Martha Marie Lindberg Mann

October 2, 1942 - April 23, 2023
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Martha Marie Lindberg Mann – Muffa to her grandkids, Marty by many, Moki by few and Mom to Kati Dombrosky, Paul and Marcus Mann. Born on October 2, 1942 in St. Paul, MN, Martha was the youngest of 4 children (Peter, Luther and Dorothy) born to the Rev. Paul and Mrs. Hortense Lindberg. Soon afterContinue Reading

Eileen E Hanson-Kelly left a message on May 26, 2024:
I just now found Marty's obituary online, more than a year after her passing away. My belated but most sincere condolences to her family. I spent the summer of 1960 with Marty as a "Caravanner" for the Augustana Lutheran Church. We traveled throughout Arizona and California for two months presenting youth leadership schools in local churches. We became very close. She called me "Girl", and always put a smile on my face. We laughed and cried over our shared Swedish heritage. Over the years we lost touch with each other, then reconnected and I visited her in Colorado and again in Boston. We last got together for lunch in Durham (just 2 hours from my home in Salisbury, NC) and she gave me the book "Swedish Death Cleaning". Then we lost touch again when she moved to Indiana. I have been wondering for a couple of years about her whereabouts and finally searched obituaries. Sadly, I found hers. I will always treasurer our friendship and hold those memories close in my heart.
Lina Petluck left a message on May 20, 2023:
Marty, you will be in our hearts forever.❤️?❤️
Chris Lindberg left a message on May 5, 2023:
Martha was indeed a special person--intelligent, lively, curious, open, loving. She was the perfect aunt in many ways--willing to expose her authentic self and talk through big life events. She was an inspiration to me because of her sense of adventure, her great writing skills, her great laugh, and her rebellious (but still controlled and thoughtful) personality, I remember her in her mini-skirt, red-haired young NYC days, her mom-with-young-kids days in Virginia, and her reflective, fun older self. What a gift it has been to know and love her! I will be lonely for her.
Ellen Racheter left a message on May 1, 2023:
Heartfelt condolences to the family of Marty Mann. I met her shortly after she moved to Westminster Village, and we discovered we had areas of common interest around ministry. I am a retired Disciples of Christ clergywoman, and Marty and I met several times in Mendelsohn Hall for conversation. When Covid restrictions kept us in our apartments, we spoke occasionally on the phone. She spoke very fondly of Bob Ricci and reminisced about their times in Florida. I will continue to miss her gentle personality.
Ann Marie & RockE left a message on April 29, 2023:
Family ❤️ we were lucky to share in Special times on her visits.
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Corey Bordo left a message on April 29, 2023:
As a close friend to Paul and friendly acquaintance to Marcus - I was moved by this beautifully written send off to a woman that lived a vivid and robust life. I did not know Martha but I can say with certainty that the joy and love she shared with her children shaped them into the amazing people they are. I smiled and cried reading this thinking about my friend Paul and how much he embodies the spirit of his mother. Even though we grieve the loss - we can take solace in the fact that she lived an incredible life and her passions and love have been channeled through her children and grandchildren. Proshai Martha
Rebecca Morales left a message on April 28, 2023:
Sending our thoughts and prayers to all of you as you remember this amazing woman ?❤️
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Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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