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November 10, 2012
I happened to have stumbled upon this announcement and I am at a loss for words. I worked for the ACS at one time and met Mrs. Whittingham during the ribbon cutting. She was so kind and walked across the room to tell me I looked like her niece. I looked forward to seeing her at our events. I will never forget her kindness. I extend my prayers and condolences to the Whittingham family. She was truly a great woman.
November 08, 2012
I have a photo of Aunt Jean, seated next to my mother and father shortly after my birth. She was radiant, beautiful, warm, calm and supportive. Aunt Jean was elegant, dignified, independent and strong.

Oh, how I remember her checking on me while I was working at the United Nations Gift Shop. I was a college student at the time and Aunt Jean, who helped me land a position in sales, would frequently stop by to see how I was doing. She was concerned because I had to stand all day long. She wanted to know if I'd eaten lunch, and taken all of my breaks. Every time I saw her entering the shop, she was smiling. I knew she was watching over me just the way my own mother would've watched over me.

Aunt Jean, Uncle Tony, my Mom and Dad were best friends. The only consolation I have in the wake of this tremendous loss, is the image of Aunt Jean with Uncle Tony again. They loved each other so.

Now, when I look at her sons and grandsons, I take comfort in how much they are a reflection of her and Uncle Tony. She, along with my Mom, Grandmother and Aunts, taught me the meaning of grace, dignity, courage, elegance, endurance and love. Aunt Jean will stay close to my heart for as long as I remain in this life. I will always remember her as an extraordinarily beautiful woman.
November 04, 2012
Aunt Jean was my favourite Aunt. When I was little she bought me pretty dresses and beads. Often I was the ‘chaperone' as Aunt Jen and Uncle Tony took little Fay out for ice cream at Webster's! Then she migrated to the USA. She still sent me pretty things. And helped me significantly with my health issues. For a few summers she sent Andrew and Michael to Jamaica for the summer holidays. Those were glorious times for me as I lived alone with my grandparents. She certainly was one in a million! A real angel. We know for sure that she is in heaven with her departed family there to greet her! Love and Blessings to my cousins Andrew & Michael & their families! Fay Rodgers-Jenkinson, her niece.
October 26, 2012
God Bless her, she was an amazing woman, who did so much for so many. May she rest in peace. My deepest most sincerest sympathies to her family. Thank you Mrs. Whittingham, from the bottom of my heart.
October 25, 2012
A wonderful heart and beautiful spirit you will be missed. My condolences to the family.

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