Duane E. Martin, age 64, a resident of The Grove at Greenville for many years, passed away on Monday afternoon, June 10, 2019 in UPMC Hamot Erie.

He was born in Greenville on October 3, 1954 to Howard and Jenny (Piazza) Martin. Duane was a 1973 graduate of Greenville High School and was a member of St. Michael Roman Catholic Church, Greenville, where during his youth he served as an Altar Boy. He was an avid Pittsburgh Steeler and Greenville Trojan Fan.

Duane was an expert swimmer, enjoyed camping and competing in dart competitions. He is survived by many loving cousins. He was preceded in death by his parents.

A funeral service will be held at 1:00pm on Friday, June 14, 2019 in the chapel of St. Michael Cemetery, with Deacon Frank Luciani, officiating. Family and friends may call in the chapel of the cemetery on Friday from 12:00pm until time of service. Burial will be in St. Michael Cemetery. Arrangements have been entrusted to Loutzenhiser-Jordan Funeral Home and Cremation Services, Inc., 366-368 S. Main St., Greenville.



  1. Tim and Kathy (McDonald) Williams Tim and Kathy (McDonald) Williams
    June 13, 2019    

    Duane, all your class of 1973 members were so glad to see you at our recent reunion. You were always there… such a great guy and avid GHS fan. You will be missed. May the angels carry you to heaven.. Sympathy and prayers to your family..

  2. Sharon smith Sharon smith
    June 13, 2019    

    Your smiling face will be missed. May you rest in peace brother.

  3. Sam Alexander Sam Alexander
    June 13, 2019    

    We will miss you Duane but know that you will be with the LORD in heaven. God Bless

  4. Melody(Zahniser) Hoffman Melody(Zahniser) Hoffman
    June 14, 2019    

    I will miss you. You always had smile on your face when I came to visit you at The Grove at Greenville. You always had something to share with me. God bless you.

  5. Tom Steiner Tom Steiner
    July 3, 2019    

    I am so grateful I was in Greenville and visited you in May. My heart pours out to you. I remember the days of growing up and running the halls of the K of C back in our younger years. Many years passed and when I became a frequent visitor of White Cliff, we reunited. I enjoyed visiting with you when I came to town and talking about everything and anything. It meant a lot to me when you would pop in and visit my Dad and Step Mom at the Grove to see how they were doing. They always mentioned your visits. We always use the Steelers blanket you gave me last year. In fact it stays in my living room. It now holds an even more special meaning to me. Your strength at daily existence over the past years are commendable. Your are now at peace my friend. You no longer have to suffer. Your reunion with your Mom and Dad was a joyous occasion I am sure. I wish you happiness since you have now started this chapter in you everlasting life.


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