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Martha Jane Mitchell Naro-Pflasterer

Pelham, Alabama

Feb 18, 1941 – Feb 8, 2018 (Age 76)

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Martha Naro-Pflasterer, 76 of Vestavia Hills, passed away on Thursday, February 8, 2018. Martha graduated from Phillips High School and was a model for Bea McLaughlin Talent and Modeling. She worked at U.S. Steel before retiring, after 17 years, from Brookwood Hospital. She was a member of...

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I remember Martha most as one the soccer moms during Gianetta's Briarwood days. What fun we all had during those years! May God continue to give His peace and comfort to sweet Gianetta and her family.

Martha and I talked frequently when she worked at Brookwood Medical Center: we laughed; we cried; we complained; and we celebrated together. The woman I called Aunt Martha as a child became my friend as an adult. I am grateful for the time we had together as friends. I pray her soul rests in peace and that Gianetta and Jake will find comfort in the Lord.

Gianetta,
I was sorry to hear about your Mother. May God bless and comfort you during this difficult time.
Gloria Barone
Athens, AL

Martha & Gianetta lived next door to us while I was growing up on Old Brook Trail. They actually lived in what was originally my grandfather's house. They were family to us!

She was a wonderful woman and will be missed by many.

Martha and I went to grammer school and high school together. She had a beautiful voice and always dressed elegantly. I have fond memories of her and the lovely dinner parties she used to have. Gianetta was her heart!

Martha was a wonderful lady, and a good friend. We will miss her very much.

Martha was a beautiful and fun lady She helped our family so many times and provided a safe haven at Brookwood. May she Rest In Peace. Donny and Beth Hosmer

I worked with Martha for a long time. We considered each other as family. I already feel a Blank spot in my life that she has filled for many years.