Ted & Debbie Martinez

Eagle, ID

Sister Debbie Martinez and Elder Ted Martinez were married in October of 1975. They were sealed in the Logan temple in 1984 with three of their children. Between the two, they have seven children, 19 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.

Elder Martinez has owned and operated a custom homebuilding business in the Treasure Valley for 40 years. In those 40 years, the two of them have worked closely together designing and building hundreds of beautiful homes in their area. Sister Martinez has worked in the interior design industry all of her life. Her love and passion is helping others to decorate their homes from the ground up. Elder Martinez has been actively involved in the National Assn. of Homebuilders, serving on various committees as well as serving as the President for the Idaho State Homebuilders Assn. and the President of the Homebuilders Assn. for Southwestern Idaho. He is currently serving as chairman of the political action committee for the local association.

Elder Martinez has served as a Stake Missionary, Counselor in Elders Quorum, Asst. / High Priest, YM President, YM Secretary, Sunday School Teacher, Primary Teacher, Ward Missionary, High Council, and Bishop for a Young Single Adult Ward. The Martinez’s have been teaching the Marriage and Family Relations class in their ward for the past 4 yrs.

Sister Martinez has served as a Counselor in YW, YW President, Sunday School Teacher, Relief Society Counselor, Relief Society President in 2 Wards, Stake Relief Society President, Relief Society Teacher, Ward Missionary, Primary Teacher, and currently teaching Marriage and Family Relations.

The Martinez’s love this phase of their life. They love to play golf, travel, and follow their grandchildren as they participate in their various sporting activities and dance.

Elder and Sister Martinez are very excited for this new calling and especially for the opportunity to work with the young people of BYU/Idaho and Elder and Sister Smith. They love to serve the Lord and are grateful for this calling.