Christian Schumacher Obituary, Cause Of Death – Before he was born on February 8, 1942 in Utica, he was predeceased by his parents, George Schumacher and Delsie (Pudvak) Schumacher, both of whom had passed away previously. Martin spent his upbringing in Utica, where he attended both St. Patrick’s Grammar School and St. Francis de Sales High School. Martin received his elementary education at St. Patrick’s Grammar School and his high school education there.
After that, he finished his education and received degrees of bachelor’s and master’s from the institutions he attended: Boston State College and SUNY Albany respectively. He was a devoted member of the United States Navy and served aboard the USS Kearsarge while the country was engaged in the conflict in Vietnam.
He distinguished himself in the service of his country. Martin had a long and fruitful career in the field of education, where he was quite successful. After 19 years of service as a teacher at the St. James School in Albany and the Catholic Central High School in Troy, where he was known for his skill in the subjects of social studies and theology, he resigned in the year 2006.
During his time at those schools, he was recognized for his ability to teach those subjects. Martin found a great deal of pleasure in traveling to new locations, maintaining his garden, and volunteering his time at St. Peter’s Hospital when he wasn’t working there. He was a shrewd individual who had even contributed to the writing of his very own book, which was referred to as “The Murder at Cherry Hill.
Martin’s many former teachers and friends will look back on him with fond memories, and they will undoubtedly feel a void in their lives without him. Martin is survived by his life partner and faithful companion of over 40 years, Anthony Behan of Troy, as well as a large number of devoted nieces, nephews, grandnieces, and grandnephews, as well as his friend and caretaker, June Behan, as well as Patsy Wixson. Martin is also remembered by a large number of nieces, nephews, grandnieces, and grandnephews.