Martha June Martin


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June 16th, 1931 - December 8th, 2011

From: Thayer, MO
Visitation: 6pm-8pm Tuesday, December 13, 2011
Clary Funeral Home - Mammoth Spring, AR
Funeral: 2pm Wednesday, December 14, 2011
Clary Funeral Home - Mammoth Spring, AR
Burial: Shiloh Cemetery - Alton, MO

Martha June Martin, age 80 of Mammoth Spring, AR, was born June 16, 1931, in Claremore, OK, and passed away December 8, 2011, at the Shady Oaks Healthcare in Thayer, MO.

Survivors include: 3 daughters, Valerie Bentley and husband Carl of Mtn. Grove, MO, Brenda Yarbrough and husband Ron of Sacramento, CA, and Teri Rylander and husband John of Mammoth Spring, AR; 3 sons, Mike Martin and wife Joy of Crockett, TX, Jimmy Martin and wife Vicki of Mammoth Spring, AR, and Chris Martin and wife Patricia of Thayer, MO; numerous grandchildren and great-grandchildren; and several other relatives and friends.

She was preceded in death by: her parents, James and Myrtle Sturges; her husband, Lloyd Dale Martin; and 1 son, Richard Allen Martin.

Graveside services will be 2pm Wednesday, December 14, 2011, at the Shiloh Cemetery in Alton, MO. Family night will be 6pm-8pm Tuesday, at the Clary Chapel in Mammoth Spring, AR. Arrangements are under the direction of the Clary Funeral Home of Mammoth Spring, AR.

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MISSING YOU

I MISS YOU WHEN YOUíRE NOT AROUND
IíM EVEN LOST WITHOUT YOUR SOUND
THE WAY YOU TELL ME ďITíS ALL RIGHTĒ
BUT IT HURTS BECAUSE YOUíRE NOT IN SIGHT
YOUíRE NOT WITHIN MY REACH
AND I DONíT UNDERSTAND
WHEN I REACH OUT TO HOLD
I DONíT FEEL YOUR HAND
THE WAY YOU HUGGED ME
YOU ALWAYS KNEW HOW
I TOOK IT ALL FOR GRANTED
AND I MISS IT ALL SO MUCH
BUT IT HURTS THE WORSE WHEN
I DONíT HAVE YOU TO SEE, HEAR OR TOUCH

By SARAH ANGELIA CALDWELL




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Condolences Received:

Brenda Yarbrough
11 Dec 2011, 11:06
Life will never be the same without our beautiful Mother. I know she went to a better place to be with Daddy and Rick. We will love them all forever. Mom you were so much more than a mother to me. I know you knew that, but I wish I could tell you one more time. I love you so much.
Barbara & Ron Hill
11 Dec 2011, 15:14
rest in peace-she is home with lloyd and so many others, in a better place.
Kathy Beaman
12 Dec 2011, 11:44
I want to tell her kids I am so sorry she passed and how much I loved her. All of us kids were all in each others homes frequently playing and probably driving her crazy when growing up and even when grown always felt at home when visiting her and Lloyd. She always treated us 3 like her own kids which included a good talking to when we did somethng wrong. She is missed but is without pain and with Jesus now and someday we will see her again.
Ronnie Jr. & Susan Yarbrough
12 Dec 2011, 19:15
For my Grandma will always have a piece of my heart.. We will miss her now and forever as we part. Death leaves a heartache no one can heal, love leaves a memory no one can steal. Rest In Peace Grandma Martha. With Love, Ronnie!
Stephanie Lyon
12 Dec 2011, 20:26
Love you so much Grandma...and will forever. You are missed. Loving you in California, wishing I could be there with family. Stephanie Bentley~Lyon
Ethel Beaman
12 Dec 2011, 22:18
I will never forget Martha. She and Lloyd and their whole family were close to my family for so many years that it seemed like it would go on for forever! We will certainly miss her. How I wish I could be with "all you kids" now and hug and pray with you! But since I can't do that, please know that I love you very much and pray for the comfort that only The Holy Sririt can give to you! Just remember- she is with Jesus now and her loved ones in heaven. We must be sure our hearts are prepared to be with her, the rest of the family and Jesus one day, not far away, for surely Jesus is coming soon!! Love to you all, Aunt Ethel
Joann Beaman
12 Dec 2011, 22:31
I want to tell all the family that I'm sorry about Martha passing away. I love you all and pray for your comfort. I pray we'll be together again one day. Love, Joann Beaman
Garland Hill
13 Dec 2011, 00:39

God bless
Collins
13 Dec 2011, 07:53
Our thought and prayer are with your family, Martha was a great friend and will be truley missed Love Liz,Andy,Lou
Neal Beaman
13 Dec 2011, 09:33
I remember Martha mostly as a cheerful person. She was always ready to laugh.
She always seemed to have time to listen to us kids... even though when all of us were together we made quite a mob!
I also remember a lot of good meals. She didn't complain about how much we ate or cooking.
She was a very good person.
Joy Lynn Williams Martin
13 Dec 2011, 13:37
This was one of the most genuine women I have ever known. If I could hold someone up as an example that I would want to be more like, it would be Martha June Martin. Her name and her nature live on in my daughter, her granddaughter, Kimistry June Martin...who is loving, forgiving and kindhearted; who also shares her middle name. Martha June Martin...her name 'sings' just her nature...always pleasant to be around life was always better just because you were around her. You will be sorely missed Martha..but we will see you again and I do wish I would have been given the ability to cook fried chicken like you did...but I assure you it's not WHAT you did that will be missed, it's WHO YOU ARE that will be most missed. love you forever...joy lynn martin
Carolyn Holderman Conser
13 Dec 2011, 19:12
Deepest sympathy to Martha's family & friends. I will always remember Martha for her positive personality and contagious laugh...which I can clearly hear in my heart. God Bless. Peace, hugs & love to you all during this time of loss & remembrance. Carolyn - Modesto CA
woody and sue kellett
23 Dec 2011, 14:57
sorry for your loss
Vicki Williams [Martin}
23 Dec 2011, 18:04
Dear Family, I am so sorry about MOM, it has been so long since I have seen everyone but ya'll are still the same in my heart, Family!
Mom will truely be missed, she was a rock through thick and thin, I can't remember not one time she'd say a bad thing about anyone, she always looked for the good in people and her gracious loving way was contagious along with her laugh....I love you Mom and will miss you but will rejoice as the Lord tells us,,,You beat us there and I know one day I will see you again! Until then I can still see your smiling face and her those famous words...It will be alright.....love you and all the family... May Gods Blessings be upon ya'll and his peace that passes all understanding fill your hearts and comfort you....Vicki
Raymond Lee
20 Aug 2012, 15:36
Mom, you were like a real mother whenever I was there in Grangerland and Groceville, and also in Huffman. I lost track with everyone over the years and I am so sorry to hear about your passing. I remember Jimbo and I coming out to the place in Grangerland and you would NEVER let us leave until you fed us. You were a special lady and always had good things to say. My perayers are with your family and I would love to hear from Teri or Mike. I'm doing good, we all grew up into better people and you will always be remembered. God Bless you and Pop yall are both in my Prayers. God Bless and if Teri or Mike read this please email me or call me I'm listed in Dayton, Tx. under my name.
Raymond Lee