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Cason Monk-Metcalf Funeral Directors

5400 North Street, Nacogdoches, TX

OBITUARY

Lt. John Scott Martin

April 7, 1954November 15, 2019
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In Memory Of Lt. John Scott Martin

Beloved Husband, Brother, Uncle and Son

Retired after 30 years of dedicated service from the Houston Metro Transit Police Department.

Preceded by father Gleason Orvis Martin and mother Billie Sue Martin.

Survived by wife Susan Beaty-Martin; Sister, Suzanne Martin George and husband Cotton George and nephew Brady George and Kirsten Ramsey.

Survived by brother in law and sister in law Gregg and Linda Salvaggio of Beaumont; Nephew, Joel Salvaggio and wife Gerry Kay Salvaggio and three daughters Emma, Maddy and Kendall; Niece, Tiffany Salvaggio Bryant and husband Jared Bryant and children Caleb and Macie Bryant.

Visitation will be Wednesday 11/20/2019 at noon, Cason Monk-Metcalf Sunset Chapel, 5400 North Street, Nacogdoches, Texas 75965

The Service will follow at 1:00pm, Cason Monk-Metcalf Sunset Chapel.

Burial will follow at Elm Grove Cemetery in Martinsville TX 75958, with a small reception at George Ranch FM345 Martinsville

In lieu of Flowers we are requesting donations to the 1800’s cemetery.

Elm Grove Cemetery P. O. Box 580506 Houston Tx. 77058 c/o John Scott Martin estate

Services

  • Visitation Wednesday, November 20, 2019
  • Funeral Service Wednesday, November 20, 2019

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Jorge Roman

November 19, 2019

I worked with John for several years prior to his retirement from the METRO Police Department. I will remember John for his tenacity, sense of humor, love of fishing and for his fondness of the family "Ranch". John will be sorely missed. May Glod Bless him and comfort Susan during this season of grief.

Respectfully, Jorge Roman

Mavis Fujii

November 19, 2019

Mr. John Martin was truly a GOOD man. He always was upbeat, kind, sweet, helpful. God has regained one of his own, an angel, and we are left with wonderful memories and, as well, a missing piece in all of our lives which no one can fill. Thank you, John, for gracing our lives and making us better. May God bless you....

Kimberly Robison

November 17, 2019

I knew the second I met Mr. and Mrs. Martin I had met 2 wonderful people. My heart is breaking for you Mrs. Martin. Mr. Martin was such a kind, sweet man. God called him home too soon but has truly gained a special angel. May He hold you all close during this difficult time.

Marcia Davenport

November 16, 2019

What a wonderful neighbor, person and friend. You will be sorely missed in this world of ours. Your being has transcended to the highest mountain, and I feel sure that you will find your best catch yet! Love and hugs to your family, especially Susan. Good bye, John.

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