Harry Martinaitis


Harry Martinaitis age 93, of North Royalton, OH passed on July 24, 2021.

Survivors include his wife Sondra Martinaitis; Son: Peter (Donna) Martinaitis of Colorado Springs, CO; Step-daughters: Ingrid (Gary) Genco; Andra (Leo) Moysaenko; Daina (Dainis) Sika of Milwaukee, WI; Grandchildren, Grant, Kyle Martinaitis, Marissa, Jason Genco, Nicholai, Andrew Moysaenko, Matiss, Tia Sika; Preceded in death by, Regina & David Martinaitis.

Harry was born in Daugavpils, Latvia on January 3, 1928 to August & Broni Martinaitis. He immigrated first to Canada then in the 1960’s to the USA. He spent a life-time career with Hewlett-Packard retiring in 1990. He enjoyed tennis and traveling with family & friends during his retirement years. He passed away peacefully in the loving care of his wife, Sondra & family.

A Memorial Service will be conducted by Pastor Sarma Eglite, August 21, 2021 at 11:00 AM, at the United Latvian Evangelical Lutheran Church of Cleveland, 1385 Andrews Avenue, Lakewood, Ohio 44107-2405.

In lieu of flowers, Memorial Contributions may be made to United Latvian Evangelical Lutheran Church of Cleveland.

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  1. Harvey Jackson says:

    So sorry to hear of the passing of Harry. I am also an HP retiree and worked in sales in Florida. I knew Harry very well as a caring sales rep from Ohio. Rest In Peace, Harry.

  2. Inese says:

    in thought I was with you Sondra, we have not spoken in a while and today I get the sad news that Harry is no longer with us, there are no words to express to help you ease your pain deepest condolence
    to you and the family.

  3. Bryan & Sally Redfern says:

    Sondra and family, We were deeply saddened to learn of Harry’s passing. As we think you know, he was a special guy to both of us. We always enjoyed our get togethers and hearing his stories of growing up in Latvia and immigrating to Canada. He was truly our “hero”. Please know that he will be missed by those he touched. Our deepest sympathies to all of you.