Martin M. Mojarro

Martin M. Mojarro

August 12, 1947 - December 31, 2016

Martin M. Mojarro

August 12, 1947 - December 31, 2016


MARTIN MIKE MOJARRO, SR, 69, of Rancho Santa Margarita, California passed away on Saturday, December 31, 2016 in his home peacefully, surrounded by his loving family.

He was born in Los Angeles, CA to David and Lucy Mojarro on August 12, 1947. He was raised with his two brothers and two sisters, David Jr. Robert, Martha and Juanita. Martin graduated a four sport letterman, from Huntington Park High School in 1966. He immediately entered the work force, eventually finding his love of construction, becoming an amazing carpenter that specialized in concrete work.

He married his high school sweetheart, Armida Rodriguez and they started their family young with 4 daughters. Cynthia, Rebecca, Patricia and Armida were all born before he turned the age of 24. Later in his life, he was blessed with their only son Martin Mike Mojarro Jr, who was the final piece to his beautiful family!

Martin was a huge Dodgers and Lakers fan and was very excited when the Rams came back to Los Angeles. His love of sports was only second to his love for his family. He never missed a game, sport or performance that one of his kids or grandkids participated in. He was his family’s biggest fan. As Martin’s last few weeks came upon him, severe pain came as well. The strong pain medications assisted with keeping him comfortable, but the real comfort came from his family. Martin’s love for his wife, children, grandchildren and great grandchild kept a beautiful smile on his face to the very end.

Martin is survived by his mother Lucy, sisters Martha and Juanita, wife Armida, daughters Cynthia, Rebecca, Patricia and Armida, son Martin Jr and grandkids Gregory, Jordan, Maaison, Makena, Malia, Savanah and Maverick and great grandson Mateo. His presence will be greatly missed by everyone who got the opportunity to meet him.

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6 responses to Martin M. Mojarro

  1. Marty was such a fun guy….we always joked and had fun at our hockey games. And the dodger games were pretty fun too. We always stopped at Phillipes french dip where Marty jr ate at least 3 before the game. Such great memories with Marty and the family!! May he rest in peace. Love the Ordunos

  2. Marty…you will always hold such a special place in my heart. I loved the way you teased me, coached me in softball and made me feel like I was one of your own daughters. You were an amazing man full of life and love and all those wonderful memories I have of you have yet to fade after all these years.
    Armida, Rebecca, Patricia, Baby Armida (haha), Martin Mike, and my bestie Cynthia…I love you all and I am so sorry I cannot be there with you. Know you are all in my thoughts and prayers. Much love to you all…Terry…j/k Carrie

  3. Diug Ciralli says:

    Marty my dear friend. We alway loved being around u for all these years. We have seen a lot together. It all started at a bowling alley 36 years ago. Good old Mesa lanes. Sarah and I will miss you. You where one of the hardest working man I have ever met. You always had time for everyone. To all the girls and Martian you husband and dad loved you all. Our prayers are with you all. Rest In Peace our friend you will be missed. DOUG n Sarah CIRALLI

  4. Rachel Smith says:

    My thoughts of love and comfort I send to your family because I think that’s what you’d want. You hung on …for them… as long as you could. You can rest now Marty, they’re ok thanks to you. Miss you, love you and see you soon. Rachel

  5. What a wonderful legacy Martin leaves with the decades long Love Story with his Bride, the incredible Family he helped to shape and create, and the circle of Friends who love and cherish the memories of time together. Love and hugs to the entire Family. Love the Beebouts

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