Martha Gray Fletcher, 86, was born on November 1, 1935 in Perry, Georgia. Prior to passing on\r\nAugust 10, 2022 in Houston, TX, she spent precious time with her family and friends after the\r\ndiagnosis of a terminal illness brought them to her side. Shortly afterwards, she peacefully took\r\nher last breath on earth and her first breath in heaven.\r\nOne of her proudest accomplishments, besides her family, was her honorable service in the\r\nUnited States Army in San Antonio TX. This is where she met and wed Fred Fletcher in 1957.\r\nSoon after marrying, they moved to Texas City, TX. This where she lived for over 40 years.\r\nMartha worked at Monsanto for over 25 years. She was an active member of the Business and\r\nProfessional Women's Organization and the First United Methodist Church. She also\r\nvolunteered at the American Cancer Society.\r\nMartha moved back to Unadilla, Georgia in 2001. She loved to travel. She never met a stranger\r\nand had a kind, loving heart. Her favorite past time was making lasagna and desserts for her\r\nfamily and friends. Martha was a wonderful mother, faithful friend, and loving sister. She was\r\nbeloved by anyone who met her. Martha taught all of us how to love, accept and forgive.\r\nMartha was preceded in death by her parents, John and Esther Gray; sister, Jeanie McWhorter;\r\nMartha's husband, Fred Keith Fletcher, Sr. and her son, Fred Keith Fletcher, Jr.\r\nMartha is survived by her daughter Danell and husband, James Platt; her daughter Kathy and\r\nhusband, Mike Reynolds. Her grandchildren in birth order are Brian Fletcher and wife, Mystie;\r\nApril Fletcher; Jared Platt and wife, Yasmina; Richard Reynolds; Dallas Fletcher; Justin Platt and\r\nwife, Brandi; and Jessica Reynolds. Her great grandchildren are Bradley, Natalie, Cristina, Zoe\r\nand Avery.\r\nHer remaining family in Georgia are fondly remembered: Sisters - Betty Mims and Brenda\r\nJones; Brothers - Billy Gray and Harold Gray; Brother-in-law - Dennis Jones; and Marla Fletcher\r\nTeixeira, as well as many nieces, nephews, and cousins.\r\nMartha will be greatly missed. It was such a blessing to have her in our lives.\r\nA memorial service will be held at County Line Baptist Church in Unadilla, Georgia. It will be on\r\nNovember 5, 2022 at 2 pm.