A native of Atemajec de Brizuela, Jorge Martinez has lived since his elementary years in West Marin, where he has worked a gamut of jobs and now serves in numerous social-service roles.    David Briggs

You’re sure you just saw Jorge Martinez when you grabbed your 5:30 a.m. coffee at Toby’s. Then, later that morning, he reappeared as your server in the restaurant where you had lunch. That same day, still out and about, you noticed him bussing tables late into the night at another restaurant. No, your eyes did . . .

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