Martin Porozynski

May 20, 1949 - April 17, 2018

Martin J. Porozynski of Brecksville passed away on April 17th after a long illness. He is survived by his brother Philip (wife Cynthia), nieces and nephews of Indiana and also many close friends. He was the son of Eugene and Mabel both deceased. He was former owner of Olde Eight Auto Parts in Northfield OH, he had a passion for mechanics, reading philosophy, history and talking with his friends. 

Memorial service: Saturday April 28, 2018 at 10 am at Broadview Hts. Baptist Church 9850 Broadview Rd, Broadview Hts. OH. Private interment. Family suggests donations to your favorite charity or Broadview Hts. Baptist Church. 


Phillip G Martin "Cowboy"

August 18, 1954 - March 21, 2017

Please help us in remembering our cowboy, Phillip Gene Martin.  Cowboy passed @ home with his family by his side. He is survived by his life partner, Barbara Wharton, children Goldie (Jason), Nora, Barbara, Kenny, Johnny, and grand children, Dallas, Christine, Tylor, and Samantha. Along with many other friends and loved ones. Cowboy (Phil) came into our lives and took on many roles that many people would shy away from. When he met his spouse, Barbara Wharton, he became her rock. He took care of not only her, but also her family until his sickness took over. Her children became his children. Her grandchildren became his grandchildren. He wasn't just some random person. He became a husband, a father, a grandfather. Phil's purpose in life was to take care of us. And he did just that. Cowboy made sure his grandchildren were always fed, clothed and stable. Phil also made sure his step-children and grandchildren always had a Christmas, birthday. Anyone who knew Phillip personally knew how passionate he was about his family, his animals, cooking for everyone and anyone, fishing and junking. Every day he'd bring home some crazy things he'd found that day. While he enjoyed all of those things, Cowboy also suffered through many health issues over the years. But he never worried about that or himself. Cowboy's main priority was to take care of his family. Now it's our turn to take care of him. We are asking if anyone could donate to help pay for a memorial service and death expenses. Every dollar counts and every dollar matters. He deserves the best. All of the money raised will be handled by Cowboy's daughter, Goldie Burrows. We will never forget his stubbornness, his feistiness and most importantly we will never forget the love he had for each and every one us. 

We love you, Cowboy. This isn't a "goodbye." It's "See ya later.                                                                                                                                                                       

A memorial will be held Sunday April 2, 2017 at 4pm at Willo Lake Church 32959 Lakeshore Blvd, Willoughby, Ohio 44095. Join us in celebrating his life with food and cowboy laughs after memorial service.

Doris S. Lundgren-Martin

March 22, 1916 - October 31, 2016

Doris S. Lundgren – Martin, age 100, passed away on October 31 at her residence. She was born March 22, 1916 in Painesville, to Mark and Maude (nee Doing) Sewell. Doris graduated from Andrews School for Girls in 1936. Her career as a professional seamstress spanned at least 40 years. She was employed by local high end clothing stores and continued working from home well after retirement well into her 90’s. For 20 plus years Doris was very active in local civic organizations, including Emblem Club #85 Painesville chapter. She also volunteered with the American Red Cross, Lake Hospital Systems, and was a Lake County election poll worker.She is survived by her sister in law, Louise Dib of Las Vegas, NV; children, Ronald Lundgren (Kathy) of Atlanta, GA, Robert Lundgren of Painesville; grandchildren, Michele Lundgren, Susan Jones; great-grandchildren, Bailey, Maddi, Sam, Joe, Katie, and Devin. Preceded in death by her brothers, Harold and Delbert Sewell; her first husband, Maurice Lundgren and grandson, Peter Kerin.

Services will be held on Monday November 7 at 5 p.m. at Zion Lutheran Church, 508 Mentor Ave., Painesville. The family will receive friends 1 hour prior to the service. Final resting place will be Crown Hill Cemetery in Vienna, OH.

In lieu of flowers donations can be made to Hospice of the Western Reserve, 17876 St. Clair Ave, Cleveland, OH 44110. Arrangements by Blessing Cremation Center (440) 352 8100.