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Martin E. Jasmin, 56, clothing salesman, tailor

Martin E. Jasmin, a Hecht Co. salesman and tailor, died of a stroke Friday at his home in Baltimore's Sandtown-Winchester neighborhood. He was 56.

Mr. Jasmin, who was known as "Jazz," was born and raised in Sandtown-Winchester. He was a 1965 graduate of Carver Vocational-Technical High School, where he studied tailoring.

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During a career of more than 30 years, Mr. Jasmin worked in alterations at Steven Windsor Tall and Big Men's clothing store and Cushner's Men's Shops. He also worked in alterations at Hutzler's, Hochschild-Kohn and Macy's department stores.

For the past three years, he had been a sales associate in the men's department at the Hecht Co. store in Owings Mill.

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Mr. Jasmin, an outdoorsman, enjoyed camping and hiking at Patapsco Valley State Park, family members said.

He was a member of St. Gregory the Great Roman Catholic Church, 1542 N. Gilmor St., where a Mass of Christian burial will be offered at 10 a.m. Saturday.

Mr. Jasmin is survived by his mother, Catherine E. Jasmin of Baltimore; three brothers, Arthur I. Jasmin of Lochearn, Gregory J. Jasmin of Windsor Hills and Gerald C. Jasmin of Sandtown-Winchester; and a sister, Trinita R. Owens of Sandtown-Winchester.


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