Jean, our high school days at Aldine are precious memories. Being in touch with you again, after the years we followed our own paths, has been heart warming. Our emails took up where we left off all those years ago bring us up to date on the family and events in between. Real friends are able to do that and you were always a real friend to all who had the pleasure of knowing you. I will miss those emails but will keep the sweet memory of your friendship ever in my heart.
Frances Jane (Stokely) Tinney
You were a wonderful friend and neighbor for so many years. We will all miss you.
Jane and Family
A heart of gold stopped beating yesterday. My dear sweet sister Jeanne, how much you are loved. I will never forget the first time my brother brought you home to Kentucky and it snowed. You were so excited. You filled our home with your warmth and grace and I knew then I had another sister. I will miss our talks so much. Your struggle is over now and Ronnie is waiting for you with open arms. You will be with me always.
Jeannie, we will miss you very much. I known you and Ron are holding each other close. You both will always be in our hearts. Love John and Sharon.
Jeanne will be missed by so many. She showed a love and kindness to all regardless of her own struggles. She was gifted in the gift of listening and making those she talked with feel so important. She always put others before herself. We were blessed by her presence. There is rejoicing as she is reunited with Ron and our God. Irma Rynders- friend and dental hygienist