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Hoffmeister South County Chapel

1515 Lemay Ferry Road, St. Louis, MO

OBITUARY

Joseph Thomas Marty

September 13, 1957August 28, 2020

Joseph T.Marty Gunnery Sergeant, USMC (Ret), son of the late John A. Marty Sr., and Joanne (Donovan) Marty, passed away August 28, 2020. Brother of John A. Jr., (Kathy); Jeffrey L. (Karen); Jerome C.; Jay P. (Carol); James E.; the late Joanne M. Fulton (Ken) Jene P.; the late Jason R.; Jody F. (Liz); and Jill Zmuda (Luke); Brother-in-law of Mary Marty and Helen Marty; Cousin, Uncle and Great Uncle and friend to many. Services from Hoffmeister Funeral Home, Lemay Ferry Road Visitation at St. Martin of Tours Church, Lemay, MO on Thursday, September 3, 2020 from 9 am until the time of Mass of Christian Burial at 10:00 a.m. Interment with full military honors will follow in Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, please make expressions of sympathy in Joe's memory to the Wounded Warriors Project.

GySgt Marty served with USMC 1975-1996. He served with 2/4 in Okinawa, Japan; I&I Duty in Des Moines, Iowa; with Fleet Anti-Terrorist Platoon in Norfolk, Virginia; including Operation Just Cause in Panama, where he earned the Combat Action Ribbon. Joe went on to serve numerous tours with C1/1 out of Camp Pendleton and retired as the S-3 officer at the “Marine Corps, Ground Combat Training Center”, Twenty-Nine Palms, California, September 1996.

  • FAMILY

  • John A. Marty Sr.,, Father (deceased)
  • Joanne (Donovan) Marty, Mother
  • John A.. (Kathy) Marty,Jr., Brother
  • Jeffrey L. (Karen) Marty, Brother
  • Jerome C. Marty, Brother
  • Jay P. (Carol) Marty, Brother
  • James E. Marty, Brother
  • Joanne M. Fulton, Sister (deceased)
  • Ken Fulton, Brother-in-law
  • Jene P. Marty, Brother
  • Jason R. Marty, Brother (deceased)
  • Jody F. (Liz), Brother
  • Jill (Luke) Zmuda, Sister
  • Mary Marty, Sister-in-law
  • Helen Marty, Sister-in-law
  • Our dear Cousin, Uncle and Great Uncle and friend to many.

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Services

  • Visitation at St. Martin of Tours Catholic Church

    Thursday, September 3, 2020

  • Mass of Christian Burial-St.Martin of Tours Catholic Church

    Thursday, September 3, 2020

  • Commital Service-Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery

    Thursday, September 3, 2020

Memories

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Todd Bloom

September 6, 2020

Joe was my Platoon Sgt. When I was a young Marine. I'll miss him. God rest him and keep him.

Brian Calkins

September 4, 2020

Served with him at Fast CO. Many good memories. Semper Fi!

Garry Mccord

September 3, 2020

Rest easy Marine

Edward Wright

September 2, 2020

Served with him in the late 80s, was one helluva Marine! Semper Fi Gunny!

Nate jacobusse

September 2, 2020

Semper Fi Gunny. You were a good man and Marine. I will always remember fishing with you in SC.

Mark and Sonia Toomey

September 2, 2020

GySgt Marty and I were stationed together in the mid 70s at Camp Pendleton. He was there when one of my sons was born and was around seeing my sons growing up. He even took them out camping when they were older and the kids had a great time with him and still to this day they still remember the great times they had with Uncle Joe. We will all miss him very much. I pray for the family going through this tough time.
Semper Fi my brother

Robert Dunkle

September 2, 2020

GySgt Marty and I were stationed together in the mid 70s at Camp Pendleton as Corporals. Joe & I enjoyed working with Southern California Off-road Racing Enterprises and making trips to Mexico. Over the years we lost contact, and then regained them. As far a I feel, we are brothers with a bond that only Marines know exist. I know Joe's in a better place and has had all of his pain removed. I pray for the family during this tough period and wish them the best. Semper Fi my beloved friend

John Thomas

September 1, 2020

GySgt Marty thank you for everything during your time as my Company Gunny!! My time on active duty as a Marine on your watch especially during our deployment to Okinawa in 1992 was by far what every Marine hopes for!! Work Hard!!! Play Hard! Semper Fi,
Teufel Hunden!

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FROM THE FAMILY

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