Mohammad Javad Adrian (formerly of Kalamazoo) On April 11, 2021, Mohammad Javad Jazayeri-Nejad of Adrian, MI passed away. Mohammad was born May 27, 1945 in Khorramshahr, Iran, son of Abdul Rahim and Rohbabeh Kiasi Jazayeri. Mohammad had hidden artistic talents with which he prided himself in his portraiture and penmanship. He immigrated to the US when he was 19 years old, and moved to Miami, FL-where he learned how much he detested heat and humidity-and, so he moved to Kalamazoo, MI to enjoy the snowy winters. He attended Western Michigan University to study engineering. It was a great honor for him to have become a naturalized citizen of the US. For his career, he drove buses for Kalamazoo Metro, and won many driving trophies at the annual Bus "Roadeo" for his excellent driving skills. Known to many as "Mo' in his bowling league, Mohammad enjoyed a greater than 220 bowling average. He lived in Kalamazoo for over 30 years, where he raised his two children with his ex-wife Karen Sue McDougall. He loved hunting, the outdoors, old westerns, nature documentaries, and sharing experiences with his family, such as summer visits to Chicago and attending sporting events and auto shows. Mohammed was predeceased by his older brother, Jamshid Jazayeri. He is survived by his ex-wife, Karen McDougall, and two children, Mark (Christine) Jazayeri and Jessica Jazayeri; two siblings, Thomas (Tonya) Jazayeri, and Shohreh Housler; 10 nieces and nephews, and numerous grand-nieces and -nephews. A burial service was held on Tuesday, April 20, at Forest Lawn Cemetery in Dexter, MI, and the family celebrated with a memorial service afterward. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations be made in his name to the National Park Service. Arrangements by Staffan-Mitchell Funeral Home, Chelsea, www.mitchellfuneral.com.