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Martha M. Albert

March 14, 1942May 4, 2020

Martha M. Albert was born on March 14, 1942 and passed away on May 4, 2020 and is under the care of Kenny Brothers Funeral Directors.

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Martha M. Albert

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Karen Suker-Fanning

May 30, 2020

What a wonderful teacher and one I remember so well.
I won the 3rd grade spelling bee and she made me feel so special. To this day i still mention her when the hubby asks me to spell something. Thanks, and my thoughts and prayers go out to all her family and friends. Class of 75'!

Debbie Taylor

May 28, 2020

I graduated from St. Mary's Star of the Sea in 1975. Mrs Albert was my 3rd grade teacher. I will never forget the attention and kindness that she showed me. That kindness was so greatly appreciated. My sincere condolences to you and her remaining family and friends.

Debbie Taylor

Lana Veles

May 24, 2020

Ms Albert is one of the few teachers that I will always remember from my days at St. Mary's. She was always trying to get us interested in current events and even had Bill Kurtis speak at the school, something I remember to this day. When my mom had an opportunity to interview him a few years ago, I even tried to get her to talk to him about Ms. Albert to see if he remembered that she wrote to him often or at least to let him know him coming there meant a lot to us (she didn't do it, unfortunately). My heart goes out to Ms. Albert's family. She was a good person who I'm lucky to have had as a teacher.

Wendy Hronek

May 24, 2020

She was one of my teachers at St Mary’s. She loved rainbows. She was always so nice and caring. She’s one of the few teachers I remember from being a kid. What a wonderful blessing she was.

Mike Durkin

May 23, 2020

I will always remember Ms. Albert. She was my third grade teacher in 1973. She was always so nice and patient with us. I remember her teaching us to remember and pray for MIA/POWs. In fact, she had us address them on all our papers. We would pull out a sheet of loose leaf paper, fold it in half and at the top of the fold put a cross. On the left side of the cross we put POW and on the right side we would put MIA.

Rest in Peace, Ms. Albert! POW ✞ MIA

Joanne Rogers

May 23, 2020

One of my favorite teachers. So kind and patient. She made a real impact on her students.

Christine Brooks

May 23, 2020

Miss Albert was so compassionate. She was my 3rd grade teacher at St. Mary’s Star of the Sea. To this day I still remember her daily requirement, folding the notebook paper in half lengthwise, writing a cross at the top and POW under to always remember our Prisoners of War. Such a kind soul. RIP Miss Albert.

Pam Crisanti (Martin)

May 23, 2020

I was in her first 3rd grade class at St. Mary Star of the Sea, 1962-63. She was such a kind and loving person. President Kennedy died while I was in her class and she talked to us about what happened. Miss Albert had a special graduation party in 1969 just for the students she taught in her first class. I remember her telling us that our class was her best, but a few years ago I learned that she told all her classes that. She made all her students feel special. Miss Albert was my favorite tea her of all my teachers. Rest in Peace and God Bless You, Miss Albert ... I’ll always remember you.

Karen Kimmey

May 23, 2020

My heart breaks for Marta I tried to contact her around January since I didn’t hear from her at the holidays
No words can say how much she was loved at St Mary Star of the Sea
Martha or should I say Miss Albert was my 3rd grade teacher in the 60s she always asked how my handicapped sister and mom were
Rest In Peace Miss Albert you will always hold on spot in my ❤️

Angelica Uribe

May 23, 2020

Mrs. Albert was my 3rd grade teacher at St. Mary Star Of the Sea. She was a very sweet teacher. And I remember her always talking about a young boy with cancer who raised thousands of dollars for a cancer organization. She would post printer copy pictures of his updated condition and how much he was raising on the walls of the classroom and she instilled this faith that even children were capable of impacting the world. Her spirit shall forever live on. Rest In Peace. My condolences go out for all friends and family.

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