Jones, Rich & Barnes Funeral Home

199 Woodford Street, Portland, ME


Stanley Roger Martelle

May 5, 1946September 9, 2020

Dateline: Portland

Stanley Roger Martelle, 74 died September 9. He was born in Portland, May 5, 1946 a son of the late Albert and Susan Cardilli Martelle, graduating from Deering High School in 1964. Stanley had worked for Sebago Moc for 39 years retiring as a foreman. He then worked for the Portland Sea Dogs until health issues forced him to retire. He is survived by his sister, Marilyn Webster of Westbrook, 3 nieces, Lisa Buotte, Melanie Slaton and Marcie Martelle, 4 nephews, Steven Webster, Terry Martelle, Thomas Martelle, Timothy Martelle and several great nieces and nephews. Stanley was predeceased by his brother, Thomas Martelle and a great nephew, Kevin Buotte. A graveside service will be held at 11 am Thursday, September 17 at Brooklawn Memorial Park, Congress St., Portland. Please visit www.jonesrichandbarnes.com for further information. Arrangements are by Jones, Rich & Barnes Funeral Home.


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Deborah Cox

September 17, 2020

I was so glad I got to spent time with you at the Barron Center. You were always a great person. You will be miss. I enjoyed working at Sebago with you.

peter jeffery

September 16, 2020

my condolences from peter jeffery ( coworker at sebago)

Marvin Foley

September 16, 2020

I'm sorry to hear of your passing. I remember all the good times we had playing sports while growing up. You and your brother were always fun to be around. Rest in peace buddy.


September 15, 2020

As a teenager working summers in the Sebago finished goods warehouse and later full time in the office, I remember Stan well and liked him. He loved the ponies and would always be seen with the Scarborough Downs racing program in his back pocket.

Julia Cheney

September 15, 2020

Have not seen Stanley for many years. Our mothers worked together at S.D. Warren so we were with them several times. One day we went to Scarborough to watch and play the horses. Stanley told him mother to bet on "5 and 3" for the daily double, but Sue did not want to. My mother said, "I'll bet on 5 and 3 for you, Stanley" (she had never played the horses to my knowledge before). Well 5 and 3 came in and my mother won $154.00!! I have a photo of our mothers and Stanley from that day holding the money. I have thought of Stanley and Sue (she was such a great cook and shared her recipes with my mother) often and feel so sorry Stanley has passed. I wish to express my sympathy to his family.

Philip lyons

September 15, 2020

Stan (the shoe man) helped create many fond memories for us over the years. He shared his mother's recipe for sauce and we made trips to get bread at Botto's bakery on Sunday mornings. We enjoyed many trips to the track and shared a lot of losing stories. Marilyn and family we are so sorry for your loss. Stan was a great guy and one of a kind! Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

Phil and Celia Lyons

Mary Lou Winslow

September 13, 2020

Cousin, I am going to miss you. You surely have had a battle these past few years but now you are home with your Mom and Dad and Nonna. I know they were waiting for you with open arms. No more discomfort only painless happiness and love. I will miss your humor and witty remarks but I wish you to rest in peace. Give Tom a big hug for me and see if you can help the Red Sox , will ya? Love you forever. MaryLou

Nancy Legere

September 13, 2020

Both Richard and I were so saddened to hear of Stan's passing. He has so many fond memories of their years working together at Sebago. Our condolences to all of you.


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