I met Jenny at UNC-Chapel Hill in 1978 and adored her from the first time I saw her. We always kept in touch over the years since college talking about kids, friendships, and life and I am deeply saddened by the news of her death. I will always think of her brilliant smile, profound insight, quick wit, and warm, heartfelt energy. I miss her a lot.
Jenny and I were friends through junior high and high school. A good person who left us far too soon...always treated everyone with respect. Loved to laugh....loved to laugh.
Jenny's laugh lit up the room and made everyone smile. Her caring, empathy and intelligence made her singularly excellent at her job. Those of us touched by her received an uncommon gift.
RIP Jenny. You were in the world and left it a better place.You are missed deeply and will not be forgotten.
Tragic, she helped change my life for the better and inspired many more to follow suit.RIP
So sorry for the family's loss. Jenny was a magnificent human being and lit up the room with her gentle and kind smile. Being one of her patients, she changed my life and taught me self acceptance. I will be forever grateful for everything she taught me...
Dear Allan, Carolyn, Amy and family-
We are so sad to hear of your loss. Jenny was a wonderful childhood friend. She is loved by many. Our prayers are with you. Love, Valerie, Irene, Whitney and Cameron Center
Bye Jenny, you will be missed and remembered.
Sorry for your loss. May the happy memories of Jenny bring you comfort and the peace of God be with you in this difficult time.
Jenny was a great friend to me. We met a few years ago and clicked right away. My eldest daughter and her wonderful son, Sam, both attended UC Santa Cruz. We would drive up together to visit them, and talk and laugh the whole way. She was so smart and funny and kind. I miss her already, but count myself blessed to have been able to spend what little time I did with her. My thoughts go out to all who knew and loved her.
To Jenny's parents, son and sister, I send my deepest condolences. God broke the mold when He made Jenny. She was my therapist here in Santa Barbara, and the best I ever had. She was kind, encouraging, completely open-minded and had a great sense of humor. I will miss her terribly.
We met Jenny when our son and Sam became friends as little kids. She was one of the loveliest, funniest and smartest moms I encountered raising our boys and I was sorry when our kids drifted apart. I was laboring under the happy notion that Jenny was doing well and hoped our paths would cross again. She left too soon and will be deeply missed by many friends here in SB. My heart especially goes out to Sam, who is a wonderful young man. To Sam and all of Jenny's family and many friends, you have my sincere sympathy. With love, Julie Kessler Solomon
So sorry for your loss. May the GOD of all comfort be with you at this time.
Jenny was my counselor in Santa Barbara. I treasured the time that I was able to learn from her. She is one of the most loving caring person I knew. I will miss her deeply. She was able to teach me to forgive, love and enjoy life in the midst of my problems. Love, Stephanie Kashevaroff
Allan, Carolyn- I am so sorry to read of Jenny. I had a wonderful exchange of emails with her back in October. My sincerest sympathies, love, and prayers. May the gorgeous memories prevail.