Funeral Details

Martin M. Buck

December 20, 1938 - April 2, 2024


Date and Time

Thursday, April 4, 2024 at 11:00 AM


Rosehill Cemetery
5800 North Ravenswood Avenue
Chicago, Illinois 60660
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By Family

Memorial Contributions

Suburban Orthodox Congregation Toras Chaim, Baltimore, Maryland
7504 Seven Mile Lane
Pikesville, Maryland 21208


Martin M. Buck, 85
Loving husband of Patricia Buck, nee Brown. Cherished father of Amy Buck, and Richard (Sharon) Buck. Adored grandfather of Terry Buck, Brian Buck, Avraham Buck and Avinoam Buck. Dear brother of the late Joseph Buck and Sandra Miller. Graveside service 11 AM Thursday at Rosehill Cemetery, 5800 N. Ravenswood Avenue, Chicago. Memorials in his memory to Suburban Orthodox Congregation Toras Chaim, Baltimore, MD. 7504 Seven Mile Lane, Pikesville, MD 21208 would be appreciated. To attend the funeral live stream, please visit our website. Arrangements by Chicago Jewish Funerals - Skokie Chapel, 847.229.8822,


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Rest in Paradise Mr Buck

Blanca Torres
April 7, 2024
Marty has been a good friend since 2012 when I joined the senior center where he volunteered behind the front desk. We were a part of the exercise class and went bowling once a week with other friends. When Marty was in the hospital and later in rehab at Buckingham Pavilion, I was fortunate enough to be able to visit as both places were near my home. He was always upbeat and positive during our visits and I will miss him dearly. God bless you, dear Marty. We will always miss your smile but you will always be in my heart. I hope you can go bowling in heaven!

Barbara Howard
April 23, 2024
I just learned if Marty's passing. I knew him from the senior center. We bowled together also. I am so sorry. He was a wonderful person and we will miss him. Condolences to the family

Dotothy Chastain
April 23, 2024
I was the director at the senior center where Marty volunteered for many years. He was a wonderful and caring man with a wry sense of humor. He was a great friend, my husband Brian was also good friends with Marty and now they are both together again. Marty loved his family and had wonderful stories to tell about his grandsons whom he loved dearly and deeply. So it is not thunder you will be hearing. It is the laughter and joy he brings to all in heaven. Much love

Liza Martin
April 24, 2024