Doris M. Martin

May 16, 1939 ‒ February 28, 2020

Ashley, Ohio

Doris M. Martin, age 80 of Marengo passed away Friday, February 28, 2020 at Bennington Glen in Marengo.

She was born on May 16, 1939 in Delaware to the late Murray and Margaret (Morris) Long. Doris was a graduate of Scioto Valley High School and for the most part a lifelong resident of Delaware County.  A homemaker, she also worked as a secretary for Jack Maxton Chevrolet in Worthington.

Doris was a longtime member of Alum Creek Friends Church.  She loved being around children and enjoyed babysitting for families in Ashley.

In addition to her parents, she was also preceded in death by her  former husband Clyde Martin, adored son H. F. “Frankie” Martin, brother Harry Long, and Sisters Avonne Long, Amy Louise Ziegler and Sister David Marie Long

]She is survived by her beloved grandchildren: Frank, Bethany, Katlin, Amanda, and Emily, brother Donald (Sandra) Long, sister-in-law Joyce Long, nieces and nephews including, Jan (Ruso) Silva Sanchez her care provider, Harry “Rob” Long, Rachael (Chris) Blue, Kara Long, Kori (Ryan) Southers.

Friends may call from 1:00 – 2:00 pm on Tuesday at the Snyder-Rodman Funeral Center 101 Valleyside Dr. at W. William St., Delaware, Ohio 43015 where services will follow at 2:00 p.m. with celebrant Marvin Hintz officiating. Burial will follow in Ashley Union Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers memorial contributions can be made to Bennington Glen 825 State Route 61, Marengo, Ohio 43334 or Heartland Hospice 685 Delaware Ave., suite 300, Marion, Ohio 43302

Condolences may be expressed at www.snyderfuneralhomes.com

  • I work in activities at Bennington Glen. Also knew Doris from church. She was such a great and caring person. We worked together at vacation Bib!e School for many years. She will definitely be missed. Prayers for the family.

  • My deepest condolences to her family and friends that are left to cherish her memories ..Doris was a joyful soul and i will remember her witty personality and our long talks about life ..she taught me many things and the saddness of lose for those you loved so deeply ..my grandchildren will miss her personal touch and caring ways ..miss you my friend, heaven gets a another angel ..Psalm 56 : 8

  • So sorry to hear of her passing.She was a strong-willed woman.I enjoyed chatting with her at Debbies house.You can see your son,now Doris.RIP

  • Doris was the person that made you want to try harder to be a better person. For many years she would mail out Birthday, Anniversary, even Get Well Cards for Alum Creek Church. She invited her Son and Family to live in her home when he returned home from Germany in a wheel chair. I remember taking her out to just look at Christmas Lights, oh how she loved them. But what I remember most was watching her with the children after Church on Sunday mornings. They would circle her wheel chair and she would hand out candy to each one. Making little comments about there outfits or a ribbon in there hair. Always something to make each child fell special. Doris I will miss you and your beautiful smile but God has granted your wish of many years. You are in Heaven running, walking and taking with Frankie and the rest of your family.