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Eloy Martin Hernandez

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Eloy Martin Hernandez (best known as Pampo or Uncle Marty), 68, from Roswell, NM, passed away on Tuesday, April 28, 2020. Please take a moment and share a kind thought or memory with Eloy’s family at www.andersonbethany.com.

A Memorial Service will be held at Anderson Bethany Funeral Home on Saturday, August 1, 2020, at 10:00 AM. Interment will follow at General Dougals L. McBride Veterans Cemetery.

Marty was born November 9, 1951, in Roswell, NM, to George R. Hernandez and Elizabeth Hernandez. He loved spending time with his family, whether it was playing board games, video games, or watching movies. Marty also loved watching his favorite football team, the Washington Redskins play. The times he invested in co-coaching his grandchildren’s soccer teams with his son Eneas and daughter-in-law, Carol, were foremost his most remarkable moments. Marty loved all the boys that he coached and had a profound impact on many of them. He also made sure everyone’s day started right with his daily “Good morning” texts. Marty will be missed by all who knew him.

Those left to eternally cherish memories of Marty are his ex-wife, Margaret Turrieta; sons: Eneas and wife Carol Hernandez with grandchildren, Xachary and Melitta Hernandez of Roswell, NM; Brandon Turrieta with grandsons, Josiah and Ramon Duran of Roswell, NM; and daughters, Larissa and husband Adam Deremiah with grandchildren, Bernadette and Spenser Deremiah of San Antonio, TX; Jeanette Davis with grandson, Jackson Davis of Las Cruces, NM; brothers: Johnny J. Hernandez, Danny Hernandez both of Roswell, NM; Alfred Hernandez and wife Laura of Santa Fe, NM; sisters: Rosemary Manzanares and Anna Vargas of Denver, CO; and numerous aunts, uncles, nieces, and nephews.

Eloy was preceded in death by his parents, George R. Hernandez and Elizabeth Hernandez; and brothers: George Hernandez Jr., David Hernandez, and Gilbert Hernandez.

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In lieu of flowers, the family is asking for donations in Eloy’s name be made to the Wounded Warrior Foundation.