Martin Carroll


3:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Friday, November 3, 2017
Jennings, Nulton & Mattle Funeral Home, Inc.
1704 Penfield Road

Mass of Christian Burial

Thursday, January 1, 1970
St. John The Evangelist Church
553 Humboldt Street
Rochester, New York, United States
Service Time: 12:00 PM

Obituary of Martin Carroll

Martin Joseph Carroll of Rochester was welcomed home by his darling Kitty on October 31, 2017, at age 79.

Martin was the beloved husband of Kathleen "Kitty" Byrne. He and his twin brother Christopher were the youngest sons of Thomas and Mary Ellen Carroll. Joining Kitty to welcome him home are his brothers, Thomas "Frank", Patrick "Paddy", Sean, and Michael; sisters, Gertrude, Kathleen, and Una, sisters-in-law, Ann Byrne, Nancy Carroll, Mary Jo O'Connor, and Maureen Sullivan Byrne, brothers-in-law, John Dolan, Bill Doolan, William, Kevin and John Byrne.

Martin was born in Ireland in County Roscommon and emigrated to the U.S. in 1957. He was a skilled plasterer and member of the International Bricklayers and Allied Craftworkers (Local 11 and Local 3). After retirement, Martin loved taking trips to the casino and spending time with his loved ones, especially his grandchildren and granddogs.

Martin's memory will be cherished by his children, John & Katie Carroll, James & Gia Carroll and Erin & Michael Alexander, treasured grandchildren, Kevin, Brian, Séan, Lillian, Jack, Joseph, John, Thomas and Cormack; brothers Dan "Sonny" and Christopher Carroll, sisters-in-law, Anne "Jo", Mary, Bridget "Delia", Mary and Ann Carroll; beloved nieces, nephews, cousins and dear friends in the U.S. and Ireland.

Adored by all who knew him, Martin will be missed forever. Friends are invited to call at Jennings, Nulton & Mattle Funeral Home (1704 Penfield Rd.), on Friday from 3 to 7 p.m. A celebration of Martin's life will be held Saturday at noon at St. John the Evangelist Church (Peace of Christ Parish, 553 Humboldt St.). Interment White Haven Memorial Park.

The family wishes to thank the teams at Highland Hospital and Visiting Nurse for their care. Donation in Martin's memory may be made to AutismUp.

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