Martin Anthony Evtushek

July 23, 1948April 6, 2016

Martin “Marty” Evtushek 67 of Berlin died unexpectedly at home on April 6, 2016. He was born in Hartford, graduated from Windsor Locks High School, class of 1966. Marty worked as a postal carrier in Kensington and later in New Britain, he was an avid Hartford Whalers fan and was a member of the booster club.. He is survived by a son, Steven Evtushek and his wife, Kelley and a daughter, Karhryn Kilponen and her husband, Ellis. He leave a sister, Carol Evtushek and a brother, Kevin Taylor , two grandchildren and several cousins. New Britain Memorial Donald D. Sagarino Funeral Home, is serving the family Burial will be private. To share a memory or send a message of condolence, please visit


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April 14, 2016

So very sad to hear of Martys' passing...He will truly be missed. He was not only a key member of the HWBC, but also a great person. He was a dear friend of the Perry and Pepe families and he always looked after my parents on all Booster Club trips. He put others before himself time after time and was dearly loved throughout the Hartford and NHL communities. May he rest in peace...God Bless...Bill Perry from Phoenix, AZ

Jean (Cariseo) Harrison

April 12, 2016

I knew Marty in High School. He was a grade ahead of me. I remember him as being funny and polite..
I am so very sorry for your loss and send my prayers to your family. May Marty Rest In Peace in the house of the Lord.

April 10, 2016

Rest in Peace Marty,I was lucky to have known you,Paula was so happy that you stopped by on Easter.we feel sorrow for Carol and his kids for there lost
and we shall remember you in are hearts.

Ken Atkinson

Al and Diane Victor

April 10, 2016

God bless you, Marty, and grant you peace in his presence forever.

Carol and Steven, our love and condolences to you and all of Marty's family and friends.

We love you, Marty.

Joanne Cortesa-President HWBC

April 9, 2016

My heart goes out to the family. I knew Marty for over 20 years. We had a lot of great times over the year especially on his trips. Rest in piece Mr Trips. Oh we won't forget about that Marty math either.

April 9, 2016

My heart goes out to the family in this difficult time, I just want you to know how much Marty meant to everybody and how crushed we all are, he was a incredible man and will never be forgotten