Martin John “Marty” Catlin

Martin John “Marty” Catlin, 57, of Harrison, died Saturday, September 8, 2018 at Willard Walker Hospice Home in Fayetteville.  He was born May 11, 1961 in Salina, Kansas to William Lee and Janet Althea (Heald) Catlin.

Marty served in the Air Force and was a member of the Drum and Bugle Corps.  He loved God, his family and friends, and was a fun compassionate individual who impacted all who knew him.  He enjoyed airplanes, running combines from Kansas to Canada during harvest, playing his drums and music.  Marty was a member of Woodland Heights Baptist Church in Harrison.

He is survived by his wife, Kathryn (Bohannan) Catlin; two sons, Jamie Yeager and wife Shelby of Pea Ridge, Jon Yeager and wife Yolanda of Bentonville; three brothers, Maury Catlin, Michael Catlin, and his twin, Matt Catlin, all of Kansas; two sisters, Melanie Barrientos of Kansas, Marsha Morrison of Colorado; and five grandchildren.

A funeral service was held Wednesday, September 12, at Heritage Funeral Home Chapel in Springdale with interment will be at Elm Springs Cemetery.

A memorial service was held in Harrison Saturday, September 15, at Woodland Heights Baptist Church.

Memorial contributions may be made to Celebrate Recovery, c/o Fellowship Bible Church, 1051 W Pleasant Grove Rd., Rogers, AR  72758.

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Hello Kathryn. My thoughts and prayers are with you. One can never find the words to express what we feel at times like this for there really are no words. Just heart to heart. Nothing can compare to the beauty of a life or the uniqueness of a special soul. I know Marty will be sorely missed. May God keep you in the palm of his hands and may you know how very much you are loved. Thinking of you,
Chris Kelley Turner

Karen Wallace White
Karen Wallace White

My sympathy to Marty’s family.
May God rain down his peace and love on your family during this difficult time.
Remembering happy times when Mike was a welcomed guest at our house, a great friend to my brother Craig.
Many time the other brothers would tag along. We had fun times!
Fondly remembering the Catlin family!