Martin Le­bowitz

Dorchester Star - - Regional -

ST. MICHAELS — Martin Le­bowitz’s fight with can­cer came to an end at the VA in Mi­ami, FL, on Satur­day, June 25, 2016.

Marty grew up in St. Michaels and grad­u­ated from St. Michaels’ High School in 1963. Af­ter high school, Marty at­tended the Ohio State Uni­ver­sity in Colum­bus, OH, grad­u­at­ing in 1967.

In Fe­bru­ary of 1968, Marty was com­mis­sioned as a 2nd Lieu­tenant in the United States Marine Corps. Marty left the Marines in 1980 with a rank of Cap­tain. Marty went on to work in the fi­nan­cial sec­tor in Bal­ti­more, MD and Sara­sota, FL. Marty spent the last 10+ years in South Florida en­joy­ing his fam­ily, sporting events and vol­un­teer­ing at var­i­ous char­i­ta­ble events.

Marty is pre­ceded in death by his fa­ther and mother, Melvin and Mar­jorie Le­bowitz, and two grand­chil­dren, Kil­mon and Kil­mon III.

Marty is sur­vived by a brother, Ed­ward and Bar­bara Lockwood of VA, a sis­ter, Elaine and Marc Good­man of NY, three sons, Joseph G. II and An­nie Kil­mon of MD, Christo­pher Kil­mon and Michele Catino of MD, Pa­trick and Theresa Le­bowitz of FL, ten grand­chil­dren, Stephanie Kil­mon, Staci Zim­mer, Sara Kil­mon, Bethany Kil­mon, Skyler Kil­mon, An­drew Kil­mon, Joel Kil­mon, Jared Kil­mon, Reese Le­bowitz, Rae­gan Le­bowitz, Ja­clyn Joseph R. G. three great-grand­chil­dren, Annabel Ploutz, Jazmine Ploutz, Ori­ana Zim­mer, two nieces, Lisa Reynolds, Amy Lockwood, a great­niece, Julie Reynolds and a great-nephew Nick Reynolds.

Marty de­cided to do­nate his body to sci­ence in hopes of aid­ing in re­search to find a cure for can­cer. Marty do­nated his body to www.sci­ence­

In lieu of flow­ers, the fam­ily asks that any do­na­tions be made to the Mi­ami VA Health­care Sys­tem at www.mi­ and click on E-Do­nate.


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