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September 7, 1989 - February 17, 2021


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Ashley Lynn (Coker) Martinez


Ashley Lynn Coker Martinez passed into glory on Wednesday February 17, 2021. A devoted wife, mother, sister, granddaughter, friend and most importantly, believer in our Lord Jesus Christ, will be dearly missed until we are all gloriously reunited in Heaven.

Ashley is survived by her husband Ricardo (Ricky) Martinez, their two sons Grayson Luke and Connor Rhys, mother Monica Coker, father Carlton Coker and wife Sandra, father in law Dr. Rodolfo (Rudy) Martinez and mother in law Kristin Martinez, brothers Carlton Junior and Joseph Coker, brother in laws Michael (Lauren), Daniel and Benjamin Martinez, sister Taylor Durbin, sister in laws Monica (John) Kitner and Grace (Jacob) Graves, grandparents Carl and Cecilia Coker, Jeannie Rush and Melvin Shook as well as her nieces and nephews Cooper and Bristol Durbin, Nolan and Crew Martinez and Charlie Rose and Hallie Graves.

A memorial service for Ashley will be on Friday February 26, 2021 at 10 AM at the Southcrest Baptist Church with David Wilson presiding. The service will also be available online at

In lieu of flowers and plants, Ricardo and family are asking you to prayerfully consider donating to Bible Study Fellowship (BSF) online at You may also give by text, text - Text2give to this number: 844-986-1067. When giving, please note class number 493. This is where Ashley and their two boys’ faith seemed to blossom and grow under careful bible instruction and fellowship of loving women with a passion for spreading the Gospel and the love of Jesus Christ to the world.

Thank you!

Published on the Agape Funeral Chapel and Crematory website February 2021.

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