Juan Martinez
In Memory of
Juan Antonio "Tony" Martinez
2017
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Obituary for Juan Antonio "Tony" Martinez

Juan Antonio “Tony” Martinez from Brady, Texas, passed away, October 1, 2017 in Burleson, Texas at the age of 39 years, 11 months, and 6 days. Tony married Flora Sauceda on April 27 2002. Together they had three sons, Joseph Martinez, Adrian Martinez, and Hayden Sauceda. One daughter Alyssa Martinez and a special niece Aisha Martinez. All of the home.

Tony worked for Sonic, for the Kinslow Sonic Group, Owners Gary and Debbie Kinslow; with the guidance of Javier and Amelia Paniagua, Tony was very successful in his creer of 23 years as a general manager and supervisor. He had a passion to work for sonic. His work ethics were of high standards.

Tony’s hobbies were: traveling to the Caribbean, especially Cancun, Mexico and the Riviera Maya. He loved the Dallas Cowboys football team and loves attending the games, win or lose. Tony loves to dance. He loved spending time with his family, his friends, nieces and nephews. He was the uncle everyone loved.

Tony was a member or Divine Redeemer Church in Brady; and a big supporter of the Mexican Colony dances and park pavilion project.

Tony is preceded in death by his father, Ramon Martinez Sr. and a great nephew, Baby Anthony Zapata.

Survivors include his wife, Flora Martinez; sons, Joseph Martinez and girlfriend, Ana Ortega, Adrian Martinez, and Hayden Sauceda; and one daughter, Alyssa Martinez. His mother Felicitas Martinez; sisters Catalina Zapata and husband, Rosendo Zapata Jr; Anastacia Morales and husband, Jesse Morales, and Guadalupe A Torrez and husband, Eric Torrez.; brother, Ramon Martinez and wife, Erica Martinez. Special Parents – Domingo and Adaladia Sauceda and Javier and Amelia Paniagua. Along with several nieces and nephews.

Memorials in Tony’s memory can be made to the Mexican Colony Park or Divine Redeemer Church in Brady, Texas.