Martin Ivry - Spicer-Mullikin Funeral Homes & Crematory

Martin Ivry

Born May 27, 1942

Martin Ivry, age 71, of Smyrna, DE passed away peacefully on Thursday, February 27, 2014.

Marty was born in Philadelphia, PA on May 27, 1942 to the late Lillian Lion Kyle. He bravely served in the US Army during the Vietnam War and was honorably discharged. Marty made his career as a shift supervisor for the Delaware City Refinery, retiring after 35 ½ years.

An avid sports fan, he enjoyed cheering on his favorite teams and loved watching NASCAR on television. Marty was happiest in the company of his beloved family and was a devoted husband, father, brother and grandfather.

In addition to his mother, he was preceded in death by his step father, William Kyle, Sr., who raised him and his first wife, Janet, who passed away in 1997. Marty is survived by his wife of 14 years, Susan Lodi Ivry; sons, Michael Ivry and David Ivry; brothers, William Kyle and Frank Kyle; sister, Mary Curlett; step daughter, Ashley Wood; and 5 grandchildren.

A funeral service will be held at 11 am on Saturday morning, March 8, 2014, at the Spicer-Mullikin Funeral Home, 214 Clinton Street, Delaware City, DE, where friends may call from 10 am until 11 am. Interment will follow in St. Paul’s Cemetery, Delaware City, DE.


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  • Rip Pops IM GOING TO MISS YOU YOU ARE great father in law and a good grandfather TO MICHAEL and My children you will be missed ..and thank you for always being their for me when I needed you .I love you pops love your daughter in law LISA OH ONE MORE THING WATCH OVER US XOXOXOX.

  • RIP pops im going to miss you .Thank you for being a good father in law too me and a realy good grandfather to my children little Michael and Amanda will miss you I would also like to thank you for always being their for me when I needed you .I love you pops love your daughter in law LISA RIP

  • Dear Susan, (son) Dave & Ivry family:
    Please accept our deepest sympathy for Marty’s sudden passing. We, especially Mike, have many fond memories of Marty’s “entertaining” sense of humor and thoroughly enjoyed the times shared.
    May God, family, good friends and loving memories carry all of the family through these most difficult times.
    Our thoughts are with you,
    Mike & Trish Keeler

  • Marty,
    You will be truly missed, You tried so hard to keep Billy, Frankie and me together with you. That was a promise that you made MOM and even through it seems as if you have failed, in my heart I know that each one of us loves each other dearly even though we don’t show it. You and Susan attempts did not go unnoticed. I am so glad that we got to spend quality time on Black Friday together, this meant so much to me. You will always be remembered to me as my big brother in uniform that taught we how to dance on top of his shoes. Love you always and forever your sis.

  • To the family and friends of Marty

    Even though we never got to meet you we have heard may wonderful things about you from Bill. Rest in forever peace and much comfort to those who you have left behind.

    Denis & Ingrid Minihane

  • Sue,
    So sorry to hear of your husband , Marty’s passing. May they memories you have comfort you during this time.
    Patti Zimmie