Jimmy Wayne Martin Sr.

December 13, 1946April 28, 2018

Funeral Services for Jimmy Wayne Martin Sr., age 71, of Flint will be 1:00pm, Friday, May 4, 2018 at Tyler Memorial Funeral Home with burial in Noonday cemetery.

Mr. Martin was born on December 13, 1946 in Nacogdoches, Texas to Andrew and Reba Beall Martin and passed away on April 28, 2018 in Tyler.

He had lived in the area since 1966, he worked for Moore Asphalt for 26 years and was member of Gresham Baptist Church.

Survivors include: his son Jimmy Martin and Wife Virginia of Flint; grandchildren: Megan Meza of Chapel Hill, Courtney Martin of Tyler, Christa Munoz of Tyler, Brittany Davis of Elkhart and Travis Lackey of Flint; six great-grandchildren; brother Joe Martin of Nacogdoches; sisters Betty Mae Mace of Swansboro, North Carolina, and Avis Myers of Kilgore, Texas.

He was preceded in death by his parents; wife Laveda Dunn Martin in 2003; brothers Horace Lee, JB, and Junior.

Visitation will be 6-8pm Thursday at the Funeral Home.


  • Andrew Martin, Father
  • Reba Beall Martin, Mother
  • Laveda Dunn Martin, Wife
  • Horace Lee Martin, Brother
  • JB Martin, Brother
  • Junior Martin, Brother
  • Jimmy Martin Jr. and wife Virginia, Son
  • Megan Meza, Grandchild
  • Courtney Martin, Grandchild
  • Christa Munoz, Grandchild
  • Brittany Davis, Grandchild
  • Travis Lackey, Grandchild
  • Joe Martin, Brother
  • Betty Mae Mace, Sister
  • Avis Myers, Sister
  • Jimmy is also survived by six great-grandchildren.

  • Joe Gullett
  • C.J. Gullett
  • Miro Garcia
  • Chris Woodall
  • Dewey Humphries
  • Claton Seals


  • Visitation Thursday, May 3, 2018
  • Funeral Service Friday, May 4, 2018

Jimmy Wayne Martin Sr.

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Doris Martin Dowler

May 2, 2018

Jimmy and family,

So sorry for your loss. Death is certain for all of us...we all know that. But when we lose a loved one it doesn't make it any easier to deal with. As we walk through this life here on earth, we have to be mindful of the fact that this is our temporary home. Uncle Jim has gone to his permanent home to be with the love of his life, Laveda. He will be missed.

When I was just a kid, Uncle Jim and Laveda would come and get me and bring me back to Tyler with them. I loved to stay with was a mini vacation for me. They would take me out to eat...usually Mexican Food. A real treat for me because we never went out to eat. We would laugh and have lots of fun. A time in my childhood I will never forget.
Love always,

Darlene Louaillier

May 2, 2018

Jimmy and family, I am so sorry for your loss. Uncle Jimmy will be dearly missed. He was a great man whom worked hard and was loved by all who met him. I am so sorry I can't be with you at this time if there was anyway you know I would come running as I always have. There are only fond memories of a man I always thought of as my other Dad so many rush through my mind in the late hours . Virginia thank you so much for all the care giving and patience , you have been a blessing to Uncle Jimmy.
Love you Bubba,
Darlene & family