CELEBRATION OF LIFE FOR
CLYDE MARTINO REED
Sunrise: May 17, 1986 Sunset: February 6, 2021
Thursday, February 11, 2021
Funeral 2:00 pm
Gateway Funerals & Cremation
17390 Preston Road, Suite 310
Dallas, Texas 75252
Clyde Martino Reed born May 17, 1986 in Chicago, Illinois. One of seven children from Rosalinda Almanza. On Saturday, February 6, 2021, God dispatched his angels to escort Martino to his eternal resting home.
Clyde was educated in the Chicago & Ohio Public School System. He attendant several different trade programs and he was always eager to learn different traits. He enjoyed Arts, Computers and engineering.
Clyde also known as Martino, enjoyed writing, making songs, listening to music, cooking, and shooting pool. Martino mostly enjoyed taking care of his big brother Joel, making breakfast, and fixing coffee for his mother Rosalinda. He was overprotective of his sisters. Martino cherish his girlfriend Amada.
Clyde leaves to cherish his memory: his loving mother Rosalinda Almanza; four sons, Keon Reed, Kyre Reed, Gabriel Aden Jalil Reed and Levi Mason Martino Reed; one brother Joel Lopez, five sisters, Jenny Lopez, Misty Lopez, Martina Cecily Reed, Lindsay Barbara Reed and Rosemarie Rivera and a host of aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins and friends and his loving girlfriend Amada.
Despite all your ups and downs, I was there for you. I always loved you unconditionally. Even though you are not here in flesh, I know you are here in spirit. You will always be by my side no matter what. You will always watch over me and stay strong. Even though you felt like you had no heart you loved me unconditionally. You loved you brother and your sisters unconditionally. Please continue to watch over all of us. You will always be in my heart, thoughts, and prayers. As you were when you were here. I know that you couldn’t always be around, but you were in spirit. You meant the world to me. You are my everything. If my love was enough to save you, you would have lived forever. You will always be in my heart and I will cherish every memory of you until we meet in Heaven.
Your Loving Mother
It broke our hearts to lose you. But you did not go alone. For part of us went with you the day God called you home. You leave us here on earth to treasure your love and memory. But God has you in his keeping and we will always have you in our hearts. You left us with years of happiness, laughter and joy that will last forever more.
Lovingly Submitted by Family
To me you were special. Someone good and true, Never will I forget you, I thought the world of You. There are no words I could find to express my love and appreciation of you. Tino, all I could do is list the reasons Why I Love You...
I love how you make me feel like I'm the only woman in the world, I love the heartwarming texts every morning and every night you send me which makes me believe that I am the first and the last person you think of every day. I love how you took care of me when I was sick, and you didn't mind. I love how you try to put a smile on my face and to make me laugh, sometimes without even trying. I love the way you cuddled with me. I love how you spoil me and treats me like a Queen, without me ever having to ask for special treatment. I love how you count on me and trust me even though you don't trust people easily. I love how we respect each other, even when we disagree with one another. I love how you can't be happy if I'm not and you are ready to do whatever it takes to see me happy and to know that you are the cause of my happiness. I love how you need me and appreciate everything I do for you. I love how you miss me even when you saw me yesterday or today. I love how you say I Love You Beautiful in your very special way. I Love You Handsome, Mi Rey Tino!
Love, Your Girlfriend, Amada
So dearly loved. So sadly missed. Always in Our Hearts. Martino
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