Martin C. Landesman
Date of Passing: April 12th, 2018leave a condolence read condolences
Martin C. "Marty" Landesman, 71, of Utica, passed away Thursday April 12, 2018 at Bassett Medical Center in Cooperstown, with his loving family by his side. He was born October 27, 1946, in Utica, the son of the late Ernest and Rachel Philipson Landesman. He was educated in Utica schools and attended Utica College. At one time he was employed as a Mental Health Attendant at Utica Psychiatric Center. He later owned and operated, along with his wife, Raffael's Unlimited Fashion Apparel. Marty was currently employed as a Data Research Operator with Zogby Analytics. Marty enjoyed playing cards with his buddies, visiting casinos and race tracks, traveling to Las Vegas and cruising every port in the Caribbean Islands. Together for 31 years, he is survived by his wife, Virginia Hardt Landesman; three brothers, Jerry, Eddie and Laura and Allan; three nephews, Seth, Joshua and Eathan; mother-in-law, Virginia Gina Hardt; sister-in-law, Regina Talerico and Mark; brother-in-law, Tom Maugeri; nieces, Kelly, Chelesea, Ashley and Jamie; nephew, Tommy; great nieces, Bella, Carmella and Arya; and his canine companion, Boca. He was predeceased by his father-in-law, Charles "Buddy" Hardt; his sister-in-law, June Maugeri; and his first canine companion, Bubbles, who will always remain in his heart. The funeral will be Sunday at 11 am at Congregation Zvi Jacob Synagogue, 110 Memorial Parkway, Utica, with Rabbi Howard Matasar officiating. Interment will be in Tiferith Zvi Cemetery, Whitesboro. Meeting with the family will take place Sunday from 10-11, prior to the funeral. In memory of Mr. Landesman, kindly consider Congregation Zvi Jacob Synagogue. Arrangements are with Bentz Funeral Service, Inc., New Hartford.
The Santalucia Family would like to extend its deepest condolences with regard to the passing of our friend, Martin "Marty" Landesman. Marty was a kind, patient and generous man. Our thoughts and prayers are with the Landesman Family during this time of mourning. May "Marty" rest in peace. We will miss him.
Gino M.Santalucia, MD and Family
Cousin Virginia, I am so sorry to hear your husband Marty passed away. I will always remember his kindness and thoughtfulness to my sons Brian, Mark and Michael who flew in from California for my mothers funeral. He arrived at my mother's house the morning my sons were flying back with 3 boxes of Tomato Pie, all consumed by the time they boarded the plane. You and your family are in our prayers. Cousin Dolores and Jimmy.
My dear friend Marty..gone too soon.A good heart has stopped beating, a good soul ascended to heaven.. Rest in Peace,until we meet again...
Thomas J Saladino
A thought of comfort and condolences to you and family. Marty was a true gentleman and dear friend he will be missed.I was shocked and saddened by your call and notice,I was waiting for my “Gin Rummy” partner to come home. I will miss Marty, my prayers go out to you and family for strength during this very sad time. Marty my friend one day we’ll see each other once more with GOD’s Grace. I’ll bring a deck of cards my friend. Rest In Peace........Rocco and family
Dear Virgie and family, my heart goes out to all of you.
May he rest with the angels.