Obituary: Martin W. “Marty” Lawlor Sr., of Ansonia

Martin W. “Marty” Lawlor Sr., husband of 55 years to Joan Kuspinsky Lawlor and resident of Ansonia, died surrounded by his loving family on May 13.

He was born July 18, 1937 in Derby, son of the late Joseph T. & Jean Estop Lawlor.

A graduate of the Assumption School (1951) and Ansonia High School, (1955) Martin worked as a postal clerk for City of Ansonia for 39 years. He was also a member of Ansonia’s Lavender Grid Iron Club and Football Hall of Fame and 50 year member & Past Captain & Treasurer for Charters Hose Fire Company.

In addition to his wife Joan, he leaves to cherish his memory his two sons, Martin W. Lawlor Jr. & his wife Sharon of Ansonia, John D. Lawlor  & his wife Eileen of Ansonia, daughter Karen M. Bilodeau & her husband Ronald of Ansonia, brother Joseph Lawlor of Newington, CT and eight grandchildren, Sarah & Ronald Bilodeau, Merissa & Martin Lawlor and Tierney, Rorey, Grady & Shanley Lawlor and great granddaughter Kali Morrow, all of Ansonia.

He was predeceased by his son Thomas J. Lawlor in 1991.

Friends may call on Wednesday (TODAY) from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at the Jenkins King & Malerba Funeral Home, 12 Franklin St. Ansonia. ( A Mass of Christian Burial will be Celebrated on Thursday May 16 at 10:00 a.m., with friends asked to go directly to The Church of the Assumption in Ansonia. Burial will follow in Pine Grove Cemetery in Ansonia.

In lieu of flowers, donations in his memory may be made to Hospice Home Care, 2 Trap Falls RD. Suite 408, Shelton, CT 06484 or The Church of the Assumption, 61 N. Cliff St. Ansonia, CT.

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  • Betsy and Gene Primavera

    Marty , My friend and teammate. I will miss you so very much!!!! There is not a day that passes when I don’t think of all the fine memories we had together. Our travels in the Blue Goose ,our football days with Jack, Artie, Jim, Tunafish, Billy and the rest of the guys. Your trip out to M.S.U. with Sonny and Jack, in that blizzard,to see Nicky play. I remember how cold it was and you spent an entire half in the tunnel. You always had a smile and your quick wit always made everyone around you smile.We will all miss you!!!!!! Your friend always, Gene

  • Gary Ewen

    To the Lawlor Family,

    Please accept the Ewen family’s deepest sympathy with the loss of Mr. Lawlor. I have fond memories of him on the sidelines from Pop Warner all the way through high school, watching me Tommy, Marty, Richie and Timmy, play football, baseball, and basketball, all the best Gary and the Ewen;s from Florida

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