Glenn Martin, 52, active in the Pa. Farm Bureau
Glenn E. Martin, 52, McVeytown (Mifflin County), died Friday, Oct. 25, 2013 at his home.
Born April 6, 1961 in Ephrata, he was a son of Vera (Eberly) Martin Zimmerman of Stevens, and the late Aaron Martin. He was a stepson of the late Eli Zimmerman. His wife, Kaye L. (Landis) Martin, survives.
Also surviving are four children: Katie Trunk and husband Adam of Rome, Pa.; Aaron G. Martin and wife Alicia of Lititz; Neil D. Martin of Lancaster; Nathan S. Martin of Lock Haven; seven siblings: Harvey Martin and wife Grace of Chambersburg; Arlene Martin and husband Lawrence of McClure; Erma Weaver and husband Noah of Manheim; Marian Musser and husband Harold of Lititz; Luke Martin and wife Sandra of Lititz; Grace Zeiset and husband Marvin of Manheim and Anita Martin and husband Glen of Stevens.
Employed as a veal farmer, Glenn also had been active in the Pennsylvania Farm Bureau.
He was a member of the Locust Grove Mennonite Church in Belleville.
Private services will be held at the convenience of the family with Pastors Max Zook and Ivan Yoder officiating. Interment will be in Locust Grove Cemetery, Belleville.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Locust Grove Mennonite Youth Fellowship, 3358 West Main St., Belleville, PA 17004.
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