In Memory

Marty Winick

Marty Winick

Martin Shelton Winick

May 18, 1950 - February 8, 2017

Winick, Martin

Devoted father of Alexandra Bloch (Michael) and Andrew Winick (Ilene); cherished grandfather of Hudson and Sawyer Bloch, Blake and Hunter Winick; loving son of Eleanor Winick and the late Julius Winick. Graveside Services will be held at Mt. Olive Cemetery, 27855 Aurora Road, Solon, OH Monday, February 13 at 11:00AM. Family will receive friends at the residence of Lexie & Michael Bloch, 265 Meadowhill Lane., Moreland Hills 44022 IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING SERVICES MONDAY UNTIL 5PM. & 7-9PM and TUESDAY 2-5 & 7-9PM. Contributions are suggested to Dogs Unlimited Rescue, 23205 Mercantile Rd., Beachwood 44122.

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02/11/17 11:39 AM #6    

David Skoke

I really got to know Marty when I worked for him at Julius, his men's clothing store on Chagrin Blvd. He was a good guy with a kind heart. Very sad news.

02/11/17 12:48 PM #7    

Judith Waxler (Mintz)

My heart is so heavy to have heard the news of Marty's passing. We were very good friends at Wiley. I too remember him as always smiling  He sat behind me in every class. We shared family stories and class gossip together. I have such a difficult time accepting these class deaths as I feel we are still young. He was an amazing habbadasher at Julius with great taste in style and clothing. 

My thoughts and prayers go out to his family, children and grand children. May he Rest In Peace. Judie and Alan Mintz  


02/11/17 01:53 PM #8    

Andrew "Andy" Haas

Marty was a great guy, so sad to hear this. He always had a big smile and kind words for everything.  I send my deepest condolences to his family.

02/11/17 06:13 PM #9    

Paul Gold

Shocking!  Very sad news!  Marty was such a nice guy....Always had a clever way to add a really funny punch line to his dry sense of humor....

02/12/17 01:35 AM #10    

Carey Gordon

I remember Marty well from Taylor elementary school.  A funny kid who got along well with everyone.  Another of our group bids farewell.

02/12/17 04:17 PM #11    

Karen Jacob

I am so sad to see that Marty has passed. He was a sweet, kind, caring guy. Way too soon. RIP

02/12/17 09:04 PM #12    

Ronald Schwartz

I am deeply struck to hear about Marty's passing. We lived 2 streets apart and walked home together many times from Wiley Jr High. We attended several rock concerts together. In high school, he bought tickets for us (Marty had connections) to see Jimi Hendrix at Music Hall in Cleveland. The tickets were in the center of the theater, in the second and first rows. He gave me the first row and he sat in the second. That's the type of friend he was. My girlfriend couldn't attend so I asked other people if they wanted my extra ticket. It was a school night and people either could not go or asked, who is Jimi Hendrix? The ticket was never used and I still have it. Marty played a mean sax. He had a passion for music and style. I remember his beautiful mother, great times and his parents cars; T-birds for Mom (& Dad) and Avanti's for Dad. Rest in peace my brother! You are missed!

02/13/17 12:18 PM #13    

Nanette Marein (Ross)

Marty and I grew up together as my mother's sister was a Winick.  It is so nice to see all the comments/memories about Marty.  I just returned from his funeral and will be going for shiva tomorrow.  I will print these pages out and give to his children , Drew and Lexie.  I am sure they will appreciate all that has been said.



02/14/17 12:31 PM #14    

Ronna Rutman (Treinish)

So sorry to hear the sad news about Marty. He really was a nice guy. Condolences to Drew , Lexie, and family. 

09/23/20 05:49 PM #15    

Andy Szabo

I visited Mount Olive Cemetery today to place a stone on my Dad'd grave and to tell him I will always love him and how my life is going.

I saw Marty's grave. I am very sorry for his family's loss. I remember Marty as a very good guy.

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