MEMORIAL CONTRIBUTIONS In lieu of flowers, donations may be sent to the Webb Institute of Naval Architecture, where Marty completed his undergraduate studies, and the Entrepreneurship Center at Seattle University, where Marty received his MBA. For donations to Webb: Make check payable to The Webb Institute of Naval Architecture and write "For the Marty Johnson Memorial Fund" on the memo line. Mail check to:
Webb Institute of Naval Architecture 298 Crescent Beach Road Glen Cove, NY 11542
Attention: Development Office
For donations to Seattle University: Make check payable to The Entrepreneurship Center, Seattle University and write "For the Fontain Martin Johnson III Award of Excellence Fund" on the memo line. Mail check to:
The Entrepreneurship Center Seattle University Seattle, WA 98122
Attention: Gail Yates
Tributes and Condolences
Remembering Marty 2012 / Russ Lynas
As the world sees the tragic capsize of the Costa Concordia, and loss of life, this event brings back memories of the Courger Ace and Marty's life trying to save the ship. I still cannot see a ship in distress six years later and not remember Mr. Mar...
Grade School and High School Friend / Rob Nolan (Friend)
Marty and I lived across the street from each other from about 6th through 12th grade. We went to school together at the St. Louis Priory (7th -12th), and Marty spent his senior year living with me and my family when the rest of the Johnson clan mov...
Condolences from someone who knew Marty long ago / William Edney (Classmate)
My name is Bill Edney and I was one of Marty's classmates from the St. Louis Priory School where Marty attended high school. Sadly, I just learned of Marty's passing a few days ago (am writing this on Feb 28, 2008).
I know we all lost touch with M...
Condolences / Ben Seligman
I have only just found out about Marty's passing (2nd November 2007). I was the project engineer for Shell on a complex beach landing operation undertaken by Crowley for us in summer 2004 in Sakhalin, Russia. Jim van der Veen describes this project a...
A great classmate, co-worker, and friend / Steve Pagan (College/coworker)
I first met Marty at Webb, we were classmates. In late junior and senior year, he was my thesis partner along with a third classmate.
I knew Marty was very smart, but since I was a 'Smurf' (see...