Martin, Anson Ray

Marines and Army

Sponsor:  Silverdale H.O.G. Ch 3500 LOH & Martin Family

Location: Bay Street, Port Orchard

Replaced 06/2018, 07/2022

Anson Ray Martin, 33, died on May 31, 2010 in Bremerton. He was born on Feb. 24, 1977 in Alamogordo, New Mexico to George Scott and Winona Ruth (Burch) Martin. In 1995 Anson graduated from Artesia High School in Artesia, NM. He then went on to receive an Associate’s Degree in Criminal Justice from Crown College. In October of 1999 he married Laurie Butcher in Bremerton. Anson served in the Marine Corps from Nov. 95- Nov. 99′ where he was stationed in Bangor, WA and the Army from 2005-2009 stationed in Fort Hood, TX and served 1 yr in Iraq. He achieved the rank of Sergeant. Anson was in the Reserves for 10 years before retiring. He was a member of the H.O.G. and Chaplain for Black Sheep Motorcycle Ministry. He enjoyed woodworking, Kayaking, Motorcycle riding, and was an expert marksman. Anson lived to serve others before himself even while unknowingly battling cancer he served his country for a year in Iraq. Anson was an amazing man who loved and lived for his wife, kids and family. He loved his country and looked at having stage four cancer as an opportunity to serve and minister to others. In the worst of health it was important for him to praise the Lord, feed the homeless, bless bikes, serve others and share of the hope he had in Christ. 

Brown, Todd