OBITUARY

Mary M. Martinez

February 20, 1921May 9, 2018

Mary Hortensia Moreno de Martinez, 97, was born in Raton, New Mexico on February 20,1921, later moving to Walsenburg, Colorado. Mary met Daniel Eli Martinez and married June 24, 1936. They had seven children. Mary was preceded in death by her husband and six of her seven children, Daniel David, Phyllis Darlene, (Hamilton), Elizabeth (Rodriguez), Miguel, Kristen (Gallegos Trujillo), and Thomas. Mary is survived by her son, Robert Martinez of Lakewood, CO. She had 11 grandchildren, 11 great grandchildren, and five great-great grandchildren. Mary was a homebody taking care of her children and grandchildren. Mary is also survived by younger brothers and sisters, Miguel and John Gomez, Delores Wellwood, and Gloria Mohan, all residing in California.

Until a couple of months before her passing, Mary, navigated her home taking care of herself and enjoying visits with family and friends.

Services

  • Visitation Sunday, May 20, 2018
  • Visitation Tuesday, May 22, 2018
  • Funeral Service Wednesday, May 23, 2018
  • Committal Service Wednesday, May 23, 2018
REMEMBERING

Mary M. Martinez

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Gloria Mohan

May 21, 2018

Dear Mary,
I would like to say how much I love you. You’re going to be missed so much but I feel you will be happy to be joining your husband Dan.
You have quite a few relatives waiting to see you including your mom, sister, brothers, and some of your own children.
Please know that you will forever be in my heart and the hearts of your surviving brothers and sisters.
Rest In Peace.

Your loving sis Gloria


Photo of Mary and Dan’s wedding day included.

Sean Cowell

May 20, 2018

When I first met Mary
Erika was introducing me to her Family as her boyfriend..... she immediately knew I was gonna be the one to sweep Erika off her feet and be her husband. She welcomed me into her family with loving arms . She told it how she saw it pulled no punches and spared no feelings and I loved her for that.
She was a great person and I am proud to have known her over the past 8 years she meant the world to my wife and I and she will be missed.



love you Mary.
Sean Cowell

FROM THE FAMILY