Born Nov. 9, 1944 to Nolan W. and Olive Genivieve (Ginny) Marshall.
Member of the Price 4th LDS Ward.
She enjoyed genealogy, being a member of the Daughters of Utah Pioneers, socializing with her friends and staff at Parkdale Care Center. She enjoyed being with her many nieces and nephews.
We would like to thank Bishop Gerald Lloyd of the Price 4th LDS Ward, Dr. Potter and her friends and staff at Parkdale Care Center.
She is survived by Reah Patterson, Price; James Marshall, Bountiful; Dave and Patsy Place, Carbonville; Dennis and Cindy Marshall, Price; 13 nieces and nephews; many great nieces and nephews. Preceded in death by parents.
Viewing will be Oct. 3 from 6 to 8 p.m. at Fausett Mortuary. Funeral services will Oct. 4 at 11 a.m. at the Price 4th LDS Ward at 545 East 400 North. There will be a viewing one hour prior to services at the church.
PRICE - Our loving father, grandfather, brother, longtime friend and dear neighbor, Sam S. Martino, age 90, passed away Sept. 28, 2006 at Parkdale Care Center, where he was a resident for the past two and one-half years.
He was born April 21, 1916 in Valdez, Colo., to John and Rose Giardino Martino.
When Sam was a child, the family moved to Hiawatha, where he began working in the coal mines at the age of 17. He continued living and working in the area. On June 9, 1941, he married Mary Ann DiMaggio in Kansas City, Mo.
After a number of years in Hiawatha, the family moved to Price, where he co-owned and operated the Capital Club.
Sam was a dedicated and a faithful member of the United Mine Workers of America, Hiawatha Local 6363. He enjoyed hunting, fishing, working in his yard, and his gardens where some of the best around.
My dad is my hero.
The world has many heroes who have won a world of fame, heroes who have given their all to win in life's great game.
But of all the famous heroes that our changing world has had, there's not a one I look up to or admire more than my dad.
To me, my dad's a hero, though he'd turn away from praise.
He's heroic in his quiet strength and his gentle, giving ways he may not make the headlines.
You won't see him on TV. But I think my dad is everything a hero ought to be.
He always keeps his promises, on that I can depend.
He's loyal to me, no matter what and he'll always be my friend.
So when I think of heroes and the great things that they've done, I feel the way that I've always felt, my dad's the greatest one.
Survived by two daughters, one son and their spouses, Rosanne and Ronald Kulow, Price; Sarie and Dan Guy, Carbonville; Sam Jr. and Diann Martino, Price; sister, Florence Jernigan, and brother, Jay Martino, both of Price; seven loving grandchildren and 12 and one-half great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by parents; wife, Mary, who passed away Sept. 10, 1997; brothers, Pete, Joe, Jim; and sister, Rose Stafford.
Funeral Mass Monday, Oct. 2, Notre Dame de Lourdes Catholic Church. Committal service Price City Cemetery. under the direction of Mitchell Funeral Home
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