October 9, 1926 – November 15, 2022


Marta peacefully passed on Tuesday, November 15, 2022 at the age of 96.

Marta will be missed by her sons, Duane (Eileen) children Russell (Christine) Jane (Arjan), son Dwight (Lily) daughter Amy, great grand children Greta, Eli, Zara and Maya. Stepdaughter Diane (Roman) Osadchuk and family, stepson Davey (Alexis) Martin and family. Marta will also be missed by her special friend Yun Yu Wi.

Marta was predeceased by her sisters Violet, Nelly, Mary, and brother Otto. Marta is survived by her brother Bruno and his wife Ester.

Marta was born in the village of Hochfeld, Manitoba October 9,1926. The family moved to Winnipeg where Marta met and fell in love with Harry Gelhorn. They were married March 16, 1946. Marta lost Harry due to a work place accident after twenty-one years of happiness and having two sons together. Having to provide for her two sons, Marta returned to Red River College to further her education and went on to work for the DOT at the Winnipeg International Airport.

Marta met her second love David Martin and they were married on November 20, 1971. Dave and Marta blended their families together, traveled together and enjoyed their winter home in Texas. In 1992 after twenty-one years of marriage, David lost his battle to Alzheimer disease.  Marta was a devout Christian and always said it was her faith that helped her through tough times.

Martha loved to travel, especially her trip to the Holy Land with her two sisters. They enjoyed reliving their adventure over and over.  Marta lived a full life, loved to laugh and was eager to help others.

The family thanks all the staff at Middlechurch Nursing Home for the passionate care they gave mom these past years.

 One of mom’s favorite verses: Trust in the Lord with all your Heart and lean not on your own understanding. In all your ways acknowledge him, and he will make your paths straight.

In lieu of flowers donations can be made to Middlechurch Nursing Home (contact Jackie @ 204-339-1947)

A Memorial Tree was planted for MARTA (ISAAK)
We are deeply sorry for your loss ~ the staff at 1442 Main Street
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