Dalia Reyes (Martinez), of Corpus Christi, Tx, passed away on June 2, 2021, at the age of 56.
Dalia was born to Juan Enrique Martinez and Delia Martinez on November 8, 1964, in Lockney, Tx. She grew up in Corpus Christi, and she graduated from Roy Miller High School in 1984. Dalia married Norberto Reyes in March 1985, and the couple had three children. She worked for many local businesses throughout her lifetime, with her longest and final employment being Bayberry Home Health Inc. Dalia’s kind heart led her to helping many patients and co-workers during her many years of dedication and service. She was honored to have worked for the company until they went out business in 2015. Dalia’s friends and family will remember her by her infectious smile and laugh, her heart of gold and willingness to help her family and friends in any way possible. Dalia never failed to mention how much she loved her grandchildren and would speak about them to just anyone who would stop and listen. She lived for her babies and made sure that at every conversation they knew just how much they meant to her.
Dalia was proud to be one of Jehovah’s Witnesses. She looked forward to every opportunity to visit Kingdom Hall and to gather with her brothers and sisters. Although she suffered through many of life’s storms, one being health issues, her faith was never altered, and she always relied on Jehovah.
Dalia is preceded in death by her loving parents Juan Enrique Martinez and Delia Martinez, and two siblings: Olga Villagran and Noe Martinez.
Dalia is survived by her three beloved children; John Michael(Traci) Reyes, David Larry(Sonia) Reyes, and Myranda Aliss Reyes, her beautiful grandchildren; Jaevin McKyle and John Michael Reyes, Jr, McKaelyn Janae Benavides, and Izaya Alucard Inocencio, her loving siblings; Rosa(Robert-deceased) Staples, Eunice(Rick) Newman, Carol(Stevan) Rodriguez, Johnny(May) Martinez, Manuel(Rosie) Martinez, Guadalupe(Celia-deceased) Martinez, Daniel(Carolina) Martinez, David Martinez, Adam Martinez, and various nieces and nephews.
The family has chosen to gather privately and appreciate all prayers and kind words during this time. No visitation or services have been scheduled in honor of Dalia’s wishes.