Martin "Marty" Walter

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Martin G. “Marty” Walter, age 75, currently residing in Springville, New York died Thursday, March 14, 2024 in Mercy Hospital. Marty was born on December 21, 1948 in Springville, New York. He was a son of the late Martin P. Walter and Dolores E. (Guenther) Walter. Marty was a native of Western New York but spent most of his married life in Cambridge, New York. He was married to the late Carol (Scaglione). Marty was a renowned artist. His art studies started at an early age under the direction of Mr. Warren Long in Eden, New York. He later studied art at Rockland Community College and then at Rosary Hill College (now Daemen College). He was a member of the Lower Adirondack Regional Arts Council as well as participating in their members’ shows. Marty’s works varied. He traveled extensively for work throughout Eastern New York and Western New England where he observed the local landscapes throughout each season. While he loved the use of color, some of his works just seem to call for stark contrast of black and white. Using a combination of acrylic, watercolor and marker to give the effect of texture and depth to the flat surface. Marty served in the United States National Reserves as a Captain from 1973- 1985. He also was a fourth-degree knight in the Knights of Columbus. Marty is predeceased by his parents and his wife Carol. He is survived by two brothers, Noel (Kathleen) Walter, Russell (Kathy) Walter, two brother in laws, Jim and Joe Scaglione and several nieces and nephews and his best friend David Allard. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at a later date. He will be interred next to his wife in St. Patrick’s Cemetery, Cambridge, New York. Memorials in Marty’s name may be made on Words of sympathy may be made on
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