Marty Honzik, age 77, of Isanti died unexpectedly September 21, 2022 at Abbott Northwestern Hospital. A Memorial Visitation will be held from 5:00-8:00 PM on Friday, October 7th at Strike Life Tributes in Isanti, MN. A Memorial Service will then be held Saturday, October 8th at 11:00 AM (also at Strike Life Tributes in Isanti). Burial will be in Isanti Union Cemetery.
Marty Louise Honzik was born February 17th, 1945 in San Diego, CA to Foy and Marie Slayton (Sullivan). She was raised in San Diego, CA and graduated from Mount Miguel High School.
Strong of will and determined to the point of stubbornness, Marty carved her own path in this life. She never missed out on an adventure or a chance to show her family and friends how much she loved them, especially her Grandchildren & Great-grandchildren.
She was incredibly generous to all who were fortunate enough to have been a part of her life. With her eccentric & colorful love for life, she strove toward an elegant perfection.
Marty married Ed Honzik on September 22nd, 2007. Shortly after they were married, they moved to Isanti, MN. Marty and Ed found love together in the blending of their two separate families. They enjoyed many wonderful vacations and motorcycle-adventures. They shared in the joy of spending time with each other’s friends and relatives. Together, they had a love for God and a belief that after death there is another amazing adventure in reuniting, as promised by our Lord Jesus. She will remain in Ed’s heart forever.
She is survived by her loving husband, Edward; children, Marc (Melissa) Hallett, Mich (Mike) Pintar, Mickey (Christine) Hallett, Clark (Diane) Honzik and Nicole Honzik; grandchildren, Marc (Chelsea), Kristean (Cortney), Ashton, Sheila (Myles), Johnathan, Jess, Ethan, Alaina, Levi, Ethan Foy, Megan, Eric; great-grandchildren, Madisyn, Hazel, Camilla, Wilden, Elliot; siblings, Don Slayton, Gene (Susan) Slayton, Peggie (Rick) White and by many other relatives and friends. Besides her parents, she was preceded in death by siblings Michelle Fares and Grady Johnson.