September 23rd, 1955 - November 11th, 2018
Martha Elizabeth Jenkins, age 63 of Hamilton, went on to be with the Lord and her departed loved ones on November 11, 2018. Marty was born to Lester Robinson and Lobeda Maupin on September 23, 1955.
Marty leaves behind five children, Michael Sorber, Crystal Sorber, Tasha Gibson, Paul (Stephanie) Carpenter, Earl "Buddy" Carpenter; her grandchildren Marcus, Sarah, Jasmine, Abby, Aaliyah, Michael II, Trey and Sydney; her mother, Lobeda Garrett; her sister and best friend, Juanita Bowling; her siblings, Lester (Doreen) Robinson, Patsy Glidden, Debbie (Tom) Roark and Melissa (Bobby) Bowling. Marty was preceded in death by her husband of 18 years, Edward Jenkins; her father Lester Robinson; five of her siblings, Darrell Garrett, Toni Robinson, Leslie LaCroix, LaJuana Brooks and Sherri Clark.
Funeral service will be held at Brown Dawson Flick Funeral Home, 330 Pershing Ave., Hamilton, Ohio, on Thursday, November 15, 2018 at 12:00 PM with Rev. Linda Banks officiating. Burial will follow at Hickory Flat Cemetery. Visitation will be held on Wednesday, November 14, 2018 from 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM at Brown Dawson Flick Funeral Home.
Marty's family would like to thank Dr. Kathleen Alter for her loving care of Martha throughout her life, she was so much more than a doctor to Martha and her family. Family would also like to thank her granddaughter, Sarah, for the care she gave her grandma. Also, a special thanks to Hospice of Cincinnati for the home care and Hospice of Hamilton for their tender care toward Martha.
Bill Davis and Marylizette Williams
|Mike and Doreen we are sending our Love and Prayers to you and your family.|
|I'm so lost for words. I've known Marty for 50 years I'll miss her dearly. Condolences to the family.|
|Mamamaw, Now that your gone,The memories remain of what used to be...Your beautiful Smile,The sound of your laugh,Your heart of Gold You wore on your sleeve,Those big blue eyes Filled with love,But most of all the love you gave,You always had faith You never gave up,You always found a way to make us see How great Life is indeed,I'll never forget the times we shared,Tellingstories ,Watching movies,Eating, Painting our toes,or just playing around.But Most of all just talking with you,You always had a way with words, A way to make me see,But most of all you made me believe! You helped me see why you had to leave, Your spirit was strong,but your body was weak but god just knew your struggle He felt your pain. God held out his hand then you grasped it, & he said No more pain, No more struggles,Just come to heaven and you shall have comfort! With everyday that passes by I will miss you, but for now this is my see you later because I know I’ll see you again some-day. Love your granddaughter Sarah Elizabeth Petrey??|
|I am so sorry for your loss.|