Marty died Sept. 5, 2004, in Skokie, Ill., after suffering a cerebral hemorrhage. He was 60.
Marty was the son of Frederick Martin Belmore, who helped develop the atomic bomb and was director of the Atomic Energy Commission. A graduate of Webster Groves High School in Missouri, Marty majored in economics at Princeton, rowed freshman crew, and was a member of Elm Club, the flying club, and the Orange Key Society.
After Princeton, Marty studied politics, philosophy, and economics at University College at Oxford, graduated from Harvard Law School, and earned a master's in taxation from New York University. He spent most of his career with the international law firm of Mayer, Brown, serving as an international tax specialist in the firm's Chicago home office until his retirement in 1999.
Marty was devoted to public transportation. He never owned an automobile, relying on public transportation, his feet, and, on rare occasions, a taxi. Over the years he served on numerous Chicago commissions concerned with transportation issues.
Our class extends its condolences to his wife, Suzanne.
The Class of 1966