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This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, marty limeberry sr, 54 years old, born on October 25, 1956, and passed away on October 25, 2010. We will remember him forever.

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Life with Marty Sr

June 6, 2012

Marty became my step brother in the 70's although with Marty their wasn't any step in it you was his sister. Marty was always there for me, you always knew Marty had your back he would never aloud anyone to say any thing about you or lay a hand on you. I have so many memory's with Marty and wish I could share everything with everyone but there isn't enough room to do that. I am very thankful for Marty being there for me when Dad had cancer. I lived in Arizona and was coming to Ind to spend time with Dad and Marty was the one who came to the airport to get me. He knew how hard this was going to be for me. Dad was my life, But Marty stay by my side. June 18,1986 Dad lift us and went to Heaven. What a sad day that was for many of us knowing we wouldn't have him here on this earth with us. Through this, there was a lot of bad feelings between me and some others so going through the funeral was going to be so hard. Marty came to me and said I will be with you and no one will say or do anything to you! Marty walk through that journey with me and there is not enough words to say what that meant to me.
Years had gone by between Marty and I but nothing never changed. I was healed of breast cancer and Marty too had been healed of cancer, out of the blues Marty called and we spent hours talking about the Bible and God he knew it was God who healed him. Marty had so many questions about the Bible and I was blessed to beable to share the knowledge with him.
In 2004 my Aunt in Ind passed away and by my surprise Marty was there at the funeral home for me and my sister's. Marty had also gave me something that he had made his medal chimes. (He was so proud of them).

I was Blessed to have Marty as my brother. He will always be loved and missed by me. I will see him again some day in Heaven. Marty I Love You!!!!  



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