Jesus Martinez


8:00 am - 9:30 am
Tuesday, July 5, 2022
Austin Peel and Son Funeral Home
607 E. Anderson Lane
Austin, Texas, United States

Mass of Christian Burial

10:00 am - 11:00 am
Tuesday, July 5, 2022
St. Joseph Catholic Church
1300 Old Highway 20
Manor, Texas, United States


11:30 am - 12:00 pm
Tuesday, July 5, 2022
Manor City Cemetery
582 N. Lockhart Street
Manor, Texas, United States

Obituary of Jesus Martinez

Jesus Martinez (65) passed away peacefully on the 28 of June, 2022, with his wife and children by his side. His soul will continue living on through his adoring family and friends.


Jesus Martinez was born on January 2, 1957, in Mexico, to Pedro Martinez (87) and Rufina Arroyo Martinez (84). Jesus was married in 1975, to Juana Jaimes, and they started a beautiful family together. Jesus was full of laughter, hard-working, and kind to all who knew him.


Jesus was a loving Husband, Father, and Grandfather. He was not only a strong man but the glue that held our family together. Our dad was hard working and never gave up on anything, he always pushed himself to strive for better, and taught us how to be tough and independent!


It all started upon returning home from a normal day at work, when our dad explained his neck has been bitten buy a spider. After this our father constantly complained about his mysterious neck pain. We went everywhere we could, doctor’s appointments, hospitals, etc., to find out what was going on with our dad. After going on what seemed like and endless chase for answers, our father was finally diagnosed with stage four throat and lung cancer.


It came as a shock to our family, but dad remained positive and kept on pushing forward. He stayed happy and optimistic. He told little jokes as we went to his Dr. visits and chemo therapy appointments. Unfortunately he had to immediately stop working.  This really depressed him because of the simple fact that our daddy worked every single day of his life. Our father never stopped providing for his family and helping others. Daddy was the nicest person, with the kindest heart. Sadly, as time went on our dad’s health started to get worse. We began noticing the little things that were not normal, but though everything he kept his humor. He always kept a smile on our faces and could make day with a joke. Our daddy was so tired of fighting, and unfortunately it was at that point that he lost his battle with cancer. We know that he’s in a better place, and no longer suffering. We love you and miss you so much dad


Jesus will be greeted in heaven by his sister-in-law Maria Martinez.  


Jesus will be lovingly remembered by his wife, of 45 wonderful years, Juana; children, Rosendo Martinez, Jorge Martinez (Cynthia), Nicolas Martinez, Adela Martinez (Jaime), and Angelica Martinez (Christian); grandchildren. Christopher, Rosendo Jr., Lydia, Ricky, Brianna, Juliessa, Jaimito, Julian, Lavanni, Emanuel, Enzo; and the newest addition to the family that he had yet to meet; his great grandson, Sebastian; siblings, Jose (67), Maria (61) and her husband Jose, Pablo (59), Celia (56), Fidencia (54) and her husband Armando, Carmen (51) her husband Beto, Tomas  (47), Gabriel (43) and his wife Netty.


Visitation will be held from 8:00-9:30 a.m. on Tuesday, July 5, 2022, at Austin Peel and Son Funeral Home, 607 E. Anderson Ln., Austin, Texas, 78752; with Mass services beginning at 10:00 a.m. at St. Joseph’s Catholic Church, 12010 Old Hwy 20, Manor, TX 78653. Interment will follow at Manor City Cemetery, 582 N Lockhart St, Manor, TX 78653.


Services will be live-streamed to allow those unable to attend to participate.


Due to the Coronavirus /  COVID-19 Restrictions from the City of Austin,

capacity levels are restricted at funeral homes, churches, and cemeteries.

Each person entering the funeral home, church, and cemetery will be required to wear a mask

and to practice social distancing of 6 feet or more.   If you are ill or are concerned about the virus,

it is recommended that you not attend services. 

The family is so grateful to everyone for their understanding, love, and support

during this very difficult time.




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