Martin Tollgreve

Obituary of Martin Michael Tollgreve


CASTLETON - Martin Michael Tollgreve, 65 of Castleton, beloved husband of Michelle M. Milo, passed away on Tuesday, October 3, 2023 at Hudson Park Rehabilitation & Nursing Center, in Albany after a courageous battle with diabetes and kidney disease.

Born in Albany on September 5, 1958 he was the son of the late Martin and Judith (Fisher) Tollgreve. Marty worked at UPS for thirty-seven dedicated years and this is also where he met his wife, Michelle. He enjoyed traveling (especially to the ocean), cycling, spending cherished time with his wife, and especially caring for his cats just as if they were his own children. Marty was an active volunteer at HOPE Animal Rescue for three years. Marty will forever be remembered for his love of life and his devotion to his wife and beloved companion, Michelle. They were best friends; doing everything, and having fun while doing it, together. His kind and generous heart will be missed by all who knew and loved him.

In addition to his late parents Marty is predeceased by his aunt Lynette Wilbur and uncle Gary Fisher.

Survivors in addition to his beloved wife, Michelle include his sister Kim Dornan (late Dick), nephew Timothy Chambers Jr., uncle Marc Tracey, cousins Keith, Kurt, Marta, Hans, Jetta, and Regina, as well as several other family members and cherished friends.

Marty's family wishes to thank the dedicated staff of DCi Dialysis Clinic of East Greenbush for their compassionate care and support.

At the request of Marty's family services will be private at this time.

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to HOPE Animal Rescue at

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