Anderson-Clayton-Gonzalez Funeral Home

1111 Military Pkwy, Mesquite, TX


Martha Perez de Victoriano

February 12, 1941February 7, 2020

Martha Victoriano

Born February 12, 1941, in Michoacan, Mexico, and passed away February 7, 2020, in Mesquite, Texas, at the age of 78. Preceded in death by her son, Roberto.

She is survived by her loving husband of 61 years, Rafael Victoriano; her sons with spouses, Ramiro and Magdalena and Rafael and Pia; her daughters with spouses, Patricia and Francisco, Dolores and Ruben, Enriqueta and Francisco, Martha and Jose, Silvia and Armando, and Juana and Sergio; and by her 29 grandchildren and many beloved great grandchildren.

For those of you who knew Martha, we will never forget how she took care of all of us, guiding, advising and encouraging us to be our best. And while she was first and foremost a mother, wife and homemaker, she was also an entrepreneur. She ran a clothing resale shop out of her garage, remodeled and rented out properties, and grew limes and avocados for sale. She had only a first-grade education and so was self-taught in every way. Highly intelligent yet practical, she had a loving and patient nature, never uttering a harsh word, but was always truthful and down to earth. She was a beautiful person inside and out. She will remain in our hearts forever and we will never forget her.


  • Visitation Tuesday, February 11, 2020
  • Rosary Service Tuesday, February 11, 2020
  • Funeral Service Wednesday, February 12, 2020


Martha Perez de Victoriano

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Armando Leon

February 13, 2020

Jamas olvidare pero seguro estoy que estas feliz suegrita me cuesta tanto como tu sabes no estar ahi pero me reconforta saber que tu estaras eternamente en mi gracias por lo que me regalaste eternamente 🌠

Lucero León

February 11, 2020

Una gran persona, madre de mi gran cuñada Silvia Victoriano, una persona a la cual aprendi a respetar a través del amor que mi cuñana, mis sobrinos y mi hermano tienen por ella, Gracias doña Martha por querer tanto a mi hermano ❤
Cuñada mi mas sentido pesame, no encuentro que palabra decir para conforar tu corazon y sentimiento, se que en Dios y en los bonitos recuerdos que ella dejo en ti encontraras esa paz y consuelo.
Te quiero mucho Pancha, y Dios conceda resignación a toda tu familia 🙏🏻🙏🏻

Jose luis y Juana Victoriano

February 11, 2020

Tia Martha, sin duda era un gusto ir verla de toluca, Estado de México a Cd Hidalgo cada que venia, era un gusto para nosotros verla abrazarnos y platicar con ustedes, de ante mano le agradecemos todo lo que a hecho por nosotros, gracias a Dios que nos dios tiempo de habernos tratado, sin duda estamos muy agradecidos como matrimonio de todo el apoyo,el cariño dado y por esos buenos frutos que son nuestros primos, la llevamos en nuestro corazón.

Perla Victoriano

February 10, 2020

Maria, (our nicknames)
I will miss all your love,wisdom, and amazing food that we got to share together. I have so many favorite memories and I thank God for that opportunity he gave me. But, if I had to choose it would be the last couple of years where you helped me grow as a mother for my daughters all of your encouraging words and always helping me if you could it meant the world to me. I love you so much and will always carry you in my heart. Enjoy Heaven my sweet angel.

Dora Kung

February 9, 2020

Doña Martha was an incredible woman filled with love and patience. I remember always feeling welcomed in a house full of kids and food and laughter. Food = Love ❤️. At any given time, I could find tacos de frijoles warm and ready to eat. She was like, “what’s one more kid?” and a plate would appear in front of my face! Doña Martha always took the time and care when preparing her food; just like she took care of her family... always with love and inclusion. She will always be remembered and deeply loved.

Love, Dora and Thad