Anthony Agapito Martinez|
Type of Passage: Death
Date of Passage: March 6th. 2003
Posted: April 7th. 2003
Times Viewed: 7,393
Anthony Agapito Martinez "Tony"
Loving Husband, Friend and Brother
[1972 - 2003]
Obituary by Soror BreAnna Ashtara (a.k.a Katari Martinez)
Anthony Agapito Martinez crossed over from this world on March 6, 2003 at 2:34 PM. Tony was born into this life on May 11, 1972 in Irving, Texas . He attended University of Austin and lived in Austin most of his adult live. For the past year, he and his wife have lived in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. His passing brings great sorrow to his friends and loved ones. He was an active member of CMA and will often be remembered around the campfires. In addition, he was an enthusiastic member of the OTO and many other Thelemic endeavors.
He will be remembered for his generous smile and a laugh that was contagious to all. He lived life to the fullest. Traveling to far away lands and experiencing all the joys life has to offer. Tony considered himself a jack-of-all trades but in his heart was an artist. He designed beautiful jewelry that brought smiles to many.
He is survived by his wife, Katari Martinez; his father & step mother, John and Kathleen Martinez of Florida; mother Daundria Martinez of Quinlan, brother Michael Martinez of Dallas, Uncles Dan and Sonny Adams and of course his golden puppies, Sasha and Hagrid. A memorial web site has been set-up to honor Tony. http://www.geocities.com/forkatari/ .
Every man and every woman is a star. There is a feast for fire and a feast for water; a feast for life and greater feast for death.
Here are two exerts from his journal that sum up Tony's life:
Tony wrote this on 8/26/02
"The sun will continue to set on schedule. The moon will rise and be beautiful. Flowers will bloom. There will be some white Christmases. People will fall in love. Children will be born and grow up strong. Birds will sing. Branches will be laden with fruit, fields rich with grain and vegetables. The surf will be up on occasion. The world will turn green for spring. There will be hot chocolate and firesides. Cats will find sun beams and dogs will receive table scraps. Friends talk late into the night. Fine wines will be drunk. Fine foods will be eaten. I predict all these with a feeling of reasonable accuracy".
"I send my love to you my friends, and with my love I send my love for my friends. At your next meeting, if you should remember, give each other a hug for me, and tell each other that it will be alright. Please."
-- Anthony Agapito Martinez 6/30/02
May your star shine ever brightly Agapito, for you shall be greatly missed. Agape.
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