Eva Slattery Martin

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Eva Slattery Martin, 91, of Plattsburgh, unexpectedly passed away on May 22, while at the home of her daughter, Maureen who survives her.
Eva was born on Dec. 30, 1927, in Standish, New York. She was the daughter of William and Eva (Alexander) Slattery. In 1952, she married Morris R. Martin who predeceased her in 1996.
She attended Lyon Mountain High School, and completed her Masters in Education at Plattsburgh State.
Eva finished her 40 year career at Momot Elementary where she found her greatest joy and success as a remedial reading teacher.
Once retired, she created one-woman shows as "Miss Rumphius" and "Mary Cassatt" to continue to teach love of reading and the love of making the world beautiful to many school classes, and organizations.
Eva was a member of the CVRT, Monty Street Supper Club, Kent-Delord Garden Club, Tuesday Club, PARC. Eva was a dedicated art docent at SUNY Plattsburgh for many years.
Calling hours will be at Brown Funeral Home, 29 Broad St. in Plattsburgh on May 31 from 5 to 7 p.m. A Mass of Christian burial will be celebrated Saturday, June 1st at St. John's in Plattsburgh at 11 a.m. Interment will be at St. Mary's of the Lake Cemetery.
For those wishing to make a contribution in Eva's memory, please contribute to The Plattsburgh College Foundation or Friends of Lyon Mountain Mining and Railroad Museum, P.O. Box 230, Lyon Mountain, NY 12952.
Online condolences may be offered at www.brownfuneralhomeinc.com
Published on May 24, 2019
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3 posts

Amy Demboski-Hotaling
Jun 02, 2019
Maureen,
Was sad to hear about the passing of your Mom. There are a lot of great childhood memories with you and your parents.. much love, Amy
Carol Martin King
May 28, 2019
My husband and I had Miss Slattery in kindergarten in Willsboro in 1951. She was kind gentle and had beautiful long black hair. My husband was smitten with her. To impress her he wore his western shirt and squinted his eyes to resemble Roy Rogers. We to this day speak of her with such fondness. We are now 72 years old and still think of her with a smile on our face. So sorry for your loss!
Dottie Broderick
May 25, 2019
My deepest sympathy to Eva’s family and friends. I loved working with her at Momot where her beautiful smile always made us happy. She loved her students and they loved her. God has a new angel in heaven. Rest In Peace, beautiful lady.