Jazlyn Mendiola Obituary, Death –Jazlyn Mendiola has died. After relocating to the Golden State in 1956, he quickly found employment with North America Rockwell, where he worked his way up through the ranks to become Assistant Vice President. On the other hand, he made the decision to retire at the age of 55 so that he and his wife “Scotty” could go on adventures together over the world. In 1983, they made Santa Maria their permanent place of abode after relocating there from another location.
Jake was a member of the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks for over four decades and worked as an official in the organization for the final quarter of a century at lodge #1538 in Santa Maria. During his time with the Elks, he was involved in numerous charitable and community service projects. During his tenure as an Elk, Jake participated in a wide variety of volunteer and philanthropic activities around the community. As a way of giving back to the Hispanic community, he volunteered his time to serve in a variety of capacities, including as a grant writer for the Santa Maria Symphony Orchestra, a bilingual English as a Second Language (ESL) teacher for the Hispanic community, and a census taker for the Hispanic community.
His wife of 65 years, Violet C. “Scotty” Brown, will be the only one he leaves behind after he passes away. He is also survived by his three daughters, Tracy Stewart of Healdsburg, California, Alice (Leroy) Miranda of Cherry Valley, California, and Judy Hewitt of Perris, California; his seven grandchildren, Glenn, Karen, Travis (Lisa), Brandt, Avery (Sarah), Brandy (Will), and Loretta; and his nine great-grandchildren, Victoria, Victoria, Victoria, Victoria, Victoria, Victoria, Victoria, and Victoria. (Baby Jake).