephews, cousins,
other relatives and friends.
In lieu of flowers, Mrs. Martorell's
family is requesting
that memorials in her
memory be made to The Hospice
Care Team, Inc., 1708
Amburn, Suite C, Texas City,
Texas, 77591-2436 or to the
charity of your choice.
Also, this opportunity is
taken to extend a great appreciation
to caregivers,
Cheryl Manos and Nancy
Motte for the delicate and
loving care. Your kindness will
most always be remembered.
"Aunt Jane" or "GeGe," as
she was affectionately known,
will be greatly missed.
Broadway Funeral Home
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
cmclarinet 14 Jul 2013 7:22PM GMT 
deeno 29 Jul 2013 3:17PM GMT 
cmclarinet 4 Feb 2014 10:52PM GMT 
Lori Martorel... 4 Feb 2014 3:47AM GMT 
cmclarinet 4 Feb 2014 10:59PM GMT 
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