Elizabeth Ann Martin
Elizabeth Ann Martin, 77, of Conroe, Texas, passed away peacefully on February 2, 2022. Elizabeth was born on May 1, 1944, in Pickens, South Carolina, to Ossie Hendricks and Agatha C. Lesley. She married her husband of 50 years, Hugh Marcus Martin on October 26, 1962, in Georgia. The couple then moved to Pasadena, Texas and had three daughters, Elizabeth, Linda, and Robin.
Elizabeth was a talented baker and owned her own bakery. She specialized in cake decorating and would go on to bake and decorate cakes for large companies in the Houston area. What she loved most in life was her family. She enjoyed 50 years of marriage with Hugh until his passing in 2012. She found love again and was happily married to Ivan Howard Click until his death in 2019. Elizabeth loved to spend time with her children and grandchildren. She was an amazing wife, mom, grandma, sister and friend. There is not a person that met Libby that did not walk away better for it. She cared about everyone and was such a graceful, wonderful, strong woman. She will be greatly missed by her family and all who knew her.
Elizabeth is preceded in death by her husband of 50 years, Hugh Marcus Martin and her husband of 5 years, Ivan Howard Click; her father, Ossie Hendricks; mother, Agatha C. Lesley; step-grandfather, Claude Lesley;, sisters, Edna McGaha and Janie Evans; brother, Prue McGaha; nephews, Johnny Melton and Buddy McGaha; and niece Taffy Evans. She is survived by her loving daughters, Elizabeth Leblanc-Carlton and husband Robbie, Linda Martin Murphy, and Robin Rizzetto and husband Rob; grandchildren, Bobby Rizzetto and wife Gretchen, Bryan Murphy, Martin Rizzetto and wife Saraya and Ashley Nicole Murphy; great grandchildren, Rhea Denise Rizzetto, Dean Marcus Rizzetto and one on the way; Son-in-law, Scott Thomas Murphy; Sister Evelyn Dispain and husband Hollis; brother David McGaha and wife Sara; numerous nieces, nephews, and friends.
A visitation will be held on Friday, February 11, 2022 at Darst Funeral Home from 11-12 :00 pm with a funeral service to begin at 12 p.m. A reception will follow.
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24 thoughts on “Elizabeth Ann Martin”
Beautiful Aunt Libby ❤. I love you.
Aunt Libby was such a sweet lady! I know she will be missed by all. Rest In Peace. Sending condolences and prayers for everyone!
Sweet lady. I love her.
I will truly miss my sweet sister Elizabeth, and my heart goes out to all her beautiful daughters, Libby, Linda and Robin and to all the family who loved her. May God fill the void in our hearts with His Holy Spirit. With loving sympathy,
Hollis and Evelyn Dispain.
I will truly miss my sweet sister Elizabeth. My heart goes out to her beautiful daughters, Libby, Linda and Robin and to all the family who loved her.
With loving sympathy,
Hollis and Evelyn Dispain
Tammy, Thank you for your sweet comments about my sister Elizabeth.I am sure the girls will appreciate your sweet thoughts. Love to you and yours.
I’m so so glad l got to speak to you a couple of weeks ago.l love ya Aunt Libby, we’re gonna miss you down here. You,along with your sweet voice , l think would make any southerner proud to be one!
My dear sweet cousin Libby, we shall surely miss you. It is hard to accept, but trust all is well with you now. This is our consolation.
Aunt Libby was a beautiful kind lady. I love you and prayers for your daughters
Dear sweet Ladies Libby, Linda, Robin.
I was heartbroken to hear of aunt Libby’s passing I am so sorry my heart is breaking for you all, I hope she did not suffer, I was so heartbroken aunt Libby
was a sweet and kind loving lady, Shan and was talking about how sweet and funny she was, I would love to hear from you girls, please call me or write me my number is 678-993-6349, and my address is Wanda Summers 71 Nottingham Lane
Murrayville Ga 30564. Girls I love you all. I hope you all know my heart is with you all and know I
feel your pain.
Sending my love
Wanda your cousin.
Our heart goes out to Linda, Libby and Robin in this hour. We all loved Libby Our prayers go with all of the family. She was a ray of sunshine in this world.
Carolyn, thanks you for your kind thoughts. We all loved each other and played together as kids.What wonderful memories. Elizabeth will surely be missed.
Love to all,
My sweet Angela, I am sure these kind words will mean a lot to these three daughters. Elizabeth loved you sweet one and so do I.
Thank you Veda for your sweet comment about my sister, Elizabeth. She loved you sweet one.
Elizabeth loved you too sweet lady.
With love, Evelyn
Elizabeth loved you too Danny. She was always glad to hear from you. Love to all , Evelyn
Thank you Wanda for your sweet words. We will definitely reach out to you. My mom loved you too.
We are all devastated by the loss of our sweet momma, she will be missed everyday.
Wanda, Elizabeth loved all of you girls. It is so moving to read all these precious memories of Elizabeth. Yes ,she was a ray of sunshine and I will surely miss our phone calls.
Pamela, I am sure Libby, Linda, and Robin need to hear all these precious words. Elizabeth loved all you girls and they do need prayer at this time in their life.Pray for strength from above.
Love to all,
Ms. Elizabeth “Libby” Martin, I heard so many great things about you and often asked your daughter Libby about you. She said that you have always wanted to meet me. I know from the previous condolences and the way Libby spoke about you that you were one incredible woman. You truly built up Royal Diadems for your crown in Heaven. You will be the Master Baker for the Heavenly Banquet.
Father God, grant eternal rest to your wonderful servant Elizabeth and may the Perpetual Light shine upon her and may she also have eternal peace.
I love you dearly and know that you are in Heaven and free of your earthly pain. David McGaha
We will always love and miss you for all your love that you showed to all of us,you were such a beautiful soul,and you will always be in our hearts! Our prayers are with your beautiful family!!Love Aunt Sheri!!!
love you forever and always mom
Thank you to everyone who has left sweet messages for our beautiful, sweet mother and prayers for our family. We are so truly grateful. She will be forever missed, until we see her again.