Frank D. Martz Ellwood City Frank D. Martz, 62, of Rhode Island Ave., Ellwood City. passed away Friday, June 1, 2018. at UPMC Presbyterian Hospital.
Born January 26, 1956, in Hamburg, N.Y., he was the son of Thomas L. Martz of Ellwood City and the late Patti J. (Milliren) Martz. He was married to Dana (Pocza) Martz on February 16, 1980.
Frank graduated from Lincoln High School in 1975 where he then went on to obtain an Accounting Degree from Geneva College in 1979. He started working at ESB Bank in 1973 as a stock boy and rose through the ranks upon his retirement in 2015 as the Group Sr. VP of Operations. Frank enjoyed hunting and fishing, walking his best friend, Dude, playing basketball, and mostly cherished times spent with friends and family.
With his father and his wife, survivors also include a son, Tom (Jessica) Martz of N.C.; a sister, Terri (Rick) Weingartner of Ellwood City.
He was preceded in death by his mother, Patti.
Friends will be received on Wednesday June 6, 2018, from 10 a.m. until the time of the memorial service at 11 a.m. at the Slippery Rock Presbyterian Church with Rev. Carolyn Moss officiating.
The family also wishes to extend their appreciation to the doctors and staff of the CTICU-ward and UPMC Presbyterian Hospital for their kind and compassionate care.
In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to the Holy Redeemer Ministerium Social Services (Food Bank), 603 Bridge St., Ellwood City, PA 16117 or the Slippery Rock Presbyterian Church, 258 Slippery Rock Dr., Ellwood City, PA 16117.
Arrangements have been entrusted to the MARSHALL FUNERAL HOME.
Online condolences may be sent to marshallsfh.com.
Dana and family I am so sorry for your loss. Dana I worked at ESB in Troy Hill and Frank was always so funny he was such a happy man and he will be missed! You are in my thoughts and prayers.
Deepest sympathies – I will always fondly remember our days at ESB and Frank’s huge contributions to our ESB family. He was a good soul that has left us way to soon. RIP good friend!
I was shocked and saddened to hear of Frank’s passing. I am so very glad that I got to see you both at my workplace a couple of months ago, even though it was very brief. My sympathy goes out to you, Dana, and to your son.
Dana and family- I am so sorry for your loss. It was such a pleasure to care for Frank and get to know you. We really grew so fond of Frank and prayed for the best possible outcome for him. Apparently God has a better plan in store for him and I pray for you and your family to find strength through this difficult time. I also pray that Frank has found his peace.
Dear Dana and Tom, I am so sorry to hear of the passing of your husband and Tom of your son. Tom, I recall the first day your son came to work a ECF. And Dana I also recall when you and Frank started to date ,my heart fells very sad for you both.
My sincere thoughts for you both,
Dear Dana and Tom,
Just read about the passing of your husband. I worked with you at ECF as a teller and remember all the fun we had together. I am so sorry for your loss. I know how much you will miss him – he was always so kind and patient and had a wicked sense of humor. My thoughts are with you – as you remember him, you will laugh as well as cry.
Dana, my name is Rob Deemer. Through a chance encounter, my brother Bill learned of Franks passing just today as he was reading a small magazine from Geneva College. There was a notice of Frank’s passing in there. I am so very sorry for your family’s loss. He was a great guy!
Both of my brothers, my father and myself I have very fond memories of hunting with Frankie for years and years at Camp 9 Point. I was thankful last year for having the opportunity last fall to meet with Frank and Tom and my brothers and my dad at a small restaurant in Portersville to talk and reminisce. We had a really nice time that evening, if only for an hour or two.
You and your family have all of our family’s belated sympathy and heartfelt wishes as you move forward.
Rob, Bill Sr, Bill Jr, and Luke Deemer.