Margaret Lee Martin

margaret martin

Margaret Lee Martin 75 of Denver CO
Born September 5, 1944 in Richmond California to O.L. and Helen (Lindsay) Gildart. Was sent to our lord and savior on November 17, 2019 in Colorado Springs, Colorado
Married Larry Martin on August 18, 1961 in Denver, Colorado. Were she had 2 children Ken Martin and Sherri McCrill then adopted Lewis Martin. Margaret worked with the Colorado Department of Women's Health. Returned to school and became a schoolteacher in which she touched many lives. Margaret was a very loving and caring and nurturing person, she loved the lord, her family, the piano and the lord’s word. She was a wonderful steward of the lord.
Margaret is survived by her husband Larry Martin, Sons Ken Martin and Lewis (Dawn) Martin, grandchildren Nick Young, Jessica Young, Lisa Mulqueen, Emma Martin Levi Martin, Alex Martin, Hunter Martin, Great Grandson Jayden Young, sister Jerry Lavalley, and brother Tom Gildart and many cousins, nieces and nephews. preceded by father O.L. Gildart, Mother Helen (Lindsay) Gildart, Sister Louise Tjepkes, Daughter Sherri McCrill, Son in Law Doug McCrill, and Daughter in Law Lori Martin.

 He is my fortress - I will not be shaken. Psalms 62:6

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  1. I am so very sorry to hear of Margaret's passing– I worked with her briefly at CDPHE and she was a very special person.  Holding all who loved her in my heart and sending prayers for peace and comfort.  

  2. My heart bleeds for you. You are in my prayers. I only wish I could be there but we now live in Depoe Bay Oregon.

    Sgt Terry Rogers DPD retired

  3. What an amazing human being!  She touched so many and was such a support to my daughter.  We both will miss her. 

  4. Cousin Larry, I am so very sorry ……I can relate to the pain of loss. May God wrap his loving arms around you and comfort you now and in the days to come. Much love

  5. Larry, I am truly sorry for your loss, our prayers and thoughts are with you and your family.  I am sorry I could not attend the service, but I am with you in spirit.   My deepest sympathies.    Don (Ziggy) Zarlengo


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