Martha Sparks Obituary, Death Cause – With its humorous take on their love for their departed mother, the family of the late Martha Dougharty Sparks from Beaumont, Texas, may deserve to be recognized as having written the “obituary of the year.” “On April 2, 2023, Martha Dougharty Sparks, who was 80 years old and lived in Beaumont, Texas, finally stopped badgering her alleged sons about what they ought to do with their lives.
Sparks’ love for animals, human rights, and a passion for life were discussed in his obituary, which centered on the importance of loving others without passing judgment on them. At the time of her passing earlier this month, she was undergoing treatment at MD Anderson for cancer. Sparks came into the world in 1942. According to what was written in the obituary, “But Martha didn’t go without a fight nor without full make-up and bright-red lipstick.
Tom Sparks, a member of her family, remarked that she was “a hoot.” Martha’s choice of headwear frequently revealed her state of mind when she wore it; needless to say, she was clinically insane. A piece of Sparks’ obituary stated as follows: “She was a staunch defender of animal rights, loving all creatures big and small, and, to a considerably lesser extent, also loving her two boys that continued to pester her for attention and an occasional, microwaved meal.
Sparks’ love for animals led to her being a “staunch defender of animal rights,” loving all creatures big and small. The obituary went on to say that Martha was a supporter and advocate for LGBTQ people. She held the belief that all people were made equal in love and in life. She often donated tens of dollars that she had saved by using coupons at Kohl’s in order to help the Wounded Warriors Project as well as Meals On Wheels.