With deepest sympathy to the Sell family during your time of grief. May God provide you with peace and strength to endure the days ahead (Psalm 62:8).
WE WORKED WITH JEAN MANY YEARS AT WESTINGHOUSE. OUR SYMPATHIES ARE WITH JEAN'S FAMILY.
WITH LOVE AND SYMPATHY,
Whether Jean was in her office or in the factory at Westinghouse, she was always a fun person - and even at UGA ball games. May God bless you and your family, Jimmy
Jimmy, I was saddened to hear of Jean's passing as I remember so vividly the many years working together at Westinghouse. It's been many years ago, but I believe my late husband, Jim Mills, and I enjoyed some Saturday nights dancing with you and Jean and other Westinhouse folks. Fun memories. You have my sympathy at this sad time. Best regards to you, Teresa (Mills) Hembree
Dear Jimmy and Family, I just heard of Jean's passing. So sorry for your loss. I have many memories of her from Westinghouse. My last memory of her was at a "get together" at my friends house after Don and I had moved away from Athens. It was so good to see her then. She was a unique, fun person to be around. Don and Linda Ristuccia
My sympathies to all of Jean's family. She was a lovely lady and I'm glad to have her as family and a friend.
Dear Jimmy and family - this is such sad news. Our deepest sympathy to you and your family. My husband, Bill, and I worked with Jean at Westinghouse many years ago. We'll always remember how much fun she was to be around.
Dear Jimmy and family, I am so sorry to hear of Jean's passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you. Jean was always good to me. Paulette Moore
Jimmy and family, I am so sorry for your loss. I have many fond memories of Jean during the 19 years we worked together at Westinghouse. May God hold you in his mighty hands during this difficult time.
Our thoughts are with the family and friends at this time.
Jimmy, I signed the guestbook on the ABH website, then found the photo array on the funeral home site. Thanks so much to you and Carolyn for sharing these!! I copied the one of Jean in the payroll office and in the red fleece to my computer. I will look at these often. God Bless.
Dear Jimmy and Family,
Reading of Jean's death in today's paper is such a sad event for me. I worked with her at Westinghouse when I was fresh out of high school, and we became good buddies even though there was a 15 year age difference. I have thought of her often over the past 38 years since my employment there with love and joy. I remember all the laughter, the day after Thanksgiving shopping trips to Lenox Mall, the things she told me about life, her stories about your mother, her sister's kids and loads of other things.
Oddly enough, I mentioned her in a conversation with a young man I work with now, sharing a bit of the sage wisdom she offered me as that young, inexperienced girl. As a young woman, I could not understand how someone "so much" older than me could and would be such good friends with me. After years of working with many young people, with the same age differences and more, I understand that the love and friendship she gave me at that young age is not an unusual thing, that is simply that friendship and love knows no age boundaries. To this day, her friendship of 40 plus years is a cherished part of my life, and I will continue to share it with those who enter my life for what I hope is years to come.
My most heartfelt and sincerest sympathies to all of you.
Jimmy and I are so sorry to hear of Jean's passing. God bless Jimmy and her entire family. Diane Cash