It is with a heavy heart that the family of Yader Jiron announces his passing that took place on August 31, 2022 in Orlando, FL. He was born in Managua, Nicaragua on April 18, 1978 from parents Maritza Rivas and Rolando Jiron.
Yader was known for being the life of a party, full of energy and full of charisma that would light up any room he would walk in. He was warm hearted and would jump to help anyone in need. Friends remember Yader for his generous spirit and humor and that he wouldn’t miss the opportunity to come up with a nickname for everyone. Family also remembers him for his rocking DJ skills at big gatherings.
Yader was very hard working and was employed by the Freeman design company at the Orlando branch as a high level Creative Designer. Co-workers say he was always looking out for his colleagues; First to jump on the project and last to leave. Yader had a creative eye and unique design perspective and personal touch that made clients, staff and other team members love him and his work. He always said ‘a rendering is a promise to the client’ and he took that responsibility very serious to create passionate experiences.
From long road trips to camping with his friends and family, Yader enjoyed life and everything it had to offer. He had a talent for cooking delicious meals, bringing people together and making sure everyone always had a good time. He enjoyed casual parties but also had a fancy side and loved fine dining especially a big flavorful steak.
Yader will always be remembered as a loving husband to wife Ina and a dad who was elated at his son Dylan Blue’s first giggle and first word DaDa. He was adamant about making sure his family was safe and taken care of.
Yader cherished the memories of his life with his loving wife, Ina Jiron Bahnaru; son, Dylan Blue Jiron; mother, Maritza Rivas; brother, Tommy Vazquez; sister, Esbelia Morales; as well as many more family and friends that will miss him immensely.
He is preceded in death by his father, Rolando Jiron.
Viewing will be held September 9, 2022 at 3:00 PM (ET) At the First United Methodist Church of Winter Park. 125 N. Interlachen Avenue, Winter Park, FL 32789.
Service will be held September 9, 2022 at 4:00 PM (ET). At the First United Methodist Church of Winter Park. 125 N. Interlachen Avenue, Winter Park, FL 32789.