Maya Martin Obituary, Death – Maya Martin a student of the University Of Alabama and a million-dollar band member has passed away. During the Japanese occupation of Shanghai and Nanking, Maya was reared in Shanghai, China. She was born to Russian parents in Harbin, China, and reared in Shanghai.
The first woman to enroll in and graduate from the Chinese Merchant Marine Radio Academy was Maya. In 1947, Maya traveled independently and settled in Seattle, Washington. Her father and mother then arrived to be with her. In Richmond, Kentucky, she wed Humphrey Martin, a retired lieutenant colonel. She was most proud of her naturalization as an American citizen in 1955, which coincided with the birth of her four children.
Maya went throughout the country raising her children while residing in Argentina, Germany, and finally everywhere. Maya was fluent in her mother tongue of Russian, English, Polish, and Spanish. She could also speak a little French and German. The Saint of Berea owns Maya. Clara has a Catholic church. All his entire life, she had been a committed Catholic.
She spent many years attending and participating in the choir at St. Michael’s Catholic Church in Long Branch until relocating to Kentucky in 2004. For many years, Maya was a medical assistant and the admissions director at the Monmouth Convalescent Center. She took part in the Interdenominational Volunteer a€oeMeal at Noona€ program at Second Baptist Church in Long Branch when she lived in New Jersey. She acted because she was happy to promise to help the neighborhood.
Several others died before Maya, including her parents Constantin and Sofia Archangelsky, her brother George, her oldest child Chuck Martin, and others. Charles Martin was born in Crab Orchard, Kentucky. Her surviving children are son June (Jim) Rousey of Crab Orchard, daughter Sue (Cam) Todd of Berea, and son Mark (Rhonda) Martin of Brick Township, New Jersey. She also leaves behind Danny, Carli, Maya, Sarah (Daniel), Shane, Chris (Sharon), Jessica, Melissa, Nicholas, and Jamie in addition to her ten grandkids and two great-grandchildren.