Kay Marie M. (Wangrin) Martin, 81, formerly of Brazil, died Wednesday, May 11, 2005, in Brownwood, TX, she went to be with the Lord. She moved to Brazil, In 2001.
She was born February 29, 1924, in Toledo, Ohio. She moved to Terre Haute, IN in 1966 and was employed at Poison Ivy Clothing Store, was a Navy housewife for 56 years and loving mother of six childen. She loved bowling, golf, and playing cards. She was a member of the Lutheran Church of Terre Hatue and the First Christian Church of Staunton.
She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband, retired Lt. Commander Robert "Scotty" Martin, in 2000, one son, Richard "Rick" A. Martin, and a brother Robert "Bob" Wangrin.
She is survived by two sons; Thomas "Tom" M. and wife Kathy Martin; and granddaughters, Jennifer Lynn Martin and Susan Marie Martin, and great-grandson Mekhi Nikolas Salako, all of Brazil. Raymond Scott and wife Geri Martin; and grandson, Scott and wife Dawn Martin of Lighthouse Point, FL; granddaughters, Dena Martin and Dawn Martin and six great-grandchildren, all of Mass.; three daughters; Sandra Kay and husband George Stockwell; and grandaughter, Becky Kay and husband Mike Sullivan and great-granddaughter Brooke Avery Sullivan; and grandson, Peter Stockwell, all of Sandyhook, CT; Linda and husband, Dick Golfman; and grandchildren, Amy Conner, Melanie and husband Bradley Maus and great-grandson Chace Daniel Maus, and great-granddaughter; and Matt and Lisa Rea and great-granddaughter, and also great-granddaugher Summer Kay Conner all of Florida; Karren and husband Bob Ogg and granddaugher Michelle with three great-grandsons, all of Texas; grandson Bryan and wife Amanda Martin and four great-grandchildren, all of West Terre Haute. Total of 12 grandchildren and 20 great-grandchildren in all and many extended family members in Ohio.
She is also survived by four sisters; Joyce and husband Paul Fritz; Millie and Frank Nowak, all of Toledo, Ohio; Martha "Marty" Knabb, of Lakeland Florida; and Audrey of Michigan.
She will be cremated in Brownwood, Texas, and her ashes will be sent to Arlington Cemetery for intermit with her husband's ashes there. There will be a private family memorial in memory of Kay Marie. Should friends so desire, expressions of sympathy may take the form of donations to the American Lung Association.