Martin Perez

Obituary of Martin Perez

Born in Dallas, Texas. Long time resident of Grand Prairie, Texas. Graduated from South Grand Prairie High School, Class of ‘87. Martin will be remembered as a great Husband, Dad, Papa, Brother, Uncle, Cousin, and Friend. He could always make you laugh; just ask many of his friends, coworkers, and neighbors. Martin was a boxer in his younger years and had many trophies to show. Family always came first, unless a cowboy game was on. He was a huge fan, win or loose. Heather, his gracious wife, allowed him to have a man cave full of Dallas Cowboy memorabilia. If not watching the Cowboys or grilling, he would head to Traders Village to find many treasures. Martin believed Jesus Christ was his Lord and Savior and always led his family to put God first. He worked at Artex Overhead Door for sixteen years. Respected by his coworkers as a go-to for help on any project. He would always help in anyway he could. That’s the kind of man he was. His sense of humor, pranks, and jokes will be missed by all. Survived by Wife: Heather Perez Children: Abrianna (Abby) Perez, Isabella (Bella) Perez, Alexandria (Ali) Perez, Damion Turner and Jessica from Arlington, Desiree Turner and Jordan from Irving, Alicia and Brenden Glynn from Burleson, Martin Edward Christopher and Selena from Fort Worth, Joseph Cobos and Elizabeth from Arlington, and Ashley Shafer and Cody from Fort Worth. Siblings: Johnny Perez, Carmen Lopez, Phyllis Perez, and Connie Flores. 14 Grandkids In-Laws: Karen Turner, John and Karla Conner (Nana & Papa) Aunts, Uncles, Nieces and Nephews. Memorial service will be held at Crossroads Christian Church 6450 S. State Hwy 360 Grand Prairie, TX 75052 On 8/21/21 at 10:00 AM (South entrance, yellow parking in front of Children’s building) Arrangements By: Merit Memorial Funeral & Cremation 12801 N. Stemmons Fwy Dallas, TX 75234 (972) 810-1700 Memorial Donations may be made to: St Jude Children’s Hospital PO Box 50 Memphis, TN 38101-9929 The family wishes to extend their gratitude to UT Southwestern and Pathways Hospice.
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