Martin Alfonso Cabral

April 3, 1952 ~ January 16, 2023 (age 70) 70 Years Old


Martin A Cabral was a wonderful and devoted man who loved all things Disney. His family has many fond and exciting memories of magical times spent at Disneyland in every season over many years. We will cherish these memories in our hearts forever.

Martin was an avid Raider fan. Proudly boasting that he saw the team through four location changes and seeing them in Las Vegas at their new stadium. Married at 19, Martin lived his life beside his beautiful wife, Pam, for 51 years. He will be missed by his daughter, Christi and her husband, Steve, and amazing granddaughters Amanda, Bella, and Emily in Colorado. And his awesome son’s family in California, Martin and Christina, and wonderful grandchildren Alissa and Hunter. He is survived by his mother, Cordelia Mesta and sisters Cecilia, Margret, Connie, Toni, Tami and many beautiful nieces, nephews, Aunts and cousins. His love of classic rock music, epic superhero movies, the Raiders and family comfort those who go on without him.

Born in Denver, Colorado, Martin attended school and was married in California.  He moved back to Colorado with his wife in 1998 and loved the beautiful landscape and blue sky. He passed away at the age of 70. He had fought like a hero and stayed strong until the end. He left us with his devoted and extraordinary wife at his side. Surrounded by loved ones who will continue to honor his legacy by living their lives to the fullest.

Goofy: “Oh, were ya wonderin' what I was up to? Not much! Just gazin' out at the sea. Whether ya run around, busy as a bee, or hang out and take it easy... How ya spend your days here is all up to you! Me, I like the way the ocean looks from this spot. This here town has plenty of spots to explore and discover for yourself. I bet you'll find your own favorite spot soon enough! A-hyuck! See ya later!”

A Celebration of Life for this incredible man will be held at Martins home on Monday, July 3 for all family and friends to coincide with his favorite holiday and Red, White and You fireworks.


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