Obit: Carney, Martin E. (1940 - 2002)

Transcriber: Stan


----Source: TRIBUNE-RECORD-GLEANER (Loyal, Wis.) 12/18/2002

Carney, Martin E. (30 SEP 1940 - 10 DEC 2002)

Martin E. "Marty" Carney, 62, Neillsville, died on Tuesday, Dec.10, 2002, at the Memorial Nursing Home, Neillsville. A Mass of Christian Burial was held at 10:30 a.m., on Saturday, Dec. 14, at St. Mary’s Catholic Church, Neillsville. Music was provided by Ronald Resong, organist, and St. Mary’s Adult Choir. The Rev. Woodrow Pace officiated. Burial was in the Oakwood Cemetery, Merrillan.

Martin Emmett Carney was born on Sept. 30, 1940, in Chicago, to Martin and Maybelle (nee Wright) Carney. He attended school in Chicago. He then worked for the Jewel Food Stores, suburban Chicago, and enlisted in the National Guard. He married Sandy Spryszak on Sept. 15, 1962, at St. Mary’s Catholic Church, Chicago. After several years of working at Jewel, he became the store manager. He left the food stores after 23 years and then started a radiator/heating and air conditioning business in the suburbs of Chicago. He sold that business and moved to Neillsville, where he worked for Lynn Dairy and most recently for Nelson Muffler. His interests included hunting, fishing and the Chicago Bears.

Survivors include his wife, Sandy; three children, Kim (Mark) Gore, Bartlett, Ill., Debra (Jay Adkins) Schenk, Pine River, Minn., and Tony (Lucy) Carney, Huntley, Ill.; five grandchildren, Nick and Sean Gore, Sarah and Josh Schenk and Hannah Carney; his mother, Maybelle Carney, Bremen, Ind.; one brother, Mike (Beth) Carney, Schaumburg, Ill; one sister, Theresa Mendlik, Bremen, Ill.; and many nieces and nephews.

The Gesche Funeral Home, Neillsville, assisted the family with arrangements.



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