Ruben Martinez

Bryan, Texas

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Family of RUBEN "UVA"MARTINEZ,you have my deepest sympathy.May the Heare of Prayer strengthen and comfort you during this painful time in your lives.(Psalm65:2:Philippains 4:6,7)

My thoughts and prayers for the Martinez Family.

Out Thoughts & Prayers & Love going out to the Martinez Familia in this time in need....

Have strength for in Matthew 28:20 "And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age" my thoughts and prayers will be with your family now and always!

The Martinez Family,
May the strength of the Lord carry you through this time of grief. Ruben will be greatly missed for his comforting smile and genuine caring. Remember that God loved him more but
keeping his memories in your heart will help to ease the pain.

Frances- I am so sorry for the loss of your brother. Ruben was such a wonderful person and will be greatly missed. I really enjoyed being around him, he always made me laugh. Cherish all the memories of him and always remember the good times and know that he is in a much better place & no longer suffering. Our Father God will take good care of him!

Love you Frances,

Dear Frances, Paul and David, I am so sorry for the loss of your brother. Have some comfort in knowing he is in Heaven and at peace. I did not know your brother, but if he was anything like you all, he must have been a wonderful person. May God bless you all and keep his loving arms around you during your time of grief. - Diane Moreno Asher

Ruben was one of the kindest people I've ever known. He genuinely cared for the residents at The Villas. He will be missed. May God wrap you in his loving arms till we meet again.

Ruben, you were the first person I met, when I moved to the Villas. I felt like I had met a friend. You always had time to ask how I was.I am going to really miss you. Kay


Ruben's Obituary

Ruben Martinez passed away in Bryan, Texas. Funeral Home Services for Ruben are being provided by Hillier Funeral Home. The obituary was featured in The Bryan-College Station Eagle on January 27, 2013.