Martin, Stuart Gordon

Stuart Gordon Martin

January 27, 1952 – December 29, 2022

It is with heavy hearts we announce the Passing of Stuart Gordon Martin, a proud man of her heritage being born in Kirkintilloch, Scotland where he resided before immigrating to Canada in 1959.

On Thursday December 29th 2022, Stuart Gordon Martin, in his 70th year, passed away peacefully at the Brantford hospital with family by his side.

Stuart is predeceased by hi mother Christine Stuart and his son Matt Hinton. Leaving behind his beloved wife Carol Ellis.  He is also survived by his daughter Kristen McKechnie and many adoring grandchildren; Lexus, Tiara, Emma, Leigha, Hailee, Sister in-law Lyn Ellis, as well as cherished “niece” Ashley McRae.

Stuart will be remembered for his immaculate collection of restored vintage cars, his love of football, NASCAR, and Carol’s inability to control the remote.

Not to mention his chef level skills in the kitchen, many having enjoyed his 5-Star cuisine.

Stuart was always there for advice, whether you liked it or not (usually he was right).

Stuart was a gentleman, possessing a wealth of knowledge and was happy to pass it on to all he knew. His memory will continue to live on in all of us through his stories and mentorship, or his simple shake of the head in disbelief.

Any donations in his honour will be gratefully received at the Brantford General Hospital.

6 replies
  1. Kc
    Kc says:

    I love you dad! I wish you didn’t have to leave us so earlie, you will be forever loved and missed. Thank you for always being there for my mom and taking care of her in the best way ever. You were the best dad a girl could ask for and the perfect grandfather to all my children always. I love you. Rest in peice xoxox

  2. Peggy
    Peggy says:

    I am so sorry for your loss Carol.
    I always enjoyed my chats with Stuart. I only knew the Stuart tinkering around the building working on cars. I did not know about his love of cooking.
    He will be greatly missed!


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