Martin Lombardo

Obituary of Martin C. Lombardo

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COEYMANS - Martin C. Lombardo, 67, passed away suddenly on Monday November 1, 2021 at St. Peter's Hospital. He was born in Albany on October 15, 1954 to the late John and Rosalind Tiedemann Lombardo. Growing up he was an altar boy at St. Patrick's Church in Ravena. Marty was a chemical operator and retired from Sabic Innovative Plastics in Selkirk. He was a member of the Coeymans Volunteer Fire Department, the Coxsackie Yacht Club, and the Halfway House softball team. He enjoyed watching the Yankees and the Redskins. He loved his pool and had a green thumb when it came to flowers and plants. Driving Miss Daisy in his red 66 Chevelle SS always put a smile on his face. Marty especially loved his family. In addition to his parents, he is predeceased by his brother, John J. "Lumpy" Lombardo, Jr. Marty is survived by his beloved wife, Lynda Persico Lombardo and his daughters Deana (Jesse), CJ (Albert), and Samantha (Ashley). Papa to Natalie, Mary and Joseph. His siblings, Joseph (Ashley) Lombardo and Deborah Wulff; sister-in-law, Sandra Lombardo; and many nieces, nephews, and cousins. Calling hours will be held on Monday November 8th from 10am to 12pm at St. Patrick's Church, 21 Main St., Ravena, NY 12143, followed by a Funeral Mass at 12pm. He will then be buried in Grove Cemetery, Coeymans. In lieu of flowers donations can be made to either St. Patrick’s Church, 21 Main Street, Ravena, NY 12143 or to the Ravena Rescue Squad, PO Box 144, Ravena, NY 12143. Arrangements by A.J. Cunningham Funeral Home, Ravena. Condolences can be posted at ajcunninghamfh.com.
Monday
8
November

Calling Hours

10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Monday, November 8, 2021
St. Patrick's Church
21 Main St.
Ravena, New York, United States
Monday
8
November

Funeral Mass

12:00 pm
Monday, November 8, 2021
St. Patrick's Church
21 Main St.
Ravena, New York, United States

Burial

Grove Cemetery
Blaisdell Ave
Coeymans, New York, United States
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