LaDonna Ruth Martin-Evans

July 13, 1949 - March 18, 2022

07/13/1949 - 03/18/2022

We regretfully announce the passing of LaDonna Ruth Martin-Evans. She passed peacefully in her sleep on Friday, March 18, 2022. She is survived by her children, Stacey, Nicholas & his wife Alex, and Chad & his fiancé Ashley, her siblings and their wives, Gary & Connie, Tim & Jan, her nieces and nephews, Travis, Danielle, Christopher, Alison, and Nicole, and her grandchildren, Brooklynn, Bella, Mason, and Max.

To the people that knew her, she was a bright light that filled every room she walked into. She thrived on being the friend to confide in, the shoulder to cry on, and the mother to so many. From cutting oranges for her children’s sports teams, traveling the world as a Flight Attendant, telling President Ford to hold on at a WH dinner to hosting a World Series party, her life was filled with love, adventure and joy few ever match. An extraordinary life to be sure…

Her wishes were not for a funeral, but instead to celebrate her life. We would like to invite anyone that loved and knew her to a celebration that commemorates the life of a truly spectacular woman. One final day of laughs and stories to honor an amazing woman who was unmatched in her compassion and generosity. That meant the world, not only to us, but so many others.

We love and miss you mom, and always will.

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Patti Kota
1 year ago

Dear Stacy and family, I am sorry to hear of your Mom’s passing. She was a great gal! I remember playing tennis with her…always such fun and a wonderful player. My condolences to each and every one of you. Sincerely, Patti Kota

bryan edward zwack
1 year ago

I remember those great soccer trips and how fun and lovely she was ……always in my heart

Renee Tennies
1 year ago

I will always remember how much love she gave, her wonderful hugs and fun laugh. Her laugh and smile would radiate, wrap you up and draw you in. She was always inviting, inclusive and friendly. You always felt love, comfort and a sense of belonging with LaDonna. She will be missed. May you all find comfort and peace.

Dina Lynn Salazar
1 year ago

I remember so much LaDonna’s laugh! It was infectious…she will always be a part of the Salazar family, we will miss her dearly ♥️, and are thoughts & prayers are with her kids & grandchildren that I know she loved so very much!