Jean, no matter how much time passes your in my heart and prayers! I know you truly are a guardian angel looking down and when I need it most you are somewhere near. I have other friends now but will never find one who was so kind gentle and always willing to be there for me through thick and thin!
Jeanie you are loved and missed
Jeanette, I thank God for your love, kindness, and devotion over our life time together. Most important the message you left all. "This you know that when you put God is in charge, you will find True Peace! Thank you, Jeanette for I shall never forget and, will always treasure, Love, and honor our past life together. Until we meet again at Heavens Door. Love you always, Patrick
Your always in my thoughts and I carry you in my heart always! I look at your picture on my dresser every day and night! Your birth date is August 14th and I also think of your loving husband and your beautiful daughter and grandchildren. I know how much you loved them and how proud of your daughter you were. You are a ray of sunshine and are in every rainbow I see! I am so happy God placed you in my life and you taught me what love, kindness, faith and Good Friends are all about! Love and Prayers
Jeanette, Today is the one year anniversary of your arrival in Heaven. I miss you, love you, and pray one day my hand will joyfully reach out to yours in Heaven if it is Gods will. Love your Husband,Patrick
I miss my lifelong friend always and forever! You understood me more than anyone and your kindness and patience and listening were a part of your love and caring! I have many things in my house that remind me of you, towels you have sent me, baskets even old cards. Whenever I'm at my kitchen sink I remember how you would scrub my sink on South Clement Circle. Your hands and heart were always busy taking care of something or someone! I will never forget you and know when my time comes I hope you will meet me at the gate and make my passing easier! Your friend forever!
The Lord Jesus Christ is keeping you and Jason busy. I will see both of you very soon. Mrs Allen I have only great memories of you from my child hood and how I miss my friend JP.
Friday, November 9, 2012
As time passes, dear friend I miss you so very much. As Thanksgiving approaches I do thank God for putting you in my life for as long as He has. I miss our talks which included both the good and the bad and your constant support to me in which you always looked for the positive and reassured me what a good friend I was even though we were separated by distance! Life goes on however I miss your giving qualities, your support and most of all your kindness and patience. Love always, your friend and sister Joan.
I miss my dear friend and sister. I miss our long talks over the phone and your kind words and advice. No one can ever replace you but I have been blessed to have had you in my life. I have reminders of you all over my house. Just yesterday I went in my drawer I had a singing Christmas card from you. Also I wiped pots and pans in my kitchen with towels you had sent me. You were always a shining star in my life and someday I know we will also celebrate in heaven. Your Friend Forever, Joan
Jeanette, Wednesday August 14th, we celebrated your 63rd Birthday,and our grandson Luke's 7th. We went to Glen Eden where we added beautiful flowers for you and our son Jason. Then our grandchildren wrote you loving notes which we attached to balloons and released with many others by those who love you in hope they will reach you in Heaven.Last weekend I took the boys to the Martin Reunion in Morton Ill, where you were missed by so many. I will forever love you and look forward to joining you soon. Happy Birthday!
Patrick Your Husband
Jeanie, Today is the 4th anniversary of your entrance to Heaven. I miss your presence and your beautiful smile. You only had to look my way with those beautiful eyes and some how I knew that you loved me without the need of speaking a word. The long years that we shared together made us soul-mates unto eternity. I miss you and will always love you. Your Husband, Patrick
Jean, I miss your cheery phone calls, a friend I can tell all my inner secrets and the one person who told me she would always be there for me even though distance had separated us. I have been blessed to have the sister I never had and the best friend I never found in Delaware. When we picked up the phone it was like we had never been separated and we shared many things together, both the good and the bad. When I see a rainbow I think of you and lately I've been picking up many pennies on the sidewalk. I carry you in my heart wherever I go and I know you watch over me. Love Always, Joan
Jeanette Lynn, Today is the third monthly anniversary of your entrance into Heaven. There isn't a moment that I miss your loving arms around me and your beautiful smile. I estimated that our true love lasted 16,513 days since we met as High School sweethearts. You shall be forever the love of my life and soulmate. We shall always remember your words."This you know when God is in charge You will find true peace." I love you forever and look forward to join you in Heaven soon , Patrick your loving Husband
your wife was a candle who lit up the room ... her face was translucent and you could read it straight to her heart ... her voice spoke the truth ... her ears listened with compassion and kept confidences. You, Pat, knew her best. You knew her fears, her dreams; her struggles, her comforts; her sorrows, her joys; her challenges her triumphs; and she knew yours. You shared together and were there for each other. God made Jeannie, as He made you, a unique treasure. You took very good care of her. It is now the gift of those special memories that are timeless. Reflections on your wife make me smile, touch my heart, or enrich my soul. Jeannie was a blessing in my life.
Know that you are in our hearts and prayers,
Steve & Annie (wieland) Jenkins
Dear Pat, Ann Marie, Cody and Luke,
How I miss your precious Jeanie! Often as I read Scripture, I am reminded of her because it was easy to see Christ at work in and through her.
I think of her kind, sweet smile and her unconditional love and respect of anyone she met, and I see Christ. I think of how she reached out with encouragement to those who were hurting or struggling, and I see Christ. I think of her servant heart and her quiet acts of kindness, many of which we witnessed and many more about which we learned after she was gone, and I see Christ.
As Jeanie faced the struggles, fears, disappointment, and grief of this fallen world, one never heard her gossip nor speak with bitterness nor anger, but only with sadness and concern. And again, I saw Christ.
Jeanie was the Proverbs 31 woman. Her inner beauty radiated outward with peace and strength grounded on her deep faith in her Lord.
Jeanie reached out to us during a difficult time with encouragement and love for which we will always be grateful. But perhaps the greatest example we witnessed of loving others before herself came the day after Thanksgiving and just days after receiving her own life-changing diagnosis when she called Brandon from her hospital bed to express how much he meant to her. As he inquired about her, Jeanie kept turning the conversation back to him! Brandon once commented that he did not know what he did that made Jeanie love him so much, but again, in a VERY BIG way, we saw CHRIST!!
Her love will continue to encourage and minister to us! She pointed the way to Christ while here, and her memory continues to point us to Him. In my last conversation with her as we put together sandwiches, concerns about this life were shared and I commented how much I look forward more and more to Heaven. Jeanie's eyes met mine and with relief and hope in her voice, she said, "I can't wait!" We did not know then that she would not have to wait long.
We saw Christ in your dear wife, mother, grandmother, sister, and friend! We grieve along with you and miss her very much. We cherish the memories and feel blessed by the time we shared with her, and look forward to meeting her again in the Presence of Jesus! Until then, we are thankful for Christ, to whom Jeanie pointed --the one who gives us HOPE!
We love you,
Phil and Dawn
Dear Pat, Ann Marie, Cody and Luke,
I remember the fun times we had when I was young, staying at Ben & Lois' and enjoying the whole family. Since Jeanie was closest to my age, she would take me under her wing, already developing her caretaker attitude. I remember her playing the accordion and walking with her and her siblings to the store. Later, we very much enjoyed your immediate family, both in Detroit and at our home. It was amazing to go to a family reunion and watch you and members of the family surprise everyone by driving Lois down in her later years, very touching and so wonderful for us as well as Lois. Pat, although Jeanie might have been the catalyst, you were always there to support her efforts. Thanks for being such a great husband to her. We miss her, but cherish many memories. Our love, Denny and Deb Wells
Dear Pat,Ann Marie,Cody,and Luke,
Jeanie was an angel. She knew just how to help a friend in need.
Jeanie became an instant best friend to me. She knew what words to say to help me when I was struggling with my own thoughts and feelings.
Jeanie loved all of you and her family so much. She always spoke with such love in her voice when she spoke of any of you.
In today's world wonderful role models are very hard to find. Jeanie was truly a wonderful a role model. She put everyone before herself and found complete happiness in helping others. As I stood in the church and listened to those around me everyone was telling a "Jeanie" story. They were all beautiful, and a glorious tribute to her. You have all been blessed to have her demonstate everyday what being a Child of God should look like. I thank God for putting her in my life. I know you will miss her, but you, like me, have been blessed with her being "ours" for a while and nothing or anyone can take that away from us. She will live forever in our hearts.
May God continue to bless you.
A Thankful Friend,
Dear Pat and Family,
Jeanie was a sunbeam. What a blessing she was to everyone who knew her! You are all in my prayers.
In Christian Love,
Their could only be one Jean Allen in the whole wide world. I loved her like the sister I never had. Not only did she take care of me, she took care of my mother-in-law, my mom and brothers and even strangers in the room. I witnessed her putting warm compresses on people she didn't even know or take care of a perfect stranger because she believed in the dignity of life and fellowship. Pat, Annie, Cody, and Luke I can't even imagine your deep loss of somebody so special! May God carry you always in His arms and show you the way until you all meet again in Heaven!! I was so Blessed to have her as a neighbor in Livonia and out of that love we became sisters. Even when I moved to DE she kept my spirits up and told me she would always be there for me and my entire family in Michigan. It would take at least a book to tell you how dedicated loving,kind, special, she was and still is in my life. I pray to her now instead of for her, and ask for strength and their will always be a void that no one could ever fill her shoes..Pat, Ann and boys John and I will always keep you in our lives and will continue to pray that Christ will carry you in the Palm of His Hand!! Love and Prayers Always, Joan and John Ricevuto, Vince, Kenny, and Christopher too!!!
May 7, 2013
Our fond memories of Jeanie include visits to Detroit as children. We especially cherish being in Holland, MI when our families took a joint vacation. Always thinking of others first, she made us feel welcome with her smiles, hugs and thoughtfulness. Often we heard, "Is there anything else I can do for you?" One thing stood out--her devotion to her Mom and Dad! She was a peacemaker and caretaker. We admired her positive outlook. We were so touched when your family surprised us by coming to the Martin reunion. The last time I spoke to Jeanie was by phone in Oct. I told her how much Linda appreciated what she did for her. Her response was "I would do the same for you, if I were there. YES, I would!" I knew she meant it, and tears filled my eyes. We love you, Pat, Ann, Cody and Luke. We will miss her too.
Ron and Kayleen Heiniger
Dear Pat, Ann and boys,
Our love and prayers continue to be with your family.
Jeanie was the definition of gracious. She was a special part of our church family and is truly missed!
Jeanie will always hold a special place in my heart. She was always the first to greet me with a warm hug upon my visits back home, and I will forever remember her love and encouragement. She was a spectacular woman who showed the love of Christ to all she encountered. My prayers are with you and your family!
Dear Pat and Family,
You have been in my daily/hourly prayers since November and even before, since Jeanie was my first secret sister and I knew her special prayer requests for herself and your family.
Jeanie's affect on my life will be far reaching and will speak to me in small ways, especially when someone needs help...I will try to follow her example.
She was always there to help me even when she wasn't on the committee; VBS snacks, Church lunches/dinners, Choir Benefit, the list goes on and on.
Her smile and soft spoken manner was infectious and I was always inspired by her positive attitude! If I was not having the greatest day, she'd smile and give me a hug and it would make my stress/concerns disappear.
She was also an example of having JOY in her life...Jesus, Others, THEN Yourself!
I wish you all, God's comfort and peace knowing that she's been called home because God's garden needed another special rose named Jeanie!
Love & prayers, Melinda Lanski
Pat and family,
I admire your wife/mother/grandmother for her quiet strength that witnessed to the strength of Christ living within her. She would always greet me by name with a warm smile, followed by a genuine “how are you?” that implied she really wanted to know. As very young children, I remember Jeanie watching my sister and me on occasional afternoons at your Livonia home, feeding us snacks and asking us about our day. Her willingness to serve was evident even in the last time I saw her. It was a Wednesday night family fellowship dinner, and she treated us to a delicious supper of barbecue pork sandwiches. As she was scurrying about the kitchen to clean up, I thanked her for the excellent meal, to which she smiled and said, “You're welcome, Scott.” Those were the last words I heard her say; I believe she was admitted to the hospital the following day.
Pat - Having said all of that, my favorite memory of Jeanie is the joy and purpose that each of you exhibited over the last few years, in particular. As a couple, you have been and continue to be an inspiration to so many of us. I'm thankful that God orchestrated that time for you, including your last months with Jeanie following her diagnosis. May that be a source of peace and strength for you as we all look forward to being reunited for eternity in God's perfect timing.
In Christ's love,
Jeanie was so warm and showed such love and empathy to everyone. We miss her and sympathize with all of you. Remembering her always brings a smile. Our love, Merle and Elaine Wieland
When I think of Jeanie, I think of my scrapbook page she gave me when she was my secret sister years ago. I think of her insistence that I had been Jason's nurse years earlier because of a poem I had written with my name signed on a book he had received from the hospital. I didn't believe her until she showed me and one look at my signature showed she was right. After that I felt a special bond with her. When Jason was at our house with some of the young people he wanted to keep refilling our water glasses and was extremely helpful. After he died, both you and Jeanie were an inspiration to Andy and I because of your ability to seek out those who were hurting. Jeanie gave me a hug every Sunday.
I am so sorry.
Jeanie always greeted me with a smile, and I felt like I had her full, sincere, joyful attention whenever we would talk. My heart goes out to you and your family.
In Christian Love,
Dear Pat, Ann Marie, Cody, and Luke,
We remember Jeanie for her loving kindness and thoughtfulness. She was a willing and dedicated volunteer worker.
A few years back she gave us some of her chickens and hens plants. We think of Jeanie every time we see them. They are flourishing quite well.
Our love and prayers continue to be with you through these dificult times.
John and Martha Gleichman
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
Dear Pat, Ann Marie, Cody and Luke,
We are so thankful for the few years that we were able to get to know Jeanie at this church. From the time we first arrived, she was always so warm, friendly and loving towards us, and later, to our boys. Our oldest especially took notice how she was always helping out at lunch in the kitchen. We continue to ache for your loss and pray that God will continue to sustain, encourage and give you strength.
Pat, Ann, Cody and Luke,
My love and prayers continue to be with you in losing your very special Jeanie. She was and continues to be an inspiration to all and the many, many kindnesses she shared in her way too short lifetime should encourage me and all other lives she touched for our lifetimes. I'm proud to have had her in my life, she was an amazing woman.
Dear Pat and family,
Our thoughts and prayers continue on your behalf. May you feel God's comfort and nearness each day anew.
We did not have alot of time to get to know Jeanie well but truly enjoyed the opportunities we shared together. She was very loving and kind, and made us feel welcome to the church family here.
I was sad to miss her funeral, but felt very needed in IL with our other daughter. It is a special memory that I got to visit with her briefly up in her bedroom - she sounded so like Jeanie, and could share that same love and warmth even in her trials of health.
We will keep you in our prayers, and look forward to your presence among us once again. Cloyce misses you so much, and has appreciated your support and assistance in fitting in here also.
With His love,
Cloyce and Carol Gress
Dear Pat, Ann Marie, Cody, and Luke,
She was always incredibly loving and kind-she would give me smarties before church when I was little and the warmest welcome home when I was older. Thanks for sharing your sweet Jeanie with the rest of us.
II Thessalonians 1:2
Dearest Pat, Ann Marie, Cody and Luke and the entire family,
We miss her beautiful smile, her warm hugs, her kind heart, and her loving spirit. We loved the way she always treated us like family!!
"Who can find a virtuous woman ? for her price is far above rubies,...but a woman that feareth the Lord, she shall be praised." Proverbs 31:10 & 30.
With His blessings and Love,
Warren and Kay Rauhe
Dear Pat, Ann, Cody and Luke, our hearts continue to be heavy with your loss of dear Jeannie. We will not forget her and her love! I will not forget the words she said, encouraging me to look at others with kindness because we never know what kind of day they had. She was so gracious with our kids and had such a servant heart. She was a privilege to get to know...just as each of you are! Your family has been such a blessing to our family! We will continue to pray for each of you and look forward to more times together!
To Pat and Family
I cannot imagine how hard it is at this time. Being out of town when she passed I was so glad I was able to see her the week prior. We had so many memories of our families being together when we were kids. Although Jeannie was more my sister Bonnie's age and friend, we shared a particularly special time when we went to Florida just her and I together on a plane to meet up with my parents. We had just fun just the two of us and had a special bond from that trip that lasted a lifetime. There are no words to console the grief you have at this time. My prayer is that our loving God will help you through and make you stronger to share your faith with others. May God bless all of you. In Christian Love
To Pat, Ann Marie, Cody and Luke,
Our hearts ache for all of you, but you have such wonderful memories of your loving, kind, sweet Jeanie, She will live in your hearts and all of ours. It seems such a long time since we've seen her smiling face, our thoughts and prayers are with all of you. May God comfort and watch over you.
Pat and Ann Marie and boys,
I looked at all the lovely thoughts expressed to you about your dearest wife and mother and grandmother. How it must warm your heart to see how deeply she was loved by all who knew her. I will add my thoughts and love to you all--I didn't see my note to you that I sent earlier, so will add this one in case I didn't enter the last one properly. We will always always miss Jeanne, but are so thankful to have all of you around to remind us of her. What a lovely and loving Christian family you are. Stay as nice as you are and know you are in my prayers daily to help lift you us as you grieve for this precious loved one.
Pat, Ann, Cody and Luke-
We have loved getting to know your family the past several years. We will always remember Jeannie and her love, kindness and encouraging words. She was so patient...always taking time to make our kids feel special. Making them feel loved...they remember how she helped them at sandwich making. Helping them so they could "help"! She also knew just the right thing to say to encourage Lucas and I. At times when we needed it the most, she would quietly notice and offer her support. We are so thankful for her example. She was an amazing lady who will be greatly missed.
We will contine to pray for you as a family and lift you up to Our Father. May He comfort you during this time.
We love you!
Pat, Ann, Cody, and Luke,
God is love and we were created in his likeness. The first thought that comes to my mind of Jeanie is loving. It brings tears to my eyes to think of the way she took my mother under her wing when we moved to the Detroit church. She sat with her often and treated her like family. My mother is now joining our fellowship because of the love extended to her. I'm thankful for knowing Jeanie and experiencing her tender loving heart. We'll continue to pray for your family.
Pat, Ann, Cody and Luke,
You have our prayers and deepest sympathy. We always appreciated Jeannie's friendly personality and eagerness to help others. She had a warmth that put others at ease. We will miss her and will continue to be prayerful for your family.
Pat, Ann, Cody and Luke,
Our prayers and deepest sympathy are with you. Jeannie was an inspiration to us and we always appreciated her warm, friendly personality and eagerness to help others. She had a warmth that put others at ease. We will miss her and will continue to be prayerful for your family.
Jesse & Bonnie Bedolla
To Pat, Ann, Luke and Cody and sisters and brothers. Words are so hard to express the heartfelt sympathy felt for all of you. She was a blessing to call a friend and sister in the Lord. The good times we had when we went out will always stay with me, as I know the precious memories you all had will be special to you. May God continue to be with you and be your comforter.
We want to express our sympathy for your loss and to let you know that our thoughts and prayers are with you. May your memories give you peace and comfort during this difficult time.
Dear Pat, Ann, Sally and the entire family. I am so sad to hear of Jean's passing. She was a wonderful example of a lady.
I'm sorry for the loss of your loved one. That's a reason why we all can look forward to the paradise earth where sickness and death will be no more.
May God be with you Pat and Ann, Cody and Luke - My prayers will be dligent for you. May the Lord bless you with strength all day every day. With love.
Our dear Pat, Ann, Cody and Luke,
Seeing you in church today Pat reminded us that we had never expressed our heart's deepest sympathy on this website for each of you throughout the past most difficult 133 days from diagnosis to Jeanie's graduation to heaven. As Sue often liked to say, Jeanie was the closest thing to an Angel one could ever find here on earth! Now she is with her angel peers; and they are now enjoying her as much as we all did. Our hearts ache for your loss and we have been praying fervently and faithfully for God to sustain you. Although we can't possibly understand the depth of your loss, we certainly can and do care with all our hearts. We love you so very much. Heaven is so much more dear. I believe that it was totally of God that He had us reread those precious verses in Revelation 21 for this morning's service. Your selection of "Safe in the Arms of Jesus" for our closing hymn was so appropriate and so very appreciated.
Pat, I am so sorry of hearing the passing of Jeanie. Jeanie always had a great smile and her kindness will not be forgotten. This is a loss to the RU Class of 68. My condolences to you and your family.
After all these years I still remember how kind Jeannie was. My condolences to you and your family.
Dear Pat and Family
I am truly saddened by your loss. Whenever someone mentions Jeanie or you, many fond memories come flooding back of our years growing up together in RU schools. We had a lot of fun together. I have no doubt she left the world a better place.
The Peace of the LORD be with you and your family during this trying time my friend!
Jeanie's passing is truly a sad loss. She was such a warm, compassionate,sweet,kind,sincere, gentle person. I am sure that Jeanie made everyone whose life was touched by her brighter. This was the kind of heart she had. I am so thankful that Jeanie was part of my life. I will always treasure her memory in my heart.
Dear Pat, Ann, Cody and Luke, We were so blessed the day you moved in next to us. Jeanie and I bonded quickly and so enjoyed our passion for gardening with each other. Jeanie was so easy and comfortable to be with and always knew how to lift you in times of worry and struggles. She will be missed by us so much and we wish peace and love in your home. Love and Prayer---Jenny and Gary Burton
Someone was kind enough to call me. I didn't connect on the name. I finally looked it up. I volunteered at Woodhaven for awhile. I met Jeannie and immediately loved her. She used to give me extra treats to take home. I tutored
Cody for a while at the Westland library and Jeannie always brought him on time and smiling. Cody and I were buddies. My sorrow to the family and my prayers, always. Ms. Schlaff (Donna)
Dear Pat, Ann and boys. So sad that I can't be there physically but my prayers and thoughts are with you all. I loved Jeannie so much--always a smile and a hug for me and never passing me by without asking how I'm doing. I'll miss seeing her but will cherish my memories of her. God bless and keep you all, Manuela
Pat, Ann, Cody and Luke
Your wife, mom, grandmother, was my very best friend. It is hard to imagine life without her. She was kind, compassionate and fun-loving. Jeanie was always willing to lend a hand wherever needed. She was a great confidante and positive supporter! She truly was an angel on earth... And like you, I will miss her greatly. Ann, I see so many qualities of her in you. You are a great mother, and will be a wonderful nurse. Pat, you are one of the select few that shared true love. My deepest sympathies to you and Ann for your very great loss! May God continue to give you comfort through this very difficult time. Love, Bonnie
I was saddened to hear of Jeannie's passing. Her true personality captured many hearts. Life's journey is always in Gods hands and I am sure she treasured her life with you, family and friends. May God guide you and your family.
Pat and family,
Please accept our deepest condolences for your loss. I will always remember Jeannie as one of the kindest and sweetest people I have ever known.
George & Jeannette Herning
Pat and family.
Please accept our deepest condolences for your loss. I will always remember Jeannie and her precious smile and kind and gentle spirit. Pat I have always considered you one of my best friends and want you to know that I have thought of you and Jean often over the years always bringing a smile.
Please feel free to contact me if there is anything that I can do to help you at this time in your life. May God bless you and bring comfort to you and your family.
JEANETTE YOU ARE AND FOREVER WILL BE THE LOVE OF MY LIFE, BEST FRIEND AND SOUL MATE. I LOOK FORWARD TO THE DAY WHEN WE WILL BE TOGETHER AGAIN IN HEAVEN.
Dear Pat, and Ann Marie, Cody and Luke,
Your Jeanie is precious, as you were to her. Asking Jesus to hold you in the palm of His hand. Our love and prayers, Mark and Bev
Dear Pat, and Ann Marie, Cody and Luke,
Your dear Jeanie loved deeply and was deeply loved. It is a comfort and joy to pray for you, knowing Jesus will hold you in the palm of His hand. John 14:18
Mark and Bev
Pat , Ann Marie and grandchildren...Im so sorry for the loss ....she was a amazing lady... Great memories in high school of time with her / like on the senior trip...still have those pictures with her beautiful smile...former class mate Paula Beacome Peck
My fond memories of jeannie from high school are of her smiling and saying everything would be fine don't worry..
We are so sorry for you loss. Jeanie was one of the kindest people we have ever known. Our deepest sympathy to her entire family.
We are sorry to hear of your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with the entire family.
Pam & Wayne Bennett
With our love and prayers to you dear Pat, Ann Marie, Cody and Luke: Jeanie was an inspiration and example of a caring, compassionate, loving, giving and amazing woman of faith. She was the model wife, mother, grandmother, daughter, sister and friend and we were very blessed to be a part of her circle. We love you very much, Dana and Beth
So sorry to hear. I will always remember her kind heart and the memories we shared. Rich and Carol Gillis
Dear Pat, Ann Marie, Cody, and Luke,
We are so sorry for your loss. Jeanie was a very special friend and will be greatly missed. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Jeanie cheered everyone with her bright smile and loving attitude. We love you and pray that God will grant you comfort. Love, Ernie and Mary
Jeanie will be remembered for her loving kindness and warm smile. She was a giver. We will miss her gracious spirit. Her legacy will live on through her wonderful family. Love, Sheryl
Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you. Jeanie was a warm and caring person. We love you.
Pat, Ann, Cody & Luke,
We are so sorry for your loss. We rejoice in knowing she was a Christian soldier and is with our Lord and Savior! May the Lord's love pour out on all of you at this painful time.
Love, John, Laura, Rachel and John
To Jean's family, we are so sorry for your loss. May God hold her close on her new journey. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Dan & Mary Beth Blaszczyk
My deepest sympathy to the entire family. She was so very special to so many. When I spoke of her, I said she was like sugar on two feet. I cherish every memory and will continue to pray for each of you. She would want that. May God provide comfort at this most difficult time.
My thoughts and prayers are with the family. I can honestly say that she was one of the most genuine and caring people I have ever met and I am glad that I had the chance to know her. Jean made the world a better place.
To all the Belsley family: We are saddened to hear of the loss of Jeanie. Hopefully you can take comfort she is finally at peace. You are in our thoughts and prayers. Carol and Tom Yost (daughter of Rich and Aldine Martin)
We mourn your loss Pat and Ann. It has been a hard road for you, and her, and we rejoice she has found relief from her pain. We will remember seeing her as we did last in Muncie. May you know we share your grief and wish you gods healing touch. Brian and Marcia Brewster
Patrick, Ann, Cody & Luke,
We are so sorry for your loss. Our prayers are with you during this difficult time.
Joshua & Jaclyn Stevens