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Trisha Jean Martinez

June 28, 1978 - May 18, 2019

On Saturday May 18, 2019 at 5:25 a.m., our Heavenly Father gave the strongest loving soul her angel wings. Trisha Jean Fagan Martinez was born on June 28, 1978 to her parents Ron Fagan and Glenda Fagan in Fort Campbell, Kentucky. Her father, Ron Fagan, served in the United States Army from June 1975 to June 1978 in Fort Campbell, Kentucky. Trisha lived a blissful 40 years enjoying numerous hobbies such as watching her favorite television shows, dancing, sing karaoke, going to the casino, playing bingo, painting, couponing and garage selling; but most of all being a Bobcat and soccer mom. Anyone who came across her knew of her extraordinary talents: making tamales, doing taxes, party planning, drawing, taking care of others, moving mountains and being the #1 New York Giants fan. She was a very outspoken, hardworking, devoted wife, mother, sister and daughter who will be greatly missed. Trisha was the rock and soul of everyone that loved her dearly. There will not be a day that goes by that she will not be missed. She was a fighter who never gave up, if she was here today she would say “Don’t cry, wipe your tears, I’m ok”.  Trisha is in paradise up above smiling and watching over us. Rest in peace our Angel, we all love you and will see you again.

Trisha is survived by her husband of 21 years, Ruben Cantu Martinez; their six boys, Jordan Hargrow 24, Nathaniel Martinez 23, Andrew Martinez 18, Isaiah Martinez 16, Elijah Martinez 15, and Ruben Jr Martinez 13; five siblings, Michael Fagan, Natasha Fagan, Mindy Martinez, Melissa Martinez and Samantha Villarreal; and numerous nieces and nephews.

She was preceded in death by her mother, Glenda Fagan and sister-in-law, Cynthia Martinez.

A funeral service will be held at 2:00 p.m., Wednesday, May 29, 2019 at First Baptist Church-Celina, 841 North Preston Road, Celina, Texas.  The family will receive friends during a visitation on Tuesday evening from 7:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. at the church.

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Trisha and her family were our first friends we made when we moved to Celina. We will miss her dearly and deeply. Rest easy Trish! We will help Ruben with those boys and you will never be forgotten!!!
Diana Wilson, May 28, 2019 I am so sorry for your loss. Please remember that Trisha's torch has not been put out but rather simply passed to each of you to carry on. She created a light in this world that goes on no matter how dark the day may seem. She is with you in ways you can't yet imagine. Hold on to each other and you will find your way through the sorrow and grief to come out the other side stronger because she was a part of your life. She made it better and her memory will carry you through. You are all loved and have so many people praying for you. Be blessed and don't be afraid to reach out when you need to. Sunny Hand, May 28, 2019 Ruben, I am so sorry to hear that Trisha has passed away! Its was a pleasure to have worked with her for a couple of years at Lowe's. Trisha always made it a point to stop by and say hello or offer a hand to help me out if needed. Know that we can be assured of seeing her again in that city the book of revelation speaks about! Who ever reads these words Please Don't Miss It For The World! May God Bless and keep the Martinez Family in His loving care today and the days that lay ahead!
David Jaynes, May 26, 2019 Dear Ruben and family, Our hearts are broken for you. Please accept our sincere sympathy. Prayers for peace and comfort in the coming days. Much love to all, Sheri & Darrin Proske Sheri Proske, May 23, 2019 What a beautiful message for a beautiful sister. Love, Big Brother Michael Fagan, May 23, 2019