OBITUARY

Damaris Martinez Hernandez

June 19, 1972May 8, 2019
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Damaris Martinez Hernandez, age 46, passed away on May 8, 2019 in Saginaw, Texas. She was born on June 19, 1972 in Ponce, Puerto Rico to Hector Martinez and Nydia Hernandez. Damaris was raised in Penuelas, Puerto Rico and graduated from Adolfo Grana Rivera in 1991. She married Gabriel D. Vazquez in 2003 and the couple had two children. She was a fleet service clerk at Envoy Air where she worked for more than three years. In her spare time, she enjoyed gardening, cooking, baking, and spending time with her family. Her family and friends will always remember her as a happy person, always smiling and helping everyone around her. She is preceded in death by her father, Hector Martinez; paternal grandmother, Noemi Baez; maternal grandmother, Juanita Borrero; and maternal grandfather, Guillermo Hernandez. She is survived by her husband, Gabriel Vazquez; and daughters, Gabriela M. Vazquez, and Cherlotte M. Sevick.

  • FAMILY

  • Gabriel Vazquez, Husband
  • Gabriela M. Vazquez, Daughter
  • Cherlotte M. Sevick, Daughter
  • Hector Martinez, Father
  • Noemi Baez, Grandmother
  • Juanita Borrero, Grandmother
  • Guillermo Hernandez, Grandfather

Services

  • Visitation Monday, May 20, 2019
  • Mass of Christian Burial Tuesday, May 21, 2019
  • Interment Tuesday, May 21, 2019

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Gloria Avilés

May 22, 2019

Lamento grandemente tu partida se que volverás pronto en la resurrección aquí en la tierra como lo promete Jehová Dios en la Biblia, recuerdo cuando fuimos compañeras de clase que siempre eras alegre, mis condolencias a toda la familia y compañeros de escuela, me uno a su dolor. Mis respetos.

Gloria Avilés

Maria Cledanor

May 21, 2019

I am really so sorry to hear about your passing. I was honored to have met you. You always had a beautiful smile and a great sense of humor. My thoughts and prayers are with your family.
May you Rest Heavenly Mari.
“Death leaves a heartache no one can heal, love leaves a memory no one can steal.”

Maria Cledanor & Family

Katherine Ramirez

May 20, 2019

Yo lo único que tengo para decir de ti nena es... Gracias por todo lo que hiciste por mi, pero sobretodo por Yuli, que está muy afectada por tu partida, ella me dijo “Mami ella era como mi segunda mamá” Estuviste con nosotras en el peor momento de mi vida, y me ayudaste tanto que te llevaste a Yuli para Puerto Rico, porque yo no funcionaba como persona, me sacaste las lágrimas, me apoyaste, me diste de comer, GRACIAS por ese delicioso pastel que le hiciste a Yuli para su cumpleaños y fuimos a celebrarlo, solo Dios sabe lo que hay en mi corazón, y lo demás TÚ ya lo sabes... Dale señor el descanso eterno y brille para ella la luz perpetua descanse en paz Amén 😔

Noemi Burgos

May 17, 2019

Querida Damaris:
Nunca olvidaré la ayuda que nos brindaste desde el momento que llegamos a Texas. Aún sin conocernos nos brindaste tu amor, ayuda, amistad y tu corazón. Nunca olvidaré el gran ser humano que fuiste. No olvidaré tus chistes siempre me sacaban una sonrisa. Tenías una sonrisa siempre a pesar de las dificultades que podías estar pasando. Voy a extrañar cada vez que se acerque un cumpleaños, por que no podré perdirte que hagas un cake. Voy a extrañar que me sigas llamando VECINA aunque te mudaste a Saginaw. Tocaste muchos corazones con tan solo ser tú: Damaris. Y ahora estarás en nuestros corazones.
Descansa en paz, Vecina.
Siempre te recordaremos: Noemi, Joey y Alejandro

Nancy Ruiz

May 16, 2019

I will always remember your happiness, your smile, your way of always making everybody feel happy and better. I will always be grateful to have met such an amazing, wonderful person and, from the memories I share with you from our childhood and school years, I take the best laughing, dancing, sharing moments. The distance is long, but my heart is with your family in this moment of sadness. I pray to our Lord in Heaven that He provides your family with the strength to stand up with faith to continue on... there are no words that I can say that spare them from the ache of losing you, but know that I and many others share that ache. Spread your wings, fly high, Halcona ‘91, Adolfo Grana Rivera. You will always live through our love and memories!!!

Junior Vasquez

May 16, 2019

Damaris, I never had the privilege to meet you, but I did get the privilege to meet your husband, my friend Gabriel. I meet him at work when he started to work in the oilfield in West Texas and we became good friends. Still till this point we keep in touch and it’s been quite a few years that we know each other. I was desvistated once I saw the news and couldn’t believe it happened to my friend. Gabriel I know words is not enough but sorry for loss. Damaris, RIP and may you always look over your beloved husband and your 2 daughters. (( HUGS )) to the Vazquez family from the Vasquez Family in Odessa Tx.

Rafael Zayas

May 16, 2019

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