OBITUARY

Phillip Basquez Martínez

April 15, 1943February 7, 2019

Phillip Martínez, 75, Kansas City, Missouri, passed away February 7, 2019 at home. He was raised in Corpus Christi, Texas, and a long-time Kansas City, Missouri, resident and owner of P&A Remodelers. Known by those who love him for his sharp wit, willingness to help others, and strong work ethic.

He was preceded in death by his mother Fabiana Martínez, son Aaron Martínez, grandson Kyle Martínez, and partner Pearl Fenton. Survived by his sister Asenet Woodward, daughter Díana Martínez, and three sons, Pete Martínez, Paul Martínez, Phillip Martínez. He had four grandchildren and other loved ones who will miss him greatly.

A graveside service will be held on Thursday, February 21, 2019, 1 p.m. at Mt. Moriah Cemetery, 10507 Holmes Road, Kansas City, Missouri 64131. Family members, loved ones, and friends will meet in the funeral home then travel to the site.

  • FAMILY

  • Fabiana Martínez (deceased), Mother
  • Aaron Martínez (deceased), Son
  • Kyle Martínez (deceased), Grandson
  • Pearl Fenton (deceased), Partner
  • Asenet Woodward, Sister
  • Díana Martínez, Daughter
  • Pete Martínez, Son
  • Paul Martínez, Son
  • Phillip Martínez, Son
  • Four Grandchildren, ...

Services

  • Graveside Service Thursday, February 21, 2019
REMEMBERING

Phillip Basquez Martínez

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Barbara Bivens

February 20, 2019

I first met Mr. Martinez and his son when he came to my house to fill the hole in the wall that my children had made after having a dispute. And I don’t know who referred me to him but I called him and he was out the next day and he repaired that wall like nobodies business. He did a perfect job!!. From then on I was calling on him and referring him to everyone I knew. He worked on a lot of my friends and family members homes. He was very nice and personable. He told jokes and he really cared about others. he made sure that his work was done at very high standards!!!! , and that’s what kept me coming back for more and more work. He and I was family. Every time I needed him he was there. I would run into him at waffle house sometimes and he would tell the waitress to pick up my tab . We even fell out one time but we still respected and cared for one another. I met his son Pete and grandson Brian through him, as well. He also would mentor young guys to learn his expert carpenter skills. I was sad to hear of his home going and will truly miss him. He often asked me to pray for his sick partner. I know I will see him again because he often talked about the Lord. See you in the Rapture MR Martinez!!

Familia Ramirez

February 8, 2019

Mis condolencias para la familia. Y que el Dios de todo consuelo le de paz en estos momentos difíciles. (2 Corintios 1:3,4)

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY