Jason Martin Obituary, Death – Dona Minard and Wayne Martin welcomed their son Jason Allen Martin into the world on October 15, 1983 in San Bernardino. In July of 1984, he made the trip to Grenada with his mother and his two sisters, and it was there that he spent the most of his youth.
In 1994, he and his sister Lizz embarked on a cross-country journey, during which they spent time in the cities of Redding, Sacramento, and Oklahoma before settling in New Mexico. He relocated to Grenada in 2001, and it was there that he met his future wife, Nina. The two of them started a romance that eventually blossomed into a huge, happy family that now includes eight children.
Jason loved going hiking, fishing, and riding his motorcycle. He also enjoyed spending time with his kids and playing video games online with his nephews and other wonderful friends he had met. His Harley-Davidson motorcycle and his Mustang were his most valued belongings, after his children, of course. He and his wife had recently acquired a home in Weed, and he couldn’t wait to start making improvements to it.
His wife, Nina Martin, and their children of Weed, Shayne (17), Cheyenne (16), Chris (15), Donald (10) and Mily (6), Noah (2), and Malaysia (1), are the only ones who have survived him. His sister Tina Evans and her husband Kevin Evans; his mother Dona Minard of Yreka and his stepfather Steven Metcalfe, also of Yreka; his sister Lizz Krizman and her husband Nick Krizman of Medford; his nephews (brothers) Zane Krizman of Tacoma, Sean McDaniel of Dunsmuir, David Evans of Redding, and Alex Evans of Yreka; his grandfather Donald Minard Sr. His grandfather Velva Cohn, his grandmother Sherry Minard, and his father Wayne Martin have all passed away before him. His daughter Melani Martin and his cousin JJ Minard both worked there.