Marty’s passion at Princeton was The Daily Princetonian, where — with his prodigious memory for all sports information — he became the sports editor senior year. For the 50th reunion he regaled the class with a yearbook article of stories written from interviews with all the captains of the major athletic teams in the class.
Marty began his career in New York as an executive with TIAA-CREF and then moved on to the American Association of University Professors and benefits consultant Towers Perrin. In 2000 he retired to Vermont, where he and his wife, Merry, had an antique business, both online and at physical locations. He enjoyed swimming in Fern Lake, hiking, biking, and spending time with friends.
He is survived by his wife of 49 years, best friend, and caregiver, Merry; daughter Heather Glassner ’96 and her husband Billy; Ricky ’98 and his wife Caroline ’98; five grandchildren; and brother Sid’59 and his wife Ruth. The class offers condolences to Merry and his extended family.