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Marta Magdalena-Rosario Hamilton

Marta Magdalena-Rosario Hamilton

March 22, 1939 - September 10, 2020

Marta Magdalena Rosario Hamilton was a beloved Mom, Grandma, Great-Grandma, sister, aunt, and friend. Marta was called to Heaven after a hard battle with dementia on September 10,2020. She passed at home with her granddaughter April by her side. She was proceeded in death and welcomed into Heaven by her parents Pablo and Edwinigen Griego, her sisters Virginia and Ester, her son in-law Johnny Davis Sr., her son's Michael, Mitchell, and Mark Anaya, and her grandson Adrian Anaya. She leaves behind her remaining children Terry Davis, Patricia and son in-law Drew Toohey, and Christopher Anaya; Daughter in-law Kim Anaya, 16 Grandchildren, 28 Great-Grandchildren, several great-grandchildren, her sisters Betty and Hilda, and countless family members and friends. <br /> Marta was born in Albuquerque New Mexico in March 22, 1939. She raised her children in Southern California and lived the end of her life in Central Texas. <br /> Anyone who meet Marta liked her, she was known for her loving and giving heart, fierce independence, fearless aspirations, and many interests. She always treated everyone with respect, kindness, and believed in giving to others less fortunate, she was never afraid to learn or try new things. She had a career in aerospace, pursued education in Airline industry and real estate. She didn't let her age or upbringing define or limit her. This was a huge inspiration to her children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren. She was proud of them for pursing education, their goals, and military service. <br /> Marta loved to cook and bake. The love and passion was felt and savoured in each dish. Everyone had their favorite dish, from tortillas to peach cobbler, from fudge to enchiladas, and she loved and insisted on making it every time she saw them. <br /> She had a great relationship with her Lord and Savior and would share her faith and pray for others any chance she got. Wherever she went out, she would embrace people, offering a hug or "God Bless you" and she wholeheartedly meant it. She truly wanted others to be happy and feel loved. The world lost a great person, inspiration, and wonderful soul when she left. We will miss her and love her always.


Celebration of life


Albuquerque, NM, USA

Services by
Heart of Texas Cremation and Burial Service

12010 Hwy 290 West, Ste. 210, Austin, TX

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    Marta was a great person and had always treated me with respect. She will be greatly missed and I know she is up there now with my son Adrian Anaya and that comforts me a little bit. My condolences to all the family. May she rest in peace.

    Joseph & Mary Candelaria & family.
    Mary Candelaria & Family Oct 12, 2020
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