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MARTIN "MARTY" MELTON
Martin "Marty" Melton, 55, of Kansas City, Missouri, passed away on Thursday (January 25, 2018) in his home.
Born February 25, 1962 in Quincy, Marty was the son of Clarence R. Jr. and Phylliss A. Melton-McCartney.
Marty owned and operated Immaculate Estate Services in the Kansas City area for many years. He was most recently employed as a merchandising representative for Acosta. Prior to leaving Quincy, Marty worked as a manager at Bergner*s and Sports Locker in the Quincy Mall, and as an assistant manager at the Stoney Creek Inn. He was known for mentoring his employees at work, as well as life.
Marty was an avid sports fan, and was passionate about his favorite teams. He had become a Royals and Chiefs fan after spending most of his life as a Cardinals and Raiders fan. He took great pride in his home, which was meticulously decorated for all seasons and Holidays. He enjoyed caring for his cats and dogs over the years, and was never without furry companionship. Other interests included the news cycle, politics, and exercising. Marty was a very social person, and had many friends in the Quincy and Kansas City area.
Survivors include his mother, Phylliss McCartney (Dan) of Quincy; his brother Mike Melton (Stacy) of Quincy; four nieces, Shelby Goodman, Bailey, Regan, and McKenna Melton; his Grandmother, Mary Turner of Quincy; two aunts, Carol Small and Nancy Kline; three uncles, Paul Turner (Marylin), Tom Turner (Wilma) and Don Melton; ten cousins, Sherry, Mary Jane, Jerrod, Allen, Aaron, Jill, Jason, Jeremy, Andrea, Ryan and loving family in the State of Mississippi. His dog Dino, and two cats, Sabra and Safari, are being cared for by family and his good friends, Ronnie Luna and Jeff Smith.
Marty was preceded in death by his father, Clarence R. Melton, Jr.; his grandparents Paul Turner Sr., Clarence R. Melton Sr., Alice Melton-Gamble; two uncles, Gerald Evans and Garry Small.
Cremation rites have been accorded. A gathering of family and friends to celebrate Marty's life will be held Wednesday evening from 4:00 to 7:00 at the Zehender Robinson Stormer Cookson Funeral Home.
Memorials may be made to the Quincy Humane Society.
Arrangements are in the care of the Zehender Robinson Stormer Cookson Funeral Home.