Aug 27, 1964---Mar 21, 2024

     Martin Giebler, II, 59, of Kansas City, KS, passed away on Thursday, March 21, 2024. Family services will be private. In lieu of flowers, the family is grateful to accept donations toward a memorial park bench to be located at Martin's favorite walking park: English Landing in Parkville, MO. 

     Martin was born August 27, 1964, in Hays, KS, the son of Marvin and Wilma (Werth) Giebler. He was a graduate of Sumner Academy High School and had been a mail handler for the U.S. Postal Service for 33 years, retiring in 2023. Martin was adventurous and enjoyed nature, fast cars, bicycling, weight-lifting and listening to music but, most of all, he enjoyed spending time with and caring for his family.

     Martin was preceded in death by his parents and his brothers, David and Gerard. He is survived by his brother and sister-in-law, Mark and Kim Giebler, his niece and grand-niece, Krystal and Ellianna Giebler and numerous family and friends. Martin will be remembered as a kind, loving son, brother, uncle, cousin and friend. He will be deeply missed. 




Bob and Chris Brown Mar 27, 2024

Friend ,Kansas City ,Kansas

Mark, our thoughts and prayers are with you and Kim during this time. We love you both and know how hard it is to loose a brother. Our condolences.

Kevin Handy Mar 29, 2024

I'm sorry to hear of Martin's passing.I worked with him throughout the last 14 years of his Postal career. He was always pleasant in personality,decent in character, and always relied upon to give a truthful response. In today's Era of misinformation (lies),Martin was a much welcome friend that could be counted upon to keeping it real. We'll miss you. Kevin Handy

Karen Stotler Mar 31, 2024

Co-worker ,Kansas City ,Missouri

I'm saddened to hear of Martin's passing. I worked with him on 3rd floor & we had some interesting & funny conversations. Wish he could've enjoyed retirement longer. God Bless

Daryl Davis Apr 01, 2024

cousin ,Nixa ,Missouri

Hi Mark, it's your cousin Daryl. I'm so sorry to hear of Martins passing! If you would at your convenience give me a call, I would like to chat with you 417-987-7439. Thanks!

Ron Pillers May 05, 2024

Co-worker ,Kansas City ,Missouri

This hits hard. Martin was the greatest guy to be around. We had a pretty tight group on the third floor. Martin made the work day better for all of us. I’m glad we stayed in touch since I retired in 2020.