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Martin Olivares

August 20, 1954 — October 9, 2023

Tucson

Martin Olivares, a beloved member of the community known for his construction work and his sense of humor, has passed away on October 9, 2023, in Tucson. He was born on August 20, 1954, in Mexico.

Martin had a remarkable career in the construction field. He was well-respected among his colleagues for his expertise and dedication. His commitment to his work was unmatched, and he took great pride in every project he completed.

Beyond his professional achievements, Martin will always be remembered for his vibrant personality. He had an incredible sense of humor that brought joy and laughter to those around him. Whether it was cracking jokes or sharing funny stories, Martin's presence could light up any room. His infectious laughter will forever echo in our hearts.

But Martin's legacy extended far beyond his work and humor. He possessed an unwavering passion for helping others. Whether it was lending a hand to a neighbor in need or volunteering for charitable causes, Martin always went above and beyond to make a positive impact on the lives of those around him.

One of Martin's proudest accomplishments was his love for music and dancing. He cherished every opportunity to dance with his beloved wife, Margarita Meraz de Olivares. Their graceful moves on the dance floor were truly a sight to behold. Martin's daughters - Margarita, Eunice, Dina, and Viridiana - shared their father's passion for music and embraced it as a way to bond together as a family.

Martin leaves behind a loving family who will forever hold him close in their hearts. Margarita Meraz de Olivares stood by his side throughout their journey together, providing unwavering support and love. His daughters - Margarita, Eunice, Dina, and Viridiana - will continue to carry on their father's legacy of kindness and compassion.

In addition to his immediate family, Martin is survived by his cherished grandchildren - Luis, Tobias, Jacob, Jordan, Aaliyah Monica. His brothers, Armando Olivares,  Guillermo Olivares and Rogelio Olivares also mourn his loss.

Martin's warm heart and genuine concern for others touched the lives of many. He will always be remembered as a devoted husband, a loving father, a caring brother, and a loyal friend. His legacy will live on in the hearts of all those who had the privilege of knowing him.

May Martin Olivares rest in eternal peace, knowing that he made a lasting impact on the lives he touched.

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