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A good shooter and fine gunsmith at Accuracy Speaks, Marty Kolodziej, suffered a severe stroke on April 19th.

In spite of tremendous effort by the team at Banner, Marty passed away on Monday April 29th.

Marty ALWAYS went out of his way to be helpful. His work was excellent.

WAY to young. Way to young.

His is missed already.

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From an email from Rio:

To All RSSC Members:

As many of you may already have heard, our good friend and gunsmith at Accuracy Speaks, Marty Kolodziej, suffered a severe stroke on April 19th. In spite of tremendous effort by medical professionals Marty passed away on Monday April 29th. Marty had limited financial resources and his family is hard pressed to meet his funeral expenses. Marty was a good and generous friend to RSSC members. If you would like to help Marty’s family during this trying time, donations can be made in either of the following ways:

Mailed To: Marty Kolodziej Or called into: Amanda Knoll

Services May 4th 5:00 pm For Marty Kolodziej

Mariposa Gardens Memorial Park 480-830-4422

6747 E Broadway Road

Mesa AZ 85206

Your help would be greatly appreciated. Anyone wishing to attend the services on May 4th is welcome. There will be a friends and family gathering afterwards. The information will be at the Funeral Home that evening. Marty will be greatly missed by the RSSC family. Please keep his family in your thoughts and prayers.

Terry Abbott

President, RSSC

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I was sorry to hear about Marty! Very nice guy. He did me a favor or two (as he did for anyone he came in contact with.)

What a shame to go so young!

May he Rest in Peace and God Bless!

LP

P.S. I hear the family can use some financial help. Please send what you can spare to the above.

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I w as priveledged to shoot the area 2 with him last year on staff

days, and he was a lot of fun to be with.

I had a malfuction with my gun and in between stages he fixed

it at no charge, plus he has done some smith work for me on 2 of my guns.

He was a neat guy and very fair with his time and work.

He will be missed not only for his friendship but as a gunsmith.

R.I.P Marty

Larry

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