A grandfather of Chula Vista who served his country during the Official My Time In Uniform Is Over But Being A Vietnam Veteran Never Ends New Shirt war and patrolled California’s highways for decades is being remembered for his service life after he died of coronavirus.
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Raul Martinez, 70, is a retired Vietnam veteran and California Highway Patrol officer. He lost the battle to COVID-19 last month, and left his wife of nearly 50 years, four children and nine grandchildren.
His daughter, Claudia Martinez, said the Official My Time In Uniform Is Over But Being A Vietnam Veteran Never Ends New Shirt family was very careful and took numerous precautions to avoid exposure to the deadly disease, such as wearing a mask, exercising away and restricting her outwards. However, Raul Martinez remains infected.
Claudia Martinez said she often visits her parents from afar and often waves to them from the window.
‘I wish I’d seen him or wanted to give him a hug quickly, one of the Official My Time In Uniform Is Over But Being A Vietnam Veteran Never Ends New Shirt times I stopped at [mum’s] house. Of course, I don’t regret being safe. She said it was for love.
Raul Martinez was born in National City, graduated from Sweetwater High School and married his second-time lover, Maria Martinez, according to his daughter.
“My father, he was the funniest man. [He] loves his family, he loves his kids, he loves his grandchildren. He’s been very proud to be a CHP officer for nearly 30 years and although it’s hard to talk about Vietnam, he’s still proud to be a veteran,” Claudia Martinez said.
She said she wanted more time with him, but unfortunately, her time was cut short.
Claudia Martinez said her father began to feel tired and had a mild fever on the last weekend of August. He went to the hospital and was discharged on the same day, but at home he did not get any better. The following week he began to have difficulty breathing and was taken to the intensive care home.
Claudia Martinez said: “It was a rollercoaster afterwards. On September 20, her father’s health worsened and he died.
‘I mean even when I talk about it, I’m not wordsless because I can’t believe how quickly it all happened. And what killed me was not being there with him, and holding his hand, hugging him, praying by his bedside, even if he couldn’t talk to us because I felt like he heard our voices, saw our faces. make a huge difference,” Claudia Martinez explained.