Martin Houston Pavolini
Martin Houston Pavolini, 72, of Pass Christian, MS passed away Monday, January 11, 2021 in Bay St. Louis, MS. Martin was a lifelong resident of DeLisle, MS. He was a loving and caring soul with many titles. He was a son, brother, dad, uncle, pawpaw and friend. He held many careers and wore many hats, just as long as he was working or giving. He valued hard work and honesty. He loved being in the presence of comradery and being able to help anyone who needed a hand. He was preceded in death by his father, Martin Houston Pavolini, Sr.; mother, Juanita Ricks Pavolini and grandson, Jacob Zollinger. He is survived by his seven children, Yvette Zollinger (Jay), Todd Zollinger (Leigh), Cindy Sharkey (Toma), Jillian "Nikki" Griswold (Bjorn), Glenda "GiGi" West (Greg), Chris Pavolini and Amber Sykes; four sisters, Judy Dickenson, Doris LaRosa (David), Elaine Duprey and Glenda Bennett (Art); brother, Warren Pavolini; numerous grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews who loved  and will miss him dearly. Arrangements will be announced at a later date. Edmond Fahey Funeral Home is in charge of the arrangements.

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Shirley Lizana McGee

Sending prayers and sincere condolences of Martins passing , to his precious family and friends . We dated many years ago, when he was in the service . He was good friends with my brothers and family through the years . in the Pass and DeLisle. As in life we both went our separate ways but met again in FAcebook about 2 years ago . I will surely miss him and recall our fond memories , of the times we spent together riding in the canoe in the canals in DeLisle , the dances at Cable Bridge Lounge , the letters we shared when he was in the military . May he Rest In Peace , my dear friend Martin

Shirley Lizana McGee

I wish to send my sincere condolences to Martin’s family . He was a friend of my brothers and he and I dated when I was 16-17, many years ago and he was in the service . I recall when he came home , but with life , we went our own way .. I’ve always had fond memories of him over the years , and we got acquainted again , about 2 years ago on Facebook . He will surely be missed by so many , My prayers are with his family and close friends in this time of your grief . Goodbye Martin , I’ll miss you and I’ll always remember our canoe ride down those little canals and the letters we shared during your service time . ,and May you now Rest In Peace , my dear friend

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