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Montclair-Lucania Funeral Home

6901 West Belmont Ave, Chicago, IL

OBITUARY

Martin J Carlino

August 12, 1946March 10, 2020
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Martin J. Carlino, 73, U.S. Army Veteran of the Vietnam War; was born in Oak Park, IL on August 12, 1946, and born into eternity on March 10, 2020, surrounded by his loving family. Martin was the beloved husband of Dawn (nee Maire); loving father of Vincent (Kathryn), Chris, Nicholas, and the late Kara Ann; dear son of the late Vincent & Dorothy; adoring grandfather of Matthew and Daniel; fond friend of many.

Visitation Monday 3PM-9PM; Final Viewing Tuesday 9AM, Celebration of Life Service 11AM at Montclair-Lucania Funeral Home, 6901 W. Belmont, Chicago; info 773-622-9300, or go to www.Montclair-LucaniaFuneral.com.

Services

  • Visitation Monday, March 16, 2020
  • Final Viewing Tuesday, March 17, 2020
  • Celebration of Life Service Tuesday, March 17, 2020
  • Committal and Interment with Military Funeral Honors Tuesday, March 17, 2020

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Michael Delejewski

March 23, 2020

Dear Dawn, Nicky, and the whole Carlino Family,

My deepest sympathies and most heartfelt condolences on Marty’s passing. I have had the pleasure of knowing Marty as a coworker and good friend since 1995. My first recollections of Marty were when he was what I call a member of the Uno posse. I would see Marty, Dan, Tippy, and the brothers DeYoung (Randy and Rick) roll into our break room and start yacking away and laughing while playing a few hands of Uno. Well, I eventually got to know them all well and got to hear the stories and practical jokes which came before and during my time at the office. Well, I never laughed so hard in my life.

It was from early 2004 and up to his retirement in early 2007 when I had the privilege of working directly alongside Marty as his squad mate. It was during our time working together I really got know Marty and developed a deep appreciation and joy from spending 8hrs a day alongside him. Always quick witted, no matter how I was feeling, Marty, often in bantering with his sidekick Randy, could always make me smile and help put things into perspective. After retiring from the Bureau, Marty kept in touch with Randy which eventually led to those two hatching meet ups at Hawkeye's a couple times a year. Those Hawkeye’s meet ups were some of my fondest memories. Meeting up with Randy, Marty, his son Chris, and other work colleagues, was always a great time, catching up on our lives, recounting old work stores, and hearing about Nicky and his love of hockey. Thank you for all the great times and memories bud, you will be sorely missed.

My warmest regards to you all. I am truly sorry for your loss. I wish you all the best in these particularly trying times.

James Walker

March 13, 2020

I met Marty in 2005 when I first joined the security staff at Ravinia . Marty was a special supervisor who was firm while also being very gentle. He was respected by all and was always visible on the lawn supervising staff.
Being a huge Sports fan, (particularly Northwestern), we had many conversations about how to improve the Chicago teams. Marty and I had the answers but no one took our advise.
He loved the Wildcats and never gave up on them . While working on the sidelines of the Cats football games , he always shared his thoughts(and frustrations) with me about the games. I cherished those moments with Marty and will miss those private conversations.
Marty was simply the BEST!!!! R.I.P. Marty. See you on the other side.

Garth Miller

March 12, 2020

Marty was a great influence on me for 28 years at Ravinia, Northwestern and other venues where we worked together. Always calm, insightful and thoughtful Marty was depended upon by all who knew him for rational, measured advice. More than this he was a true friend who we all depended on to raise our spirits when we needed it. He was an avid Wildcat fan who travelled across the country to support his team. Most of all, he was a devoted father and husband. A day rarely passed that I didn’t hear about Nick, hockey and Dawn. Despite his tremendous work ethic, family clearly was the most important thing in his life. He will be sorely missed by family, friends, coworkers and the many patrons on the north lawn at Ravinia with whom he interacted for years. Enjoy your well earned peace, my friend.

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Biography

Martin J. Carlino, 73, U.S. Army Veteran of the Vietnam War; was born in Oak Park, IL on August 12, 1946, and born into eternity on March 10, 2020, surrounded by his loving family. Martin was the beloved husband of Dawn (nee Maire); loving father of Vincent (Kathryn), Chris, Nicholas, and the late Kara Ann; dear son of the late Vincent & Dorothy; adoring grandfather of Matthew and Daniel; fond friend of many.


Visitation Monday 3PM-9PM; Final Viewing Tuesday 9AM, Celebration of Life Service 11AM at Montclair-Lucania Funeral Home, 6901 W. Belmont, Chicago; info 773-622-9300, or go to www.Montclair-LucaniaFuneral.com.