He was an instructor for the St. Patrick’s Fife Drum and Bugle Corp. in Jersey City; St. Joseph’s Drum and Bugle Corp. in Newark and Blessed Sacrament Drum and Bugle Corp., Newark. He was a member of the New York Cash Manager’s Association and Hoboken Retail Association.
He owned Jems of Hoboken Godiva store for 25 years. He retired in 1986 as a manager of Cash Investments for Westvaco Corp. in New York City. Marty was a veteran of the United States Army, Armor Division where he attained the rank of Sergeant Active serving from 1952 1954. He is survived by his partner James Murphy; three siblings, Thomas Gill and his wife Mary Lou, Rita Anne DeCelsis and Marian Roughneen; 18 nieces and nephews, and 23 grandnieces and grandnephews. Predeceased by his parents Martin and Delia and his brother James P. Gill and sister Eileen Bollbach. Services arranged by the Earl F. Bosworth Funeral Home, Hoboken.