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July 27, 1929 - May 17, 2002
Martin Woolin, 72, a resident of Miami Beach since 1940, passed away May 17, 2002.
Son of the late David and Annie Woolin. Martin attended Central Beach Elementary School, Ida M. Fisher, Jr. High, Miami Beach High School where he graduated in 1947 and went on to attend the University of Florida.
He served in the United States Army in Japan during 1954 as an Army Criminal Investigation Agent.
Together with his father, they developed the community of Coral Gate in Miami, the community of South Miami Heights, and many others. He was a Founder of Mount Sinai Medical Center, a member of the Greater Miami Chapter of Founders of the American Technion Society, The Dade County Zoning Appeals Board (1963-1965), a resident of Palm Beach and Monroe Counties, Miami Children's Hospital Auxiliary, he held an honor award for The State of Israel Bond Fund, a member of the Jewish Community Center of Key Largo, and the Miami Beach Power Squadron, and also a resident of the State of New York.
A lifelong fisherman, he was a former President of the Miami Beach Anglers Club. His love for the ocean guided Martin to the Bahama Islands where with his wife Rachael and his family, spent part of his life boating, fishing and scuba diving. Martin was loved and admired by everyone who knew him. He had a sense of adventure, a love of nature and he was a shrewd businessman.
Martin will be greatly missed. He is survived by his wife, Rachael, and son, Jonathan Woolin; sisters Betty Bernay and Marlene Cohn; nephew and nieces Jerry Cohn, Sandy Cohn and Karen Lynn Goldfarb.
Interment was in Mount Nebo Miami Cemetary.
Published by the Miami Herald from May 20 to May 21, 2002.
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