Martha L Navarro, 68, passed away on March 3, 2023. She was a resident of Colorado Springs for 23 years and was formerly a resident of El Paso, Texas. Martha was a care giver for Sages Elder Care LLC.

Martha L Navarro was born on June 8, 1955, to Eliseo Torres and Genoveva Silva Neri in Juarez, Mexico. In 1971 Martha married Juan Navarro Sr in El Paso, Texas.

Martha was fond of cooking. She also enjoyed spending time with her family, her grandchildren, sons, and friends and had an appreciation for taking care of others in need. She was a member of Iglesia Nueva Vida and had many sisters and brothers in Christ.

She is survived by her children: Juan Navarro Jr, Hector Navarro, Jorge Navarro, her grandchildren: Hector Carlos Navarro Jr, Krystal Aleman, Cristina Aleman, Juan Carlos Navarro, Kaitlyn Navarro, Lily Navarro. She was preceded in death by her father Eliseo Torres, mother Genoveva Silva Neri and her husband Juan Navarro Sr.

A visitation will be held from 9:00am to 10:am, on March 13, 2023, at Shrine of Remembrance. The service will begin promptly after viewing at the same location.

Memorials in Martha L Navarro’s name may be made out to the charity of your choice.

Martha was both loved and respected by the people she worked with and her family that loved her deeply. She was generous, loving, kind, and always wanting to feed you when you walked into her home, which was always spotless. She was a nurturing mother figure to everyone she came in contact with, especially those that she took care of in her line of work as a care giver. Her mornings always began with singing her hymns praising her lord and savior Jesus Christ.  Martha will be dearly missed and never forgotten.

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  1. I (Ruth) met Martha back around 2000 at church when she and Juan came, and she was always very sweet. We developed a good friendship in 2015 when she found out that I had started selling Avon, and we would sit, talking and laughing about her love of it. She always wanted to stock up, and would offer it to friends, buying extra to give to them. She had such a big heart for others, and was always loving on everyone. She’d come and visit my husbands mother when she was hospitalized and nearing hospice care. Her heart was wonderful!

    I’d call her often during the pandemic to see if she needed anything, and it was always “I’m fine”. She definitely was a gem, always loving on others, and will be very missed by our family. Our condolences go out to her family. You’re in our prayers.

  2. We were so blessed to have Martha as a member of our team. She will be greatly missed! – The Sages Elder Care Staff

  3. My prayers and condolences go out to her family . I met Martha at church years ago ,she was so nice and always cheerful. She would always say good morning at church and make people feel welcomed. We stopped going to that church, But it didn’t matter to her. She was one of the few people who reached out after to ask me how I was doing. She will be missed and my heart goes out to the family .

  4. My condolences to her family, Martha was always smiling and caring for others. One of the few people who reached out after we had left a church where we met. To say hi or how are you. That meant something to our family. My prayers and condolences to her loved ones.

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