Robert S. Martinec

Robert S. Martinec

Thursday, January 14th, 1932 - Monday, March 2nd, 2020
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Robert S. Martinec, of North St., Arcade, died Monday March 2, 2020 in the Gateway Home, Attica, New York at the age of 88.

He was born January 14, 1932 in Daisytown, Pennsylvania a son of the late Andrew and Anna (nee Kubis) Martinec. He was a graduate of Daisytown, PA High School. He served in the U.S. Marine Corps during the Korean War from April 17, 1951 through April 16, 1954. He was a printer for Ansel Press in Buffalo and also worked for 15 years at Prestolite. He was a member of the Arcade VFW.

He was the husband of Rosine (nee Mandolene) Martinec, the beloved father of Heidi (Rudolph) Bersani of Dallas, TX and C. Lee (Paul Chipps, Jr.) Martinec of Reedsville, WV; and grandfather of Rudolph J. and Hunter Bersani.

There are no calling hours. Services will be held at the convenience of the family. Memorials may be made to Gateway Home, 91 Main St., Attica, NY 14011.
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Jeffrey L Martinec

Posted at 08:14pm
My Uncle Bobby was one of my Dad George's favorite to call when we would visit. Uncle Bobby would come and visit my Dad and we would always call to talk if not. My Dad was almost a hundred when he passed, but he was sharp to end and would always want me to call to see if Bob could come and visit. On one call Uncle Bob said his tires weren't real good and my Dad said to come and he would buy some new tires for him. They really got along great and really enjoyed gabbing. My Dad's hearing aids helped a lot, since they were all deaf from their military service. Uncle Bob will be missed! May God bless him and the family he leaves behind. Jeff Martinec, son of Lita and George. Brother to George Jr and Anita.
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