Martin Tucker Obituary, Death – Martin Tucker II, who had been taken from this world without any prior warning on December 2, 2022, was a resident of Hendersonville, North Carolina at the time of his untimely death. He was 30 years old at the time of his untimely death. On August 24, 1992, in the city of Roanoke, which is located in the state of Virginia, Martin was born to his parents, Jo Anne Bolt Tucker and James Martin Tucker. His grandfather was also named James Martin Tucker.
Before Martin was born, all of his grandparents emigrated: Elsie and William Tucker, Martin’s maternal grandparents; Eldon Bolt and Ruby Johnson, Martin’s paternal grandparents; and Elsie and William Tucker, Martin’s maternal grandparents. Additionally, by his cousins Lynn Tucker and C. W. Bolt, in addition to his uncle Jeff Tucker, who is also a Tucker and is a member of the Tucker family. His grandmother.
Emma Bolt, from Virginia, his uncle, Steve Bolt, from Alaska, his aunt and uncle, Sherry and Steve Bishop, and their children Anthony Bishop and Amanda Cooper, all from Virginia; his aunt and uncle, Sherry and Lee Fisher, from Brevard, North Carolina; as well as his sister and brothers, Erin Tucker and Kyle Cantrell of Pisgah Forest and Robert Cole Cantrell of Hendersonville; all of these members of his family are still alive.
His grandmother was born James Bol, the one who had served as his grandfather, had already passed away before to his passing. Martin graduated from TC Roberson High School in 2012 and, at the time of his graduation, he was working at the Wendy’s restaurant that is located on Four Seasons Boulevard in Hendersonville. Martin received his diploma from TC Roberson High School. Martin possessed the most charitable and compassionate nature imaginable; he had a deep love for all living things, but especially for his cherished dog Peanut.
Peanut was Martin’s best friend and companion throughout his life. In addition to that, he delighted in dressing up for Halloween, competing in paintball tournaments, playing computer games with his father, and taking photographs. He was a man of unyielding faith who had a deep love both for his family and for God. Both were very important to him. In addition to this, he possessed a strong love for God. The abruptness with which he left this world has torn our hearts as well as the fabric of our family, and as a result, there is a schism in both of our communities. His absence is being felt so severely by each and every one of us.