MARTHA G. AGUIRRE
February 23, 1949 – December 2, 2018
Martha Banda Aguirre was born February 23, 1949 in Edinburg, Texas. She left this earthly home on December 2, 2018 in Dallas, Texas.
Martha was a manager at Hilton Hotel for many years, and enjoyed her work. Her true passion and love though was her family. She treasured family time so much, from birthdays to get togethers’, she enjoyed any chance to be with them. Martha’s Children and Grandchildren were her world. She was the best mother and was always there for her children as their rock and confidant. Martha was an extremely inspirational person and loving soul to all who were fortunate enough to know her.
Martha is preceded in death by mother, Guadalupe Banda; Children, Jose F. Aguirre Jr; Grandchildren, Mario B. Martinez, Maria I. Martinez; Brothers, Ambrocio Banda, and Samuel Sandoval.
Martha is survived by children, Martha Cardenas, Joey Sanchez, Daniel Sanchez, Chris Aguirre; grandchildren, Nautica Aguirre, Kristopher Syncere Aguirre, Charles Federico Aguirre, Kalisi Montalro, Juan Martinez, Sandra Cardenas, Ricky Cardenas, Paulina Sanchez, Daisy Sanchez, Stephanie Sanchez, Virginia Sanchez, Julie Sanchez; along with extended family members of the Aguirre and Banda family.
Visitation will be held at Grove Hill Funeral Home Chapel Thursday, December 6, 2018 from 4-9pm, Rosary at 7pm.
Funeral Mass will be held at St. Bernard de Clairvaux Catholic Church 1404 Old Gate Ln, Dallas, TX 75218 Friday, December 7,2018 at 10am.
“May my works speak for me”
- Visitation Thursday, December 6, 2018
- Funeral Service Friday, December 7, 2018
- Committal Service Friday, December 7, 2018
MARTHA G. AGUIRRE
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December 5, 2018
My grandma was my mom and dad all in one. My parents had me at 19 so they were young and weren't exactly ready to take the responsibility. My mother was a 19 year old teenager, and my dad was in prison. So when i wasn't with mom, i was with grandma. My grandma taught me so many things i know today, you can say she's my O.G. but i would much rather call her mama. She always kept a secret, and she would always help when you needed her to. Anybody was welcome in her home always. Maybe about 80% of people in this room have lived in her house at one point and time. She always had the best hugs and the best hand to hold. Im left now like what am I going to do now that you're gone? and i swear i hear someone saying what she would want me to do. I was depressed when she passed, didn't want to eat or move or interact, but knowing how she was, she wouldn't want me like that. I didn't only lose my grandma, i lost my mom, and my bestfriend. Everyone knows it was always me and her and grandpa at the house. I learned a lot of remedies and recipes and wise sayings to tell my kids someday. We're all going to miss her smile, her laugh, her stubbornness, and ofcourse her open arms.