Robert V. Martz

In the comfort of his home, Robert received his angel wings on March 5, 2018 after a short struggle with cancer.
He is now in heaven with his beloved wife - his everything, Deloris. They are with their grandson, Brendan. They are all smiling down upon us.
His daughters truly believe that their father is celebrating his birthday with their loving mother.

Born March 6, 1949 in Lewistown, PA, Robert was a graduate of West Virginia University. He retired as a cost accountant manager for Capital Blue Cross in 2009 with the plan to spend time with the love of his life, Deloris.

For anyone who knew Robert (Bob), he was extremely proud of his three daughters and loved his grandchildren and great grandchildren immensely. They were his universe. His calendar was full of his grandchildrens' sporting events, dance recitals, annual family vacations, and lunches/dinners with friends from Central Dauphin and Capital Blue Cross.
Robert is survived by his daughter Dawn Rice of Linglestown and her three children Tyler Hevel, his girlfriend Hannah Kistler and their daughter Isabella, Aaron and Erika; daughter Deanna Drnevich and her husband Eric of Collegeville PA and their two children Gabriella and James; and daughter Robyn Carr and her husband Chris of Linglestown and their four children Chris II, his wife Hailey and their son Christopher III, Shawn, Olivia, and Savannah along with her stepson Nathan Fox of North Carolina and his daughters Grace and Izzy. Also surviving is his brother Barry and his wife Paula of Harrisburg, his sister Patty Martz of Harrisburg, and his sister Sandra Martz of California.

A memorial service to celebrate his life will be held on March 9, 2018 at 1 pm at the Dailey Funeral Home. A time for visitation will be held from noon until the time of the service. Dailey Funeral Home 650 South 28th Street Harrisburg PA.

Flowers are welcome; contributions may be sent to Penn State Hershey Cancer Institute (engage.pennstatehealth.org/cancer).

Words can not express what a truly wonderful father, grandfather, brother, and friend Robert was. He will be missed more than words can say. Thank you for your thoughts and prayers.
 
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Comments

My deepest condolences on the loss of your Dad. Bob was a truly remarkable and intelligent man with a heart of gold. I will miss talking to him and seeing him when he visited at CBC. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

Carol Howard
Millersburg PA

Bobbie was truely a wonderful friend, he was like a brother to me. Always with a smile on his face.
He was a gentleman kind and gracious. He lite up the room everywhere he went. I will miss him
more than words can say.

RIP my dearest friend. Love you as we always said to each other when leaving.
Mary

Mary Roth

To Mr Martz’s daughters, I wanted to tell you how sorry I am to hear of his passing. I knew him only briefly but he was the lovliest person. I probably dont need to tell you but he loved his family so much. We talked alot about this. I hope that knowing this brings you comfort. You are in my thoughts and prayers

Martha Glading ...
Hershey PA

To Bob's family,

Bob was a friend of mine since grade school. We went to E. H. Phillips Elementary right through Central Dauphin H.S. together. We often palled around with high school friends. The picture above of Bob with his smile is the Bob I will always remember. He wore that smile almost all of the time. You are all truly blessed to have had such a wonderful person I your family. I will miss Bob very much.

Tom Schmick

Tom Schmick
Montoursville, Pa.

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