Martha J. Chamberlin

  • Born: February 22, 1950
  • Died: January 28, 2020
  • Location: Dummerston, Vermont

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Tribute & Message From The Family


Martha (Marty) Jeanne Chamberlin, 69, of Dummerston passed away on January 28, 2020, surrounded by her family after a courageous battle with cancer.

Martha was born in Brattleboro on February 22, 1950 to Kenneth and Flora Kenney. She is the eldest daughter, and one of six children. Martha attended Saint Michael's Catholic School and went on to graduate from Brattleboro Union High School, class of 1968. Martha's early career began where she worked at the Book Press and met her first husband, Terry Howe. Martha and Terry were married for 23 years and raised three children.

Martha was a skilled and passionate gardener and worked for many years at the Dutton Farm, and the Scott Farm where she met her husband Lee.

Martha lived in Vermont all her life. She enjoyed spending her time caring for her grandchildren and camping with her husband throughout the summer and fall. She was an avid photographer of nature, enjoyed painting, and antiquing on the weekends.

She is predeceased by one nephew and brother in law.

She is survived by her husband of 23 years, Leon Chamberlin; her three children Aaron Howe, Emily Clark and her husband Jamie, and Karena Richard and her husband Randy; grandchildren Alyzsa, Isaac, Troy, Liliana, Jackson, Vincent, Madison, De'Andre, Hailey, and Jax, and great-granddaughter Kynsleigh; siblings Wayne Kenney and his wife Jurelene, John Kenney, Debbie Thomas and her husband Craig, Terry Kenney and his wife Jackie, and Kathryn Bloom and her husband Thomas; several nieces, nephews, cousins and beloved dog Summertime Chamberlin and the dang cat, Skitter.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contribution may be made to the Windham County Humane Society.


Condolence & Memory Journal

Condolences to her family.
I had fond memories from Junior High at St Mikes.
Norman Potvin

Posted by Norman Potvin - Keene, NH - Classmate   February 08, 2020

Dear Emily & family,

I've been fortunate enough to be able to visit with your mom as an adult. She was fun and definitely a great addition to the town of Dummerston, and no doubt loved dearly by Lee and you "kids." I know you were close and I am truly sorry for your loss. My thoughts are with all of you.

Take good care of yourself.
❤Melody E Stone

Posted by A friend   February 02, 2020

Dear Lee, our deepest sympathies to you and your family,
from everyone at The Scott Farm.
Kelly

Posted by Kelly Carlin - Dummerston, VT   February 02, 2020

There's a special place in all of our hearts for our mothers, just like there's a special place in every mother's heart for her children. You must continue to carry her memory in that special place in your heart. I am sincerely sorry for the loss of your mother. Please know that we share your grief and sending you our sincere condolences to you and your family.

Posted by Allison Cormier - Ayer, MA - Friend   February 01, 2020

oh Lee; My heartfelt sympathy for your loss. Martha was a sweet, kind women.
Mary Ellen (Brennan) Weston

Posted by A friend   January 31, 2020

Our hearts to out to you and your family. Phyllis and Ken

Posted by Phyllis Emery - East Dummerston, VT - Family Friend   January 30, 2020

Lee, my heart hurts for you. I thought Martha was in remission, so this news is a shock. I am sorry I didn't get to know her better. David also is saddened by your loss and joins me in sending condolences.

Posted by Barbara Evans - Dummerston, VT - Neighbor   January 30, 2020

I am so sorry to hear of your loss Lee. I had no idea she was going through the fight of her life. I absolutely loved working with her and mom at the Scott Farm, they were two peas in a pod. Each loving the outdoors and gardening. Rest easy Martha, you will be missed by many!
Heather Robinson

Posted by Heather Robinson - Dummerston, VT - Family   January 29, 2020


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