David Dewayne Martinez

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David Dewayne Martinez, age 40, passed away in San Angelo, Texas on January 14, 2021. He was born on February 25, 1980 in San Angelo, Texas to Augustine and Yolanda Martinez.

He graduated in 1999 from Ozona High School and has always had a passion for music.

David was a sales representative at Tarpley Music and loved to DJ. He was a kid at heart. He was a member of the Knights of Columbus, and was a Fraternity brother of Kappa Kappa Psi and was commonly known and nicknamed as “Monkey.”

He loved to help others and always did it with a smile. David favored his nieces and nephews and loved spending time with his family and friends.

He is preceded in death by his father, Augustine Martinez.

He is survived by his mother Yolanda Martinez, his dog Bo Martinez, his sister Jerri Lynn and Angel Fierro of Ozona, Texas, his brother Leroy and Elmi Martinez of Fort Worth, Texas. His nephews Chris and Leigh Ann Fierro of Winnsboro, Texas, Trey Angel Fierro of Austin Texas, Christopher Aguilar of Fort Worth, Texas, Xavier Martinez of Brady, Texas, his nieces Kristen Fierro of Lubbock, Texas, Breanna Aguilar of Clarksville, Arkansas, Destiney Martinez of Stephenville, Texas, and Kaitlyn Aguilar, and Aubrey Martinez of Fort Worth, Texas.

Services were held Friday, Jan. 22, at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church with burial following at Lima Cemetery. Arrangements by Harper Funeral Home in San Angelo.

To all our family and many friends of David, we wish to extend our sincere thanks for your many kindnesses, and for the condolences and support that we have received. The many prayers helped us through this tough time along with the food, flowers, phone calls, messages, donations and your presence during this time. We also send our gratitude and appreciation to Father Hillary, Marissa Borrego, Frank Tambunga, Bear Borrego, Ashlee Ramos, Addison, Joe and Pat Ortiz and the sheriff’s fepartment for the escort. David will be missed, but always remembered.