Martha A. Tucker
January 19, 1942 – August 7, 2018
Martha A. Tucker, 76, of Manvel, TX passed away August 7, 2018. She was born in Sugar Land, TX on January 19, 1942. She was married to Bill Tucker. Martha loved going to the casinos, watching old westerns, eating candy and playing Rummy with her grandkids. Martha was preceded in death by her loving husband Bill and her daughter Kathy A. Stafford. She is survived by daughter Tammie Elletson and son Ricky D. Myers; grandchildren Marcus Oliva, Krystal Elletson and Rachel Archer; brother Jimmy Hill; and sisters Sue McMellon and Carol Jones.
A Graveside service will be held at 10:00 a.m. Saturday, August 11, 2018 at Forest Park East Funeral Home and Cemetery, 21620 Gulf Freeway, Webster, TX 77598 with a visitation prior at 9:30 a.m.
Pallbearers will be Marcus Oliva, Mark Elletson, Mark Archer, Jeremy Hernandez, Jerald Schwen, and Jon Wachtendorf.
- Marcus Oliva
- Mark Elletson
- Mark Archer
- Jeremy Hernandez
- Jerald Schwen
- Jon Wachtendorf
- Visitation Saturday, August 11, 2018
- Graveside Service Saturday, August 11, 2018
Martha A. Tucker
November 5, 2018
Martha Tucker I will always remember you, the fun we had together and some not so good times you were there for me no matter what. I will never forget our younger years, your garage, the pool table and parties . If a person could have a second Mom you would be that to me. Speaking of Moms my Mom thought the world of you. Her times with you were always happy and she always wanted to know if you would be there when Tammie and I got together. You always made us feel like Family.
Knowing your daughter, Tammie, and knowing the similar unforgettable relationship I had with myMom , I know Tammie will always have an empty lonely place where you were everyday of her life. Not a day will go by when she will not think of you and wish you were here with her but not in pain or sick, but healthy sharing fun and good times with you. I know because I have these same feelings. We cant bring you back that’s just not meant to be. I know every moment you watch over us and from time to time tug on God Almighty’s hand when we need a little extra help. Martha would tell everyone of us to live our lives with zest afterall Martha was never too old to dance! When the time comes that we meet our maker, we’ll also be looking for you. IAll my Love , Laura (Palms) Johnson
August 11, 2018
Deepest Sympathy......Hope God will give you comfort and peace in the midst of your sorrow. She will be sadly missed and never forgotten.