General Information

Full Name: Martin Jack Telles
Date of Death: Tuesday, May 7, 2024

 

Martin Jack Telles, Mendel Ya’akov ben Schmarya v’Reizel 

Martin Jack Telles passed on May 7th 2024. Marty was born to Sam and Rose Broitman Telles on May 7th 1948 in Brooklyn, New York. After graduating from New Utrecht High School in Brooklyn in 1966 he continued his education at Pace University completing a Bachelors of Business Administration in 1973. 

Marty’s career was marked by senior leadership roles in the investment management and funds business including serving as Director of Marketing at Royal Alliance, EVP and Chief Marketing Officer at AXA Advisors and Senior Vice President at Oppenheimer Funds. 

All who know Marty will remember him as a relentless mentor and a fierce advocate for developing talent. Even in retirement, Marty never stopped mentoring, actively involved in Score New Jersey, a mentorship organization advising small business owners in affiliation with the Small Business Administration. 

Marty could easily spend hours sitting on the beach with his beloved wife of 43 years, Ina, or on his roof deck reading a book, polishing his Mustang, cheering on the Yankees and Giants, honoring veterans, and of course, spending time with his three beautiful daughters Jennifer Tindall, Selene Byron and Randi Leone, his granddaughters Rosalie Byron – age 12 and Riley Leone – age 6, his grandson Quincy Byron age 10 and his sons in law Matthew Tindall, Richard Byron and Jeffrey Leone. Marty’s sisters Rochelle Weil and Phyllis Badanes will remember his endless energy and drive to assist them, his nieces and nephews and anyone else he met! 

Marty’s funeral will be held at noon, May 13th at Louis Suburban Chapel, 13-01 Broadway, Fair Lawn, New Jersey. The family will be gathering at 11am to receive visitors at the chapel in advance of the service. Directly following the service, Marty will be interred at New Cedar Park Cemetery in 735 Forest Avenue, Paramus, New Jersey All attending are invited to Ina and Marty’s home at 14 Baccarat Court, Montville, NJ for continued remembrances. Shiva will be observed at Ina’s home. In addition to gathering on Monday, visitors are also invited to Ina’s home between 1 and 3pm and 5:30 -7:30 on Tuesday, May 14th and Wednesday, May 15th. 

In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations be made to The Art Therapy Project, designated for the Veterans Program. Donations may be made at https://thearttherapyproject.org/donate. Please note Martin Telles in the “special instructions”. Alternatively, checks can be made payable to The Art Therapy Project and sent to the attention of Martha Dorn, Executive Director, 132 W. 21st Street; 6th Floor, New York, NY 10011

Service Information

Monday, May 13, 2024
12:00 PM

Service At:
Louis Suburban Chapel
13-01 Broadway, Fair Lawn, NJ 07410

Burial to Follow at:
Cedar Park Cemetery
735 Forest Avenue, Paramus, NJ 07652

 

 

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3 Comments

  1. Maureen Byrne

    Ina and Family, You already know what a mentor and friend Marty was to so many! I consider him the GOAT (greatest of all time) — so kind, caring and generous with his time and sharing his advice and wisdom. He had a huge impact on my career while as my manager and afterward. He provided flexibility and help while balancing having my children and a growing career and was a sounding board for me when I lost my mother to cancer. I also have a forever bond of being with him on 9/11 and truly believe he kept me in tact that day and subsequent years to follow! I will cherish the fond memories I have of this very special man – Godspeed Marty and my prayers are out to you, your daughters and grandkids!

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  2. Vickie and Jay Cohen

    We always enjoyed the wonderful times we spent with Marty in Delray Beach. Marty was a giving and thoughtful person and we will miss him. We are so lucky to have known him.

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  3. Melissa Clayton

    Saddened to hear of Marty’s passing. He was such a great man and leader….. proud to have worked with him at Oppy for 5+ years.

    Condolences to his family.

    Melissa

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