Cherry Ann Martin
January 10, 1944 - January 19, 2020
ObituaryCherry Ann Martin, age 76 went to her heavenly home on January 19, 2020. She was born to Frank Toller and Mildred Wells on January 10, 1944 in Fort Worth, Texas. On February 11, 1961 she married Malcolm “Mac” Martin in Graham, Texas and had 3 children. Cherry worked in the semi conductor industry for Texas Instruments and Teccor as well as jewelry sales at Wilson’s. She is survived by her husband Mac Martin, sister Barbara Wyatt, one son, two daughters, one daughter-in-law and one son-in-law, four grandchildren and four great grandchildren. Her husband Mac writes, “Cherry was a fabulous beautiful woman who loved her God and her family. You can observe her children and see what kind of a woman she was. As her husband I know that she loved me very much and I will miss her presence in my life as long as I live. When we were born we changed from one world to another... the same when we die. Looking forward to seeing her again in our new world.”
In lieu of flowers, please make a donation in Cherry’s name to NTX Community Food Pantry 5201 S. Colony Blvd. Suite 650 The Colony, TX 75056 or ntxcfp.org
Bruce and Ramona Wharton
The Colony, TX
We love you all and are Praying God's sweet peace and comfort carry through this time!!!
Linda Walraven Kent
I am so sorry to hear about Cherrry. I have so many wonderful memories of the times our families spent at Jerry and Catelyn.. Please know i am thinking of you and your family. Please let Herry know i think of him and Carolyn a lot. God bkess you Mac
Harriett Wadley Reger
Condolences to the family & Mac. Prayers for comfort in the days ahead.
Tonk Valley Community
Prayers for comfort.
Mac, I am so very sorry for your loss. May God comfort you and give you peace during this difficult time.
Wayne & Toni Chesebro
Wayne & Toni Chesebro
Donald E. Hood
Oh Mac, I'm so sorry you lost Cherry. I know she wasn't mean as a snake like we used to say in jest, and that you'll surely miss Cherry. I just wish you wouldn't have to endure the pain of living life without Cherry. May your fond memories of Cherry, your faith in GOD, and the passage of a lot of time help blunt the pain. Love, Don
Mac, My heart goes out to you. I enjoyed knowing her and spending all those Christmas Eve nights at your house playing games for all those years. Cherry was a friendly welcoming soul. I know she will be missed by many. May God hold and comfort you your kids, and your family in the day, weeks, and years to come.