Lester Martin Obituary, Death Cause – Lester Martin III, who resided in Ellington and passed away on Friday, July 15, 2022, did so in his residence, which was also the place where he met his terrible end. His passing came as a complete and shocking surprise. He was the oldest son of his late mother, Arlene K. (Rowe) Martin, who has since passed away, and his late father, the late Lester M. Martin, Jr. He was born in Hartford on August 10, 1958. He was given the name of his mother, who had passed away.
He is survived by his mother, Arlene, who lives in Enfield; his three children, Matthew Dubreuil and his wife Guila of Enfield, Leslie Martin and Zechariah Martin of Wales, Massachusetts; his three siblings, Matthew Martin of Enfield, Lisa Martin and her partner Bill Schweitzer of Windsor Locks, and David Martin of Enfield; his grandson Noah Dubreuil; his niece Natasha Schweitzer; his stepdaughter Elizabeth Martinez and stepson Matthew Martinez; and his cat Kit.
Both his wife Tina and his sister Crystal Martin passed away before he did. Tina was his wife, while Crystal was his sister. He was the last living member of his family to pass away. Lester was a good-natured and considerate man who genuinely worried for the health and happiness of his family members, including his brother, uncle, and grandfather in addition to his wife and children. In addition to this, he was deeply concerned about the health of both his brother and his uncle.
He was always willing to help in any way that he was capable of doing so successfully, and he did so without hesitation. It brought him a great lot of happiness to go for a stroll around Crystal Lake, where he could take in the wonderful scenery of the natural landscape that was all about him, and where he could also spend additional time with his beloved cat, Kit. The people who lived at Crystal Lake and the surrounding area had a tremendous deal of affection and sympathy for him. When they find out that he has passed away, his family and friends will definitely experience a profound sense of sorrow.