I went to Morris Catholic with Marty. I am so sorry to learn about this tragedy for him and his family. God bless you, Marty. May you rest in peace.
Kevin Peacock, high school classmate
We could not talk much because he always went to bed very early, but we had some very interesting deep conversations, some of them while we were watching the 2000 World Series on TV. I really admired him for all that he accomplished in such a small period of time, and for being so full of life. It was a pleasure meeting Marty. I am also really sad and sorry for his family and his mother, who helped me so much when I just arrived to this beautiful country and I was lost and confused. Marty told me that I will have success in this country: I know I will.
A loving son and brother and a loyal friend. A smile and personality so bright, it could illuminate any room you entered. The world was cheated, having you and the other victims taken from it so soon. You are loved so much and missed terribly. I hope and pray that you are happy and at peace.
Julie Boryczewski, Sister