Bryan “BMart” Martindale, 42, of Andrews went to be with his Lord and savior after a 4-year battle on April 13, 2020.
Due to our current health conditions and regulations for small gatherings there will be a private family service in Carmichael-Whatley Colonial Chapel at 2:00 PM Saturday, April 18, 2020 with Rev. Lynn Hancock, pastor of Briarwood Church, officiating. Burial will follow in Fairview Cemetery under the direction of Carmichael-Whatley Funeral Directors. We encourage the public to go to our website and leave a message on the Hugs and Kisses from Home page, https://www.carmichael-whatley.com/page/hugs-and-kiss-from-home, the messages will be printed out and attached to a white balloon with a Hershey Kiss and placed in a pew inside our chapel.
Bryan’s funeral will be livestreamed at https://www.carmichael-whatley.com/page/live-streaming. We also will be broadcasting through a FM Transmitter on the radio at the chapel and the cemetery. Our staff will be able to give you the radio station on Saturday, once you have arrived at the funeral home.
Bryan was born April 30, 1977 in Pampa to Clifford and Mollie Martindale. He was 1995 graduate of Pampa High School and went on to the Amarillo Fire Academy, where he graduated in the top 10 percent of his class. Bryan worked for the Perryton Fire Dept for several years. After he left Perryton, he entered the oil/gas industry. Over the years he worked for various companies and his last was Viva Energy as a safety manager. He married Cristy Rowe on November 11, 2017 in Ruidoso, New Mexico and they made their home in Andrews. Bryan was very strong in his faith, he loved the Lord, and was a member of Crossroads Church in Andrews. Bryan was an avid Boston Red Sox and Texas Ranger baseball fan. He played baseball in high school and after high school he began playing softball. BMart played on numerous teams and he helped build the Turn 2 team. They played in tournaments all over including the National Tournament. When he wasn’t playing ball, he loved to coach and watch his 2 sons play. Family was important to Bryan and he loved them dearly. Spending time with Cristy and his boys was his life. He enjoyed fishing, snow skiing, and going to the mountains, especially Red River. Bryan loved his little dog, Sophia Grace and adored his nieces and nephews.
Survivors include his wife Cristy of the home; 2 sons, Grayson and Graham Martindale of Andrews; a step daughter, Jordan Lowery of Hawaii; a step son, Nathan Deleon of Lubbock; sister, Tammye Martindale Johnston of Amarillo; 3 brothers, Mike Martindale, Jackie Martindale, and Dan Martindale and wife Stacie all of Pampa; his parents, Clifford and Mollie Martindale; in laws, Dennis and Patty Rowe of Brownfield; nieces and nephews, Casey Martindale and wife Jaycee, Logan Martindale, Ashlyn Johnston, Brayden Johnston, Braden Hunt, and Ethan Hunt and wife Autumn; a great nephew, Wyatt Martindale; and a host of friends and extended family.
Memorials can be made to Angel Flight Inc., 12345 East Skelly Drive, Tulsa, Oklahoma 74128, Mahan Foundation www.mahanfoundation.com, Oilfield Helping Hands, PO Box 720235, Houston, Texas 77272.