Lynette Martin

Sunday, September 29, 2019
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Lynette Martin (née Lehman) died after her battle with cancer in Hospice Care on September 24, 2019 in Minot, N.D. at the age of 40.

Lynette is survived by her mother, Cheryl Lehman of Dickinson, N.D.; her husband, James “Michan” Martin of Minot; sons, Stephen (Ashley Olson) of Minot, William (Kelli) Poff of Minot, Trystan (Cheyenne) Lehman of Williston, N.D., and Cameron Martin of Minot; daughters, Olivia Martin of Minot and Emily Lehman of Minot; brothers, Samuel Lehman of Minot, Joshua(Marjorie) Lehman of Dickinson, and Jerrill Lehman of Bismarck; brother-in-law, Tiger (Deb) Martin of Minot; sister-in-law, Kristi McNurlin of Minot; and numerous nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles and cousins.

She is preceded in death by her parents, Bert and Renee Lehman formerly of Lignite, N.D.; father and mother-in-law, Derrell and Hiroko Martin formerly of Minot; godson, Michael John Fetzer formerly of Fargo.

Lynette was born on April 3, 1979 in Glendive to Cheryl Lehman. She graduated with her High School Diploma from Burdick Job Corps in Minot. She married the love of her life James Martin after meeting while both worked at Trinity Health in Minot, they were united in marriage on February 27, 2003. Lynette and Michan raised their blended family together in Minot until the time of her death. Lynette and Michan left a lasting impact on the lives of many youth spanning several age groups. Lynette will forever be remembered as a loving shoulder to cry on and for having a door that was never closed.

Lynette loved music, among her favorites were DMX, Master P, Pink Floyd and Ozzie Osborne. To call her musical taste eclectic would be a vast understatement.

A celebration of life was scheduled for Friday, September 27, 2019 at 11 a.m. at Thompson-Larson Funeral Home located at 21 3rd Ave SW, Minot, N.D. with burial to follow at Sunset Memorial Gardens in Minot. Chaplain Brian Krebs and Paulette Aasen will officiate the ceremony. The family would like to thank the staff at Trinity Health for their diligent and compassionate care during the last months of Lynette’s life. Hospice is not an easy profession and they dedicate themselves tirelessly/selflessly to the comfort of both the family and patients.