Juanita "Jaine" Martinez

November 24, 1945February 7, 2019

The viewing for Jaine Martinez, 73, of Lubbock will be today February 11, 2019 from 6 pm - 8 pm. Services will be February 12, at 1 pm at Resthaven’s Abbey Chapel with Minister Michael Isom officiating. Interment will follow at Resthaven Memorial Park. Arrangements are under the direction of Resthaven Funeral Home & Memorial Park, Lubbock, TX.

Jaine went home to our Lord and Savior Thursday February 7, 2019. She was preceded in death by her father Juan Carlos Galicia, her mother, Irene Galicia, her sister Mary Alicia Alvarez, her brothers Frank Julio and Hershel Joe Galicia and her son Robert Joe Galicia.

Jaine was born November 2, 1945 in Lockhart, Texas to the late Juan Carlos and Irene Galicia. She was married to David Martinez Junior for 48 years. Janie dedicated 30 years of her life caring for the residents of the Lubbock State School. She was a lifelong resident of Lubbock and a member of Kingdom Life Fellowship Church.

Janie is survived by her husband David Martinez, Junior; her children, Felix, David, Randy, Sally and Samuel; 18 grandchildren and 41 great grandchildren; brothers Juan and Robert Galicia and 5 sisters, Ramona Medellin, Daisy Herrera, Frances Marcado, Lucky Herrera and Jessica Garzes.

Online condolences may be offered on our website at


  • Tiberias Galicia
  • Titus Galicia
  • Felix J. Galicia
  • Felix Gabriel Galicia
  • Samuel Galicia
  • Felix Galicia


  • Visitation Monday, February 11, 2019
  • Funeral Service Tuesday, February 12, 2019

Juanita "Jaine" Martinez

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Lillian Ruth Galicia

February 13, 2019

Mom Janie has been Mom and Best friend to me for 37 years. She is Grandma Janie to my boys and cared and supported us unconditionally. Mom never knew a stranger. She welcomed all with open arms.
Mom gave me the guidance I needed in my struggles and encouragement when I doubted myself. As best friends Mom didn't mind me sharing my advice with her. So opened minded our Mom.
And yes, Mom's cooking is one of our fondest blessings next to her unconditionally love. I always enjoyed calling Mom for any recipe to cook up for her loving son Felix. She never minded sharing her skills with me. In fact she welcomed it.
I will carry her wisdom with me always and share as she did for all she loves. We know you are home. Rest well our previous Mother.

April Salazar

February 11, 2019

Jay, Xy&&I would love to visit tia Janey she always gave us big hugs with open loving arms. She brought comfort to my heart I will miss her wise words and her jokes about my grandpa. Not to mention her cooking she was the best who taught generations she taught my aunt Virginia to cook who then taught me I will never forget such a beautiful vibrant strong woman who I’m proud to have known rest in heaven tia you’re job here is complete!