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Chad David Martell
March 28, 1977 ~ August 10, 2023 (age 46) 46 Years Old
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We mourn the departure of Chad David Martell, born on the 28th of March, 1977 in Webster, Texas and passed into internal rest the 10th of August 2023 in Irvine California.
He was man of admirable courage and unwavering spirit, generous heart that gave without measure, a loving son, brother and father, a kind soul that touched the lives of many.
Chad is survived by his 2 beautiful sons, Jake David and Maxx William. His memory will be forever cherished by his loving family—mother Mary Ann, brother Aaron (Megan), niece Isla, father David and extended family. The love and respect he earned from his family was a testament to the man he truly was.
After graduating from Clear Lake HS in Texas, Chad enlisted in the United States Marine Corps. He served his country with honor and distinction. Upon the completion of his military career, he lived the remaining years of his life in beautiful Irvine, California.
In his spare time, Chad was a supporter of the Houston Astros, his enthusiasm for the game was infectious. He was also a car enthusiast. Spending much of his time working on, maintaining, and most importantly driving his car.
Chad was laid to rest with military honors, a fitting tribute to a man who lived his life with honor, integrity, and commitment to his country. He was a man of action, his deeds spoke louder than his words, his life was a testament to his values.
In his passing, we remember his incredible journey. We celebrate a life well-lived and a soul that enriched ours. His legacy lives on in the hearts of those he loved and those who loved him.