Brenda Ann Farris Martinez left this world on June 17, 2015, due to complications from asthma, to begin her new adventure in paradise. She was 34.
Brenda couldn’t wait to make her arrival on November 1, 1980 to Stephen Farris and Terry Talbot Farris.
Brenda was always looking for an adventure, even with all her health problems she never let them keep her down and always had a smile and loved joking around. She had a lust for life and lived it to the fullest. Brenda’s greatest accomplishment is her daughter, Angelina. She couldn’t wait to be a mother and only wanted the best for her little girl. Her adventures took her all over the place and our memories will keep her adventure going. Brenda had an amazing heart and wanted to share everything she ever had with those who needed it. She will be missed by all those whose life’s she touched.
Brenda is survived by her beautiful daughter, Angelina Martinez; mother, Terry Talbot Farris; father, Stephen Farris; brother, Gregory Farris; sister, Crystal Farris-Condie (Russell); nephew, Daxter Farris; nieces, Lily Farris, Clover Condie and MarLeigh Condie; plus a lot of very close friends. Brenda you will live in our hearts forever and will always be loved. Please smile as you speak her name and as you remember your greatest memories of her. She would like us to do so. Remember she is not far from us. Goodbyes are not forever, goodbyes are not the end. They simply mean I’ll miss you until we meet again.
She is preceded in death by her grandparents, Don and Patricia Talbot and her aunt Lori.
In lieu of flowers please make donations to America First Credit Union to Brenda Farris Martinez.
I have children one, two, three.
I’m as proud of them as I can be.
Crystal is number one, she is my friend and we have fun.
She stands behind me if I’m right or wrong.
Her support is very strong.
The jewel of my eye is my son Greg.
He made me cry.
From the words he has said.
He is a good kid and
He works really hard.
He is Brenda’s bodyguard.
I love him and he makes me proud.
Greg is surely the one that stands out in a crowd.
Brenda is number three;
she is beautiful as can be.
She had a heart made of gold;
my love for her can’t be sold.
She has green eyes and blond hair.
I love you Do-da, I really do care.
Today it’s very clear to me;
I love my kids because
They’re my family!
I love each and every one of you
In my own special way.
Spending time with you makes my day.
I love you, Mom.