Green Funeral Home


Anthony B. Martins

March 8, 1974May 4, 2020

Anthony “Tony” B. Martins 46, of Danbury passed away unexpectedly Monday, May, 4, 2020. He was the husband of Kristen (Mulhall) Martins of 15 years.

Tony was born March 8, 1974 in Danbury, son of Herminio and Connie (Barrigas) Martins of Danbury. He was a graduate of Danbury High School. Tony was employed as an electrician by Black Box Network Service and a member of IBEW Local 488 Union. He was an avid New York Giants and Mets Fan, loved all things Star Wars, was an active recreational volleyball and softball player, and adored his dog, Cosmo. In addition to his wife and parents, he is survived by his beloved twins, Michaela Ann and Anthony Andrew. Though their time was cut way too short with him, a lifetime of memories were made and will be cherished forever.

He is also survived by his brother, Victor Martins and wife Melissa of New Milford and brother, Paulo Martins and wife, Belén of Danbury, his mother-in-law, Marian Liebenhaut, father-in-law, Barry Mulhall and wife, Elsie, father-in-law, Michael Liebenhaut and wife, Wendy, his brother-in- laws, Daniel Sette, Andrew Leibenhaut, and Devin Mulhall, his godparents, Carlos and Sharon Barrigas and loved by an abundance of nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends. He is predeceased by maternal grandparents, Antonio and Ana Barrigas and cousin, Carlos Barrigas, Jr., and paternal grandparents, Justino and Laurinda Martins. Everyone who knew him loved and respected him.

In lieu of flowers, family and friends may contribute to a trust fund for Michaela and Anthony care of Union Savings Bank, 226 Main Street in Danbury. Checks to be made to Kristen Martins - Trustee with the memo: Michaela and Anthony Trust.

A graveside service will take place at 11:00am on Tuesday May 12th in Saint Peter Cemetery, Danbury. Those who wish to attend the graveside service are welcome, but are requested to respect social distancing and cemetery policy by remaining in their vehicles.


  • Michaela and Anthony Martins Trust Fund


  • Graveside Service

    Tuesday, May 12, 2020


Anthony B. Martins

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Joy and Rick Kisling

May 11, 2020

We were so so saddened to learn the bad news. Kristen and family, please know that you are all in our hearts and prayers. Our memories of Tony are the best. He was so kind, considerate and sweet. He made all the years we played volleyball together so special. Yes, he sometimes managed to steal the ball from my spot but always with his sheepish smile!!! We watched you and Tony grow from kids to parents. We have always loved you both. We are so sorry for your loss.....and ours.
Joy and Rick

David Barrigas

May 10, 2020

With heartbreak I send my condolences to the family.
When I think of Tony, I think of someone who just wanted to do what was right.
He was raised by loving parents, had an older brother that set a great example and in turn set a great example to his younger brother.
He married a wonderful woman and was blessed with beautiful children. He had it all and deservingly so.
But now we have lost him, but forever remains in our hearts and in our memories.
Tony was friendly and kind, honest and polite, smart and competitive. Tony was loved and respected by many.
I truly believe that when the gates of heaven were opened for Tony, that after God himself, his cousin Carlos Jr. was the first one in line to embrace him.
I'm proud to say I was his Uncle, as I enjoyed our conversations about baseball as we were both Met's fans.
He also had a great sense of humor and though I didn't share the same interest he had with Star Wars, I admired his passion when speaking on the subject.
Love for you will not rest, from your family, extended family, and friends. You will surely be missed.
Rest in peace Tony, you wanted to do what was right in your life and I think you succeeded.
May the 4th will forever be with us.

Christine McCord

May 8, 2020

My favorite memories of Tony are of playing Volleyball in Norwalk. I always hoped (and I think it was planned) Tony was next to me on the court because I wasn't very good and he was the best on the team. He was always quietly waiting to pick the ball up and get it over the net, making rec ball really fun and not stressful. We all secretly fought over standing next to him. The trunk-party after was the best part, just hanging out with Kristen and Tony laughing and enjoying life. Praying that Tony rests easy knowing that his family is surrounded by love and support always.

Sandy Russo

May 8, 2020

Victor and family, sorry for your loss, thinking of you much love to you!!

Rita Asare

May 7, 2020

Heaven has gained an Angel 😇 who is cool and collected kind gentle soul. Rest easy. Rest in Paradise. You left a big whole. May God rest your soul and watch over your family ❤️

José Luís Teixeira

May 7, 2020

It was with great pain that I heard of your passing. I will never forget our childhood memories together,especially the day you came to say goodbye to me when I left for Portugal. My heart goes to your family. Rest in peace my dear friend.

Rui Batista

May 7, 2020

Rest In Peace, buddy. You were a great friend to me when I first moved to this country. I’ve never forgotten those times you, me, Roger and Ricky would play basketball in my driveway on Comstock St... I’m sorry we didn’t stay more in touch, but from what I’ve heard, you stayed the same great dude you were, even back then. When we were young. You will be missed, Tony.