HAYNES Marty (Martin), suddenly, on Sunday, February 2, 2020, aged 51 years. Beloved husband of Moira, adored dad of Conor and Ciara, cherished son of Sue and his late father Gerry, and much-loved brother of Richard. Marty will be very sadly missed by his loving family, including his sisters-in-law, aunts, uncle and cousins, as well as his wide circle of friends, colleagues and neighbours. Ceremony in Baldarroch Crematorium, Crathes, on Wednesday, February 19, at 11.30am, to which all friends are respectfully invited. Family flowers only please but donations if desired can be made to Scottish Mountain Rescue or the British Heart Foundation.
17 February 2020
It is difficult to restrict myself to 2000 characters having spent nearly 5 years working with Marty. While the first 3 were at Talisman where we would occasionally bump into each other, the last 2 years where spent working, lunching and at times drinking and dining together. We resigned from TLM the same day in 2010, joined EnQuest a day apart and were grouped in the same team on Day 1. Sometimes during that phase I wondered if we were conjoined twins. Six months later, we were moved (together again!) to another project that kept us working flat out for the next 11 months till Marty's move out of EnQuest in 2012. Over the years we did try to remain in touch but not as frequently as I'd have liked.Listening to him and watching some of his idiosyncrasies that was the best aspect of knowing Marty apart from working with him. Running along a ridge from one Monroe to another before daylight fades (he promised to do 2 in a day), staging a walkout after a perceived slight at work to ordering "veg" for Christmas lunch at Troperio- a Brazilian meat-fest place and starving halfway through the meal are some of the endearing memories of Marty that I will cherish till my last day. Conor, Ciara - if you are reading this, I'd like to tell you how much he loved you both and never failed to show me pictures of your weekend trips and holidays. Moira - I have heard a few great stories about Ireland vs. Wales rugby matches being played out off the pitch in front of the telly. Marty always had a glint of boyish mischievousness in his eyes and a smile on his face narrating these stories. My memories of Marty will alwayes be that smile as we sat hunched at our workstations, co-conspirators in crime discussing a colleague, last night's rugby or football or anything else under the sun. Wherever you are Marty, I wish you the best and the next time Wales wins a rugby match against the 3 Lions, I'll raise a toast to you. RIP, my friend. Regards, Abhi
12 February 2020
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