Services

Graveside Service

Thu. Mar. 1, 2018
9:00 am - 9:30 am

Houston National Cemetery

10410 Veterans Memorial Drive
Houston , TX 77038.

Memorial Service

Thu. Mar. 1, 2018
2:00 pm

Oak Lake Baptist Church

15555 West Airport Blvd.
Sugar Land , TX 77498.
Thu. Mar. 1, 2018
9:00 am - 9:30 am
Houston National Cemetery
10410 Veterans Memorial Drive
Houston , TX 77038.
Thu. Mar. 1, 2018
2:00 pm
Oak Lake Baptist Church
15555 West Airport Blvd.
Sugar Land , TX 77498.
In Memory of
Barbara Ann Martin
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Our Mom….. First and foremost, she was a Christian and loved Christ as much as any human being could. She had a larger than life personality and to say she had a mind of her own is putting it mildly.  She was blessed with talent that amazed even her own family. She was incredibly smart and when she set her mind on something, nothing was going to stop her from achieving her goal.  A few of her many talents were oil painting. She was gifted with a paintbrush and oils. She could sing like no other and often led the Braeburn Baptist Church Choir in the Christmas and Easter Cantatas.  Two of my personal favorite songs they performed were Oh Holy Night and The Holy City. She wrote and recorded songs, she was a whiz at Genealogy, and wrote a book. She just had too many talents to list them all. Her biggest achievement was her family. She married our Dad when she was just 18 years old and a senior in High School and they were married until our Dad was called home on Nov.2, 2016 (You can view his obituary by clicking HERE). They would have celebrated their 61st Wedding Anniversary on Dec. 18, 2016. She longed for our Dad every day after he passed and now her longing is finally over and they are walking along the streets of gold, holding hands in Heaven in every sense of the word. We love you Mom and will miss you every day until we’re all reunited in Heaven and what a day, GLORIOUS day that will be. 

Sign Guestbook

Colette

Doerr family Mickey ,Noah and Samantha Doerr

Tributes

Message from
Penny Gosnell
Wed, 02/28/2018

Barbara and I became friends over 35 years ago. She would come to Penbob for kids riding lessons. I am so sorry I didn't get to see her after we left Sugarland. She will be in my heart for ever. She now rest at peace with her beloved husband.