Lynette Conner Martinez

Lynette Conner Martinez
Lynette Conner Martinez

Lynn Conner Martinez, 63, of Amarillo, TX, mother, grandma, sister, and dear friend to all was called to her eternal rest on Thursday, May 7, 2020 in Amarillo, TX.

Services will be at 4:00 P.M., Tuesday, May 12, 2020, at Boxwell Brothers Ivy Chapel. Arrangements are by Boxwell Brothers Funeral Directors.

Lynn was born December 13, 1956

Lynette Conner Martinez
Lynette Conner Martinez

in Mountain View, MO to Nancy Brimm and Ervin Conner.  Rosie Conner was also instrumental in helping raise Lynn throughout her childhood & youth.

There is no role in life that is more essential than that of motherhood.  Lynn, known to so many in her life as ‘Mom’ or ‘Grandma’, not only accepted this role with her own children & grandchildren but graciously accepted this role with so many others.  When others looked at Lynn, they were looking at the purest love they would ever know.  She exhibited strength and dignity, she laughed without fear of the future.  When she spoke, her words were wise, and she provided instructions with kindness.  Her love could be defined simply as the fuel that would enable a normal human being to do the impossible.  Lynn never underestimated the power of a touch, a smile, a kind word, a listening ear, an honest compliment, or the smallest act of caring, all of which she knew would have the potential to turn a life around.  Along with her amazing heart, Lynn was also known to be witty and was always ready with a remark that was clever, funny, and timed just right.  As simple as it sounds, Lynn was there for people. Not always to fix something or do anything in particular, but just to let people know they were supported and cared about by her.

She is preceded in death by her parents, Nancy Brimm and Ervin Conner, and son, Brandon Parks.

She is survived by mother, Rosie Conner; brothers, JR, Dickie, Ronnie, Steve and Kevin; sisters, Shirley and Tammy; daughters, Alecia, Michelle, Nathalie and Jenni; son-in-laws, Dee and Nathan; grandchildren, Brianna, Meghan, Cisco, Mallory, Shania, Michaela, Dre’son, Baylor, Hollynd and Derrick; great-grandchildren, Ayden, Saidee, Maleah, Aahlaeyah, JJ, Evianna, Adley and Ace.

6 Replies to “Lynette Conner Martinez”

  1. Leonard, this has been a tough one for me to swallow since I found out of your passing. I am blessed and thankful that I did get a chance to meet such a wonderful person and God let us cross paths in life. I will never forget you and all the years we shared together. You were a like a mom to me, but also one of the closes friends I’ve had. You could make any person go from having a bad day to a better one with all the silly things you said and did. I will never forget you and know your in heaven resting easy. Until we meet again. Love you Leonard!!

  2. I can’t believe your gone, I will never forget all the good talks and laughs we have had since the day we met. You are definitely the rock to so many! I love you and miss you, until I see on the other side!

  3. From the time we first met I knew she was a sweet and kind person, full of love. Lynn we miss you already but u know you are dancing on streets of Gold RIP Friend

  4. You were the sweetest woman I know. I’m so sad to hear you’re gone but you will never be forgotten. You always made everyone laugh no matter how bad of a day you were having. Rest in peace Lynne. I’ll see you again someday.

  5. Lynnette, you are in my heart forever. Your kindness will never be forgotten. I hope to see you again my sweet friend.

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