I’ve known martha since i was a kid,her sister mary and timmy are the best of friends, martha always had a beautiful conscious gift thats called humor she loved making you smile and happy, i will miss you martha but i know you are in gods kingdom now i love you and will see you again love you alisha
CAN”T BELIEVE YOUR GONE- WHEN YOU LEFT US, WE NOTICED HOW HAPPY YOU WAS, SO WE KNEW THAT YOU WERE IN A HAPPIER PLACE WITHOUT ANY PAIN AND MORE THAN LIKELY REUNITING WITH YOUR FAMILY AGAIN THAT LEFT US EARLIER IN LIFE, YOU KNOW HOW MUCH YOU MEANT TO ME, IM GONNA MISS YOUR CALLS, OUR LAUGHTER, OUR TALKS AND ALL THE JOKES WE HAD AND ALL THE MISSING SHIRTS I COULDN’T NEVER FIND BECAUSE YOU AND MARY ALWAYS HAD THEM ON, YOU WERE MY MOTHER FIRST BUT I KNEW YOU WAS ALSO MY FRIEND 2ND. I LOVE AND MISS YOU SOOO MUCH ALREADY, FORGOTTEN YOU WILL NEVER BE, YOU ARE BRANDED IN MY HEART AND SOUL. I LOVE YOU ( PUDDIN’ ) FROM YOUR (CB)……
My beautiful auntie I will miss you so much my laughting partner my love so rest in peace beautiful
I know its been only a month and a few days but your presence is so truly missed- I wait for my phone to ring at 430 so we can talk and laugh. I actually sit and talk to myself like I’m talkin to you ( I know it sounds kwazy but I don’t care, I knw I’m not. I super miss you Puddin, Love YOu…
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Martha Ann Price, 68, passed away on January 30, 2019. She was born on March 28, 1950 to George Garrett and Fannie Jenkins in Gallatin, Tennessee.
Martha was the life of the party and fun to be around. She and her sisters would put on musical skits for their mother. They would perform Tina Turner and the Supremes songs and had so much fun. Martha loved to dance and loved all types of music. She loved to play bingo and cook. She would cook big dinners for her family, her specialty was omelets. When she was growing up, she used to play on a softball league in Gallatin, TN for many years. Martha graduated from Central High school and Phoenix University with a degree in Psychology. She worked for years at GF manufacturing in quality control.
In addition to her mother, she leaves to cherish her loving memory her son, Timothy O’Shea Jenkins (Angie); her grandchildren TaCorrie O’Shea Jenkins, Amari LaShawn Jacobs, Joi Jacobs, and Christopher Robinson; her siblings Mary Levester, Kathy (Tony) Wright; Robert Allen (Margarette) Rice, Georgia Mae Apple, Shirley Apple, and Bobby Apple; sister-in-law Darlene Jenkins; several nieces, nephews, cousins, aunts and uncles; and her special friend Terry Austin.
Martha was preceded in death by her husband Bobby Price; granddaughter Alexa Jenkins; her father George Garrett; siblings Alphonso Garrett, Rex Jenkins, Mildred Cantrell, and George Garrett, Jr.
Visitation will be from 10 a.m. until time of service at 12 p.m. on Friday, February 8th at Sunset Funeral Home.
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