Muriel M. Martin

Muriel M. Martin, age 74, of Grayslake, passed away Monday, October 22, 2018 at St. Francis Hospital in Evanston.  She was born January 18, 1944 in Fall River, MA.  Muriel was a member of St. Mary of the Annunciation Catholic Church.  She was a retired teacher who had taught at Lake Shore Catholic Academy. Muriel was an avid, passionate educator in the  Catholic school system of the Archdiocese of Chicago for more than two decades. She loved to garden and read in her spare time.  She is survived by her son, Cameron Martin; her granddaughter, Lorelei Martin; and her siblings, Al Bussiere, Theresa Noel, Jackie Gates, and Diane Leonardo.  Friends of the family may visit from 11:00am until 1:00pm on Sunday, October 28, 2018 at Strang Funeral Chapel & Crematorium, 410 East Belvidere Road, Grayslake, IL 60030. A memorial service will follow immediately at 1:00pm at the funeral chapel.  For information, please call 847-223-8122 or go to www.strangfuneral.org or our facebook page.

3 Responses to Muriel M. Martin

  • Faiyaz Hassan says:

    My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

    Regards
    Faiyaz Hassan
    773-961-4658

  • Theresa Noel says:

    Muriel was a very special sister. I will miss her terribly. We did not see each other as often as we wished but I will always cherish the special visits we did have, and the many wonderful tephone conversations.

    Cameron and Lorelei, it is a big loss for you both, but please be comforted by your loving memories.

    With love,
    Aunt Theresa and Uncle Bob.

  • Angie (Montoya) Guzman says:

    I was lucky enough to have Mrs. Martin as my fourth grade teacher at Lake Shore 26 years ago! She was one of my favorites from the nine years I attended. The math games we played in her class (with pretzels, jelly beans, and fruit runts awarded to members of the winning team) and our spring performance singing ‘Beat Me Daddy, Eight to the Bar’ as the Andrew Sisters and ‘Over There’ especially stand out to me from that school year. It was clear to see Mrs. Martin was passionate about teaching, and I loved my time with her. I remember her speaking often of her children during class. My thought and prayers are with you during this difficult time.