Martin Aloysius Dolan 79, died peacefully on his beloved farm in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, June 19, 2020
Preceded in death by his parents, Dr. Martin and Mildred Dolan RN, sister Mary Jean (Jim) Salach and brother James (Helen) Dolan C.P.D.
Martin is survived by:
His loving wife and best friend of 27 years, Mary Kim
Five cherished children: Martin (Susan) Dolan, Jacki (Patrick) Hincks, Jodi (Ron) O’Toole, Mackensie Dolan and Keelin Dolan.
Ten amazing grandchildren: Megan, Jack and Luke Dolan; Maggie, Ronnie, Grace and Kevin O’Toole; Patrick, Connor and Aidan Hincks.
Sisters; Peggy (the late Phillip) Graham, Maureen (Michael) Lavin and Nancy Dolan; Brother Michael (Kathleen) Dolan.
Many wonderful nieces and nephews
Marty was a supportive graduate of Leo High School and a proud 61 year member of IBEW local #134 Chicago / registered electrical contractor, city of Chicago.
Marty loved to “invent”, his brilliant mind and body constantly in motion. His gift for storytelling was one of the hallmarks of his Irish heritage. He loved that a good joke or even a bad one, no matter how often shared, would bring a smile. He cherished friends and would do anything for you. A true giver.
As a young boy, Marty relished summers on the Dolan homestead farms, in Rising Sun Wisconsin, working closely and tirelessly with his mentor, his beloved Uncle Frank Dolan. Marty credits the “farm” for his impeccable work ethic, and the shaping the wonderful man that he became.
Upon retiring in 2002, Marty and his wife moved to Lake Geneva Wisconsin and began Aspen Glo Farms, a premier equestrian facility. Most recently, adding to the Aspen Glo Farms legacy, is beautiful acreage known as Aspen Glo Preserve, dedicated to the preservation of nature, to life, to love and to the family.
Marty, a gentleman and accomplished athlete and youth coach, loved to play the game of BB. He tried to enjoy the challenges of golf. Marty would energetically pace the floors on game day for N.D., the Bears, the Bulls, the Sox and the Hawks. He claimed there just weren’t enough TVs!
Marty’s faith was unwavering, his love for family and country, steadfast; a flag flying true American
In lieu of other expressions of sympathy the family has asked that you make a donation in Marty's name to: The Dolan Family Charitable Foundation. An address is provided below as to where donations can be sent to.
Derrick Funeral Home is honored to be assisting the family of Martin Dolan.
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The Dolan Family Charitable Foundation C/O Derrick Funeral Home
P.O. Box 730, Lake Geneva WI 53147