Martin Zern

21 August, 19382 April, 2021

Martin Zern, age 82, of Scarsdale, New York passed away on Friday, April 2, 2021. Martin was born August 21, 1938 in Yonkers , New York.

A chapel service for Martin will be held Monday, April 5, 2021 from 12:00 PM at Riverside Memorial Chapel, 21 West Broad Street, Mount Vernon, New York 10552. Following the chapel service will be a burial at Riverside Cemetery, 12 Market Street, Saddle Brook, New Jersey.

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  • Chapel Service

    Monday, 5 April , 2021

  • Burial

    Monday, 5 April , 2021


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Judie and Allan Greenstein

6 April 2021

Dear Linda :
We are very sorry to have learned that Marty passed. He will remain in our memories as a good friend and, in Allan's case, a good and trusted colleague. We know that Marty will live on for many years in the form of his children and grandchildren.
Do you remember the good times we had at the hotel in Sturbridge, Mass. and at the Woodloch Resort in Hawley,
Pa. ?
Take comfort in your children, who will always be at your side.
Warmest regards,
Judie and Allan

Anne Rich

4 April 2021

I have so many wonderful memories of our almost 50 years of friendship.
Our trips together with Linda and Dennis brought us to so many interesting places. There are too many memories to share here! I always looked forward to your visits with Linda to my Florida home.
Our professional work together was a great source of pride for me.
We shared our children’s achievements and milestones as well as supported each other through family challenges.
So glad we stayed in touch over the years. Dennis shares in expressing our deepest sympathy.
I will miss you.

Evelyn Johnson

3 April 2021

Dear Linda and family,

We are so sorry to hear of your loss. Marty was a witty and smart man, a dedicated mentor to his students, a reliable, always current tax mind and a pleasure to work with, as was often mentioned by Harold over many, many years of association. He was a blessing.

Evelyn Johnson