Sundra A. Martin
March 6, 1942  -  March 9, 2019

Sundra A. Martin


Memorial Service
TurcottePiper Mortuary Chapel
205 General Cavazos Blvd.
Kingsville, TX  78363
Tuesday, March 12, 2019
11:30 a.m.
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Sundra Martin, age 77, passed away on March 9, 2019 in Kingsville, Texas. She was born on March 6, 1942 to James and Edna Thomas Alsbrooks. Sundra was an operator supervisor for Southwestern Bell in Houston and was later transferred to Kingsville where she met the love of her life Michael Martin. Upon retirement she began working for the Kingsville School District. She also worked at 1st Baptist Church where she was a member.
She is preceded in death by her husband, Michael Martin, her parents, Edna Alsbrooks and James Alsbrooks, her brother Buster Alsbrooks, her sisters, Earlene Pitner, Nannette Rumsey, and Sandra Sulester.
She is survived by her sister, Janice Sartors and multiple nieces and nephews.
Memorial Service will begin at 11:30 a.m. at the Turcotte-Piper Mortuary on March 12, 2019.
In Lieu of Flowers memorials can be made to 1st Baptist Church.
Services are entrusted to Turcotte-Piper Mortuary.

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  1. Jane Bailey
    San Antonio, TX

    My sympathy to the family. Sundra and I had one thing in common, we shared the loss of our twin sisters. I will miss her funny humor.

  2. Stacie Sartors
    Tyler, TX

    Aunt Sundra, we will miss your joyous smile and outgoing personality. She always had the kindest words for our family and children. We love and will miss you until we see you again in our forever home.

  3. Paula Smith
    Kingsville, TX

    We have been the best of friends for almost 50 years. Sundra was more family than friend. Her passing leaves a big hole in my life. Much love my dear friend.

  4. .Helen Craft
    BEEVILLE, TX

    YOU WILL TRULY BE MISSED. I ALWAYS LOVED BEING AROUND YOU AND YOUR HUMOR AND FUNNY STORIES. I WILL NEVER FORGET FIRST MEETING YOU AT HARRELL DRUG COFFEE SHOP. I THINK THEY WANTED TO RUN US OUT OF THERE WE ALL LAUGHED SO MUCH. REST IN PEACE SUNDRA YOU WILL NOT BE FORGOTEN.

  5. Susan Hearron
    Corpus Christi, TX

    You were such a true friend to both my mom and my dad. We could always count on you to lift our spirits. Thank you for always being there. We love you! You will be missed by all of us! Our condolences to the family.

  6. Dorothy walshe
    Kingsville, TX

    My heartfelt sympathy to the family! Sundra was a wonderful friend and co-worker at the First Baptist Church. We worked together for nine years and were friends from the beginning. She had such a dry sense of humor and we laughed every day. She was just a joy to be around. She was such a kind and caring person and I’ll miss her very much.

  7. Middy Munoz
    Buda, TX

    My deepest and sincere condolences on the passing of Sandra. She was a good friend. She was instrumental in my getting a job with SBC when she started in Kingsville. Later we both worked for KISD. She was a sweet and sincere woman. Loved her! May she rest in peace

  8. Middy Munoz
    Buda, TX

    My deepest and sincere condolences on the passing of Sandra. She was a good friend. She was instrumental in my getting a job with SBC when she started in Kingsville. Later we both worked for KISD. She was a sweet and sincere woman. Loved her! May she rest in peace

  9. Wendy Martin
    Richmond, TX

    You were much more than a sister-in-law, you were a wonderful, loving friend. I will miss our phone conversations and your hugs. May you rest peacefully now in God's hands.

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