Martin L. Resnick

27 mayo , 195518 enero , 2021

Martin L. Resnick, of Lexington, MA, age 65, January 18, 2021. Beloved husband of Marlene B. Simpson for 38 years and most dedicated and cherished father of David and Arim. Martin was born May 27, 1955, in Queens, NY, to Jack and the late Florence Resnick of Kingman, AZ. He also leaves behind his sister-in-law, Dale J. Simpson and his favorite Aunt Paula Goldberg.

Martin earned his degrees at Brooklyn Tech and MIT to follow his chosen field as a software engineer. He went far beyond being accomplished in his field, he was accomplished in his ability to interact with people on all levels, from elementary school kids to PhDs, many assuming Martin was also a PhD. If you didn’t understand something, Martin could figure out multiple ways to explain it to you until you did understand. He happily shared his gifts of knowledge, patience, understanding and communication to his community and colleagues.

In lieu of flowers, donations in memory of Martin L. Resnick can be made to the Esther and Frank Simon Memorial Fund, Congregation B'nai Israel, 1488 Old Freehold Road, Toms River, NJ 08753 OR a charity of your choice.

Due to Covid restrictions, burial in New Jersey will be private via Zoom link

A Zoom Memorial Shiva service will be held on Thursday, January 21, at 3:00pm


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Martin L. Resnick


Jeffrey Fox

19 febrero , 2021

Speaking of Legal Seafood, I remember meeting Marlene (probably for the first time) at the “new” Legal Seafood in Chestnut Hill. It was shortly after the original Inman Square location burned down. The Chestnut Hill location was the first with waiter/waitress service. My memories of Martin and Marlene shall always be associated with Legal Seafood. It is great that a server also has fond memories of Martin and Marlene.

Carol Bacik

18 febrero , 2021

So very shocked n sadden by this news! I feel very privileged n honored to have known Martin n his family even if was only as a server @ Legalseafood. Felt more like family. Martin always had a special charm that was infectious . My thoughts and prayers are with Marlene n the boys! I’m so grateful to have spent many a Sunday in ur presence. Thank you

Jeffrey Fox

27 enero , 2021

My condolences to Marlene and the family. I often think of Martin and I remember the times we shared at GTE, Silc, et. al.

Teena Ben-Ari

21 enero , 2021

I will alway remember the way Martin looked at my cousin Marlene. ❤️

Diane Sperandio

21 enero , 2021

Martin was always willing to help in any way. Especially with computer related or electronic advice. He made it make sense while valuing your ideas. Martin also made any chef feel pretty good about their cooking with his willingness to go back for seconds...or thirds.