Tom Martinez College Of San Mateo
February 28, 2012 by staff
Tom Martinez College Of San Mateo, Tom Martinez, the longtime personal coach to New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, has died. He was 67. Brady said in a statement posted on his Facebook page Wednesday that he is “deeply saddened by the passing of my coach, mentor and friend.”
“Coach Martinez’s invaluable assistance and support will never be forgotten and will always have a lasting impact on my life,” Brady said. “The time we spent together remain some of my fondest memories. His legacy of commitment, toughness and determination will live on forever.”
Martinez worked with Brady when he was a teenager growing up in San Mateo, where Martinez coached at College of San Mateo. Their relationship continued during Brady’s NFL career.
Brady told reporters before this year’s Super Bowl that Martinez taught him how to throw a football, and he was “forever indebted” to him. He said Martinez had been seeking a kidney for some time.
“A lot of people are looking for kidneys or some different type of transplants, but he’s very deserving,” Brady said then. “He’s a great man.”
The Patriots posted to Twitter late Tuesday: “Our sincere condolences go out to the Martinez family & all those he mentored throughout his incredible career.”
Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman also tweeted: “RIP coach Tom Martinez. He was such a great mentor to many in the bay area. His legacy will always live on.”
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