Elizandro L. Martinez
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Submitted by Edgar on December 22, 2013 - 12:35am
Elizandro L. Martinez, born in George West, Tx on May 28, 1949, to Crispin Martinez and Julia Lopez Martinez, went home on Dec. 17, 2013. He is survived by five daughters, Elizabeth Martinez of Hereford, Raquel Martinez, Norma Linda Martinez Soliz and husband, Damian, of Amarillo, Rosa A. Leal and husband, Johnny, of Hobbs, N.M. and Aracely Rivas of Fort Worth; three sons, Armando Rivas and wife, Gloria, of Fort Worth, Luis Rivas of Amarillo and Juan Jose Rivas and wife, Blanca, of Amarillo; six sisters, Diana M. Franklin and husband, Jody, of Stamford, Anita M. Sandoval and husband, Enrique, of Abilene, Sylvia M. Hernandez and husband, Santiago, of Stamford, Esmeralda Martinez of Tulsa, Okla., Isabella M. Maldonado of Amarillo and Irene M. Barrientos of Hereford; five brothers, Lupe Martinez of Amarillo, Jose Martinez of Hereford, Crispin Martinez Jr. and wife, Belia, of Amarillo, Alejandro Martinez and wife, Elda, of Knox City and Roberto Martinez of Stamford; 34 grandchildren; and 28 great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents; one sister, Maria M. De La Cruz; and one brother, Felix Martinez. Elizandro Martinez – We’ll forever stand in the light of his amazing grace. Elizandro went through life as a hard working man, providing for his family. He taught his kids and grandchildren, “Life is what you make it, and you get what you work for.” Elizandro never failed to make the people in his life laugh with his crazy stories, and hilarious jokes and nicknames. Elizandro fought his battle as long as he could, and left peacefully knowing he would reunite with his loved ones again, but until then, he will forever be in our hearts. THE PRECEDING IS A PAID OBITUARY.
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