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Jennifer Kwiterovich


1969 - 2016 Notice Condolences
Jennifer Kwiterovich Notice


Jennifer Lyn Kwiterovich (nee Kappler) died on February 15, 2016 in Baltimore, MD. Jenny was born August 24,1969 in Beaufort, SC. She was the daughter of Linda McDeshen and Martin Kappler. Jenny attended Kenwood High. After graduation Jenny was employed by Bank of America where she achieved Vice-President in the Private-Client Group. After moving to New Hampshire she became Shelter Manager at the Upper Valley Humane Society and attended the Community College of VT. She then moved to Va. Beach where she lived and worked for many years. The positions she held included Shelter Manager at the VA Beach SPCA, SNIP Program Coordinator for PETA and Director of Care-A-Lot Pet Resort. Between 2004 and 2011 Jenny was a foster parent in VA and MD. Her foster children include Lauren, David, Steven and Dakota, plus many emergency foster children. Her foster daughter, Addie (whom Jenny had hoped to adopt) was raised by Jenny from birth to 2 years of age. Jenny then returned to MD and attended Harford Community College Jenny is survived by her mother Linda of Harford County, father Martin, step mother Barb, sister Christina Jackson and nephew Cody Jackson, all of Baltimore, MD. The manner in which she approached life was a model of goodness and highly evolved spirituality. Jenny had a passion for all of life. She possessed a sweetness and kindness and she was loved by all. She loved gardening, flowers and all animals, particularly her four-legged children, Maggie, Kelly, Patsy, Diamond and a host of foster dogs and cats. Her celebration of life will be held at Mountain Christian Church (Walker Chapel), Joppa, MD on Saturday, February 27, at 11am. If you choose not to send flowers, memorial donations can be made to the Chesapeake Humane Society at chesapeakehumane.org.
Published in Baltimore Sun on Feb. 25, 2016
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