Martha Bautista TERRAZAS

April 26, 1939September 12, 2020

Martha Bautista TERRAZAS was born on April 26, 1939 and passed away on September 12, 2020 in Corpus Christi, Texas and is under the care of Memory Gardens Funeral Home.

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Martha Bautista TERRAZAS

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Luz Maria Ibarbo

September 24, 2020

I will truly miss my cousin. I will cherish and miss our wonderful Saturday phone calls and I will always remember her with great love and respect.
Til we meet again Prima. Te quiero mucho.


Jeanne Wallace

September 24, 2020

I have great memories of Aunt Martha when I was a child and used to go with my mother to visit relatives in El Paso and also as an adult when she used to take care of my oldest, Trista when she was in elementary school. I have a couple of fond memories, one was when she took care of Trista who had chicken-pox and she answered the door with red lipstick spots all over her face and another is when she was trying (emphasize the word 'trying') to teach me how to make tamales and said my tamales were more like cigars. Thanks for being a great aunt!

Jane Terrazas Murphy

September 21, 2020

Dearest Aunt Martha

You always had a compassion for children. Thank you and my Uncle Cuco for taking care of me and my twin sister for awhile when my Dad could not decide what to do with two girls younger than 5 years old. You loved us then and always did. Blessings and strength for your entire family. Love you so much mi tia.

Jane Terrazas Murphy

Phyllis Juranek

September 18, 2020

Martha was my neighbor, best friend, confidant, and second Mother all rolled into one. I met her over 30 years ago when I moved to Kingsville and we were friends ever since. My daughter, Julie became friends with her grand daughters, Tanisha and Desiree, and so a great friendship began. We spent countless hours looking after the girls as they played and we all got to know each other. Martha and I always let each other know what was going on in the neighborhood, from a power outage to a tree being cut down, we were on it. I will truly miss her and offer my sincere condolences to her beloved family.

Richard. (Pinky) Hernandez

September 16, 2020

When I attended Texas Western 1963-67 I would on many occasions visit Martha & Cuco and spend many memorable weekends eating like a king and being mothered by Aunt Martha, I never wanted to leave. The kids were small and were poster children for being beautiful. In fact when Texas Western won the NCAA championship I was staying at their home for the weekend. Martha was a beautiful, sensitive and caring person. May God receive her and may she have everlasting peace. Que Dios La Bendiga

Colleen Trovato

September 16, 2020


Your beautiful mother’s influences are fully and boldly evident in how you love your own family. Your love of caring for your family with food clearly comes from her. So does your beauty. I see Martha in you, Piper and Jilly. At 13, your mom radiated an elegance that lived in her until her most recent photos. I will stand with you in the fight against Leukemia and pray for a cure in our lifetime on behalf of our loved ones. May this season of mourning and family be covered in God’s almighty presence. I am so thankful for your mother as she gave you us and did an amazing job. Blessings to your dad, siblings and family.

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