Martha Laura Guerra Fries, 59, entered into eternal rest on Friday, February 8, 2019.
Martha was born to Jose Inez Guerra and Maria Agustina Guerra in Brownsville, Texas. She was a loving and compassionate, beautiful woman who’s radiant smile lit up any room she walked into. Martha loved her family with an unyielding passion. Her greatest joy stemmed from her Lord and Savior that permeated to her family and friends. The relationship she had with people was a testament of the amazing, fun loving, compassionate woman Martha was. Her life’s philanthropy came from living from the heart of herself and giving what had been given to her. The energy of Martha’s personality was serving which was her soul’s calling. Our lives were enhanced by the sharing, giving and opening up Martha’s heart space. Martha leaves a legacy because her influence is long reaching and will continue to be felt by every life she touched, “Well done my wonderful daughter, sister and wife, well done.” She will always be loved and respected.
Martha was preceded in death by her aunt Maria Minerva Martinez and is survived by her parents Jose Inez Guerra and Maria Agustina Guerra; Martha's loving husband David M. Fries. Also, to treasure many memories are her siblings; Ceaser Guerra, Carlos Guerra, Rolando Guerra, Arnoldo Guerra, Esperanza Candler, Maribel Guerra and extended family members.
Honored to serve as Martha’s pallbearers are; Tom Candler, Josiah Candler, Carlos Guerra Jr., Ceaser Guerra, Matthew Guerra and Arnold Guerra.
Visitation will be from 12 noon to 3 p.m. on Wednesday, February 13, 2019 in the South Chapel of Trevino Funeral Home with a chapel service 3 p.m. following the burial at Rose Lawn Memorial Gardens.
I am so sorry to just hear that Martha's passing. I have so many, many memories of her at TSC. My condolences to Espi, Maribel and family. She will be greatly missed.
Vickie DominguezSan Benito, TX
I am sorry to hear of Martha’s passing. We had fun times on the bus and at school. I will always remember her great laugh and sense of humor. RIP Martha. My condolences to the family and friends.
Pattie MedinaBrownsville, TX
Espi and Maribel, I am so sorry for your loss. Martha was a jewel that God needed to adorn His crown. She was a great friend and I will always cherish the memory of her friendship. Martha will be missed by many. I pray God give you comfort and that He console you during this time of grief.
Rebecca (Becky) PeralesBrownsville, TX
I will always remember your sister Martha as a kind and loving soul. I have sweet memories of her and will continue to carry them with me. We celebrate her wonderful life today and always.
Oscar B.Mckinney, TX
We spent many special times together and you left many memories to treasure and now you will join my sister in God's home. David, we are praying for peace and understanding of His will.
Yolanda ColungaBrownsville, TX
Guerra Family & Dave Friez please accept my Deepest Condolences on the Death Of your Daughter & Wife
Martha, She was Loved by soo many
And will be Truly Missed, But she is no longer in soo much Pain as She is in Heaven with our Heavenly Father
& Son Jesus Christ.
Heavenly Father & with his Son Jesus Christ.
Alva WhitsittBrownsville, TX
So very for your loss. But know this your are not alone. Death is an enemy to us all.(1 Cor.15:26)
Psalm 34:18 Jehovah is close to the brokenhearted;He saves those who are crushed in spirit.
Psalm 46:1 God is our refuge and strength, a help that is readily found in times of distress.
Espi and Maribel my heartfelt condolences to you and your family. I recall many TSC fond memories of Martha.
Cris Rodriguez-HornKyle, TX
So sorry I will not be able to attend and pay my loving respect to a dear sister-in-law. Rest easy, Martha, you will be missed.
Nancy FriesSOLON, IA
May the Lord give you peace in your hearts and in the knowledge that she is in our Lord’s arms give you reassurance that she is happy and no longer in pain.
Anna Anzaldua EmoryRichmond, TX