Martin Luther Oliver

August 15, 1939 - May 6, 2012
Martin Luther Oliver

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Martin L. Oliver, Sr, 73, of Williamsburg passed away on Sunday, May 6, 2012. Martin was born August 15, 1939 in Fuquay Springs, NC. He served as a Seabee in the US Navy for more than 22 years and was a veteran of the Vietnam War. Martin was preceded in death by his Mother and Father, Audrey and William Oliver, his son William Scott Oliver, his brothers, William Brinkley and Jerry Oliver.

He is survived by his wife Patsy Cody Oliver, son Martin L. Oliver, Jr and wife Sheila, daughter Angela Mia Oliver, granddaughter Harley Michelle Oliver, and grandson William Cody Oliver, and his sister, Peggy Oliver Helgason.

The family will receive friends from 6:00 until 8:00pm Wednesday evening at the Bucktrout Funeral Home. A memorial service and interment will be held at a later date.

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  • September 13, 2023
    James J Riddle says:
    Patsy And Martin have been in my memories since our days in Bermuda. So sorry I did not find him before he passed. A memorable character in my life. Love You All JJ “Navy Diver”

  • June 12, 2023
    Steve Gray says:
    He was one heck of a guy. I miss that ol’ dude and will never forget that trip with just him & I in his chevette to Fukuyama-Varina.

  • May 09, 2012
    Paula Vandegriff says:
    Dear Patsy, I am so sorry to hear of Martin's passing. My heart goes out to you and your family. I know that only God can provide the strength to sustain us during times like this and that He will bring memories to keep us filled with our loved one. In His Love, Paula Vandegriff

  • May 16, 2012
    Jason Shives says:
    God bless

  • May 09, 2012
    greg bernard says:
    God bless from a fellow Seabee Thank-you for your service You are remembered