Jean Martin Warholic
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My parents and I were so sad to hear this week of my oldest cousin Jean's passing last summer. I am glad she no longer suffers from Alzheimer's, but she left us too young. Jean was such a fascinating person. I wish the miles had not kept us apart before she left this world. Thanks to those who were there for her.
It is with great sadness I lose my friend Jean. It is also with great joy to have known her, worked side by side at the Home Textile Tool Museum in Orwell, PA and been mentored by her, reaping a vast knowledge of Indigo dyeing, insites in directing an organization. So many rememberances of her either calling or e-mailing to know when there would be another work day at HTTM. The museum had many challenges and Jean with her vast knowledge encouraged us by sharing the how to's and what should be's. Jean's generosity in so many ways will never be forgotten. Ever so truly greatful to have known Jean, my friend.
With fondest memories.
Pamella (Mawhiney) Wood
We are very sorry to learn of the passing of Jean, but very grateful for her service to our nation as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Nigeria and Somalia.
The National Peace Corps Association