Obituaries » LARRY TYRONE MARTIN
August 9, 1969 - March 12, 2020
Burial Date: September 13, 2020
Memorial Service/Interment will be held Sunday, September 13, 2020 at Hickory Hill Cemetery, Morrilton Arkansas at 11:00 a.m. Due to our Federal and State COVID-19 guidelines we will abide by the social distance standard of 6ft apart. Mr. Martin's service may be viewed live via ZOOM.
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Topic: Memorial Service for Mr. Larry Tyrone Martin at Hickory Hill Cemetery, Morrilton AR
Time: Sep 13, 2020 11:00 AM Central Time (US and Canada)
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Larry Tyrone Martin was born August 9, 1969 to the late Velma Jean Martin in Marvell, Arkansas. Tyrone departed this earthly life March 12, 2020 at his home in Little Rock, Arkansas.
Affectionately known as Tyrone, he received his formal education in the Wheatley Public School District, Wheatley, Arkansas; graduating from Wheatley High School.
Tyrone accepted Christ as his personal Savior and was a member of New Direction Baptist Church, Little Rock Arkansas. He remained faithful until his demise.
May 1, 1993, Tyrone united with Penelope Leon in Holy Matrimony. To this union no children were born but a blended family was form through their love.
Tyrone is preceded in death by his grandparents; Charles and Lillian Martin, Sr., his mother; Velma Jean Martin who died May 26, 2001.
Tyrone leaves to cherish his wife; Penelope Martin, three stepdaughters; Latoya Davis, Lajoya Lewis, Deirdre James all of Little Rock AR, two brothers; Lemont (Stephanie) Metcalf of Little Rock AR, Benjamin Smith of Clarksville TN, a cousin that was raised as a brother; Jerry (Debra) Martin of Lexa AR, two sisters; Lynn Metcalf of Atlanta GA, Valarie Farmer of Texas, three aunts; Celestine (Edmond) Sims of Marvell AR, Rosie Winston of Jonesboro AR, Carrie Martin of Lexa AR, three uncles; Cleveland (Carla) Martin of Lexa AR, Charles (Tracy) Martin, Jr., Frank Harris, one great aunt; Gracie Hill of California, a special friend; Larry Sims of Little Rock AR, and a host of grandchildren, nephews, nieces, cousins and friends.