Martha Cirilda Alvarado

December 15, 1980 - September 25, 2021

Martha Cirilda Alvarado, 40, a resident of Bradenton, FL for the past 30 years, formerly of Fort Myers, FL, passed away Saturday, September 25, 2021 in Bradenton. She was born December 15, 1980 in Fort Myers.

Martha was of the Catholic faith and attended Jesus The Worker Catholic Church in Fort Myers.  She was a dedicated mother first and foremost.  Martha loved her little miracles and embraced every moment.

She worked a variety of jobs throughout her life.  She worked in Housekeeping, Landscaping and Laundry Service. Martha did everything and anything to make sure her children were taken care of.  She was a fierce Mama Bear. 

Live, Laugh, Love, Leave a Legacy and THAT’S exactly what she did. 

She is survived by her loving parents, Francisco Alvarado (Maria Guadalupe Gonzalez) of Fort Myers, and Maria Longoria Alvarado of Riverview, FL; children, Alma I. Cruz, Francisco Jay Cruz, and Ivan Hernandez; as well as five siblings, Ana Alvarado (Sergio Ramirez) of Riverview, Francis Guillen (Iswin Guillen) of Plant City, FL, Leticia Ariza (Santiago Ariza Ortega) of Fort Myers, Juan Hernandez, Jr. of Bradenton, and Pedro Hernandez, also of Bradenton.

A Memorial Mass will be held 12:00 PM Friday, October 22, 2021 at Jesus The Worker Catholic Church, 881 Nuna Ave., Fort Myers, FL 33905.

Memorial Contributions in memory of Martha Cirilda Alvarado are suggested to her children, Alma and Frankie.

Mullins Memorial Funeral Home & Cremation Service, Fort Myers, is entrusted with final care.


  1. Debra Apolinar Oct 9, 2021 at 9:47 am

    I still can’t believe you’re not here anymore. But you’ll always be in my heart. I love and miss you so much. I’ll never have a BestFriend like you.

  2. Sofia De Anda Oct 9, 2021 at 1:22 pm

    Still hard to believe your not here…u are truely missed and all i have is great memories and times we had…rest easy amiga and til we meet again🙏🏻🕊

  3. Marva Johnson Alvarado Oct 9, 2021 at 7:34 pm

    Martha was a beautiful woman I got to meet her twice wish we could have had more time to get to know one another and her beautiful children. Rest in peace love.

  4. Brenda Marroquin Davila Oct 9, 2021 at 8:49 pm

    Martha! Chila! I still can’t believe your gone!! It seems so freakin unrealistic. I love you prima. Thanks for alllllllllll the crazy memories, laughs, and talks we had. You’re NEVER going to be forgotten. Love you loca. Rest Easy ♥️

  5. Anna Charles Oct 11, 2021 at 4:26 pm

    It’s still unreal to me that your gone. You will always be in my memories and heart always. Thanks for all the memories as children and as we grew up. Rest in Heaven Martha ❤️

  6. Rocio Macias Oct 13, 2021 at 9:19 am

    It’s still so hard to believe you are gone you will truly be missed prima. I will forever carry our childhood and our crazy teenage years memories in my heart. Fly high Chila 🕊🙏🏼 La Queen

  7. Alexander Olmos Oct 15, 2021 at 8:43 pm

    There are no words for when you lose a loved one. Especially when it comes to losing familia. Familia isn’t always blood. For blood only makes you related. And She was exactly that for me, my wife and children… FAMILIA. You are and will forever be missed. Que En Paz Descanses Ma 🥺😢😥🙏💔

  8. Anita & Ray Ramirez Oct 21, 2021 at 8:16 pm

    Chilaaaaaa we’re gonna miss you ma! This is by far the saddest I’ve been in years. Life isn’t fair and it isn’t suppose be! No questions shall we ask him.. All we can do is wonder. I’m gonna miss you trying to get all your primas together in one. You were that one bitch. The one that would go past anyone or anything that may have tried to break them. Shit I wish we could go away back to the cochito bars. Yo simpre con la Guerra y tu con Laura! We’re gonna miss you Chila! I will forever be greatful for meeting you! Tomorrow we will join your family in your Memory! I will try my hardest to put that smile on their face! I ❤️ You

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