Jennie Jim (1918 - 2013)

  • "R.I.P Grandma Love you"
    - Ivanette Johnson
  • "I miss you so much Grandma miss you lots R.I.P July 12,2013"
    - Ivanette Johnson
  • "Condolences to all my cousins the Jim's miss and love you..."
    - Mary Ebona
  • "Thanks everyone we all will miss our mom and the rest of..."
    - Karen Jim
  • "Grandma, I miss and love you so much. All i have is many..."
    - Emily Carrillo

Jennie Jim, of the Teikweidi (Brown Bear) house in Angoon, passed July 3, 2013. Born to Little Jack & Annie (George) Jack, May 2, 1918. She worked at Hawk Inlet Cannery, Hood Bay, Youth Core Group, Angoon School District in the Beading Program, City Office Snack Shop. She was a lifetime member of ANS. Hobbies included: Gold Medal fan, Angoon High School cheerleader, beading, berry picking and putting up Native food. She was preceded in death by her parents Little Jack & Annie Jack. Her husband Charlie Jim Sr., daughters: Margie Jim, Margie Jerred (Davis), Laurie Jim, Lillian Jim, Sons: Andrew Jim, Charlie Jim Jr., Robert Davis, and Tommy Davis. She is survived by, William Jim, Mary Demmert, Betty Torres, Joe Jim Sr., Frank Jim, Floyd Jim, Dora Barr, Darlene Jack, Ida Jack, Barbara Demmert, Frances Johnson, Karen Jim, Brother Frank Jack Sr. and Sister Irene Cadiente. She had numerous grandchildren, nephews, nieces, cousins, and friends. Children of Angoon called her grandmother. Services in Juneau will be at the Glacier Valley Church of God July 10, 2013 at 6:00pm. Memorial service in Angoon will be July 11, 2013 at 6:00pm at the ANB Hall. Her funeral will be at 11:00am Fri. July 12th at Assembly of God in Angoon.
Published in The Juneau Empire on July 10, 2013
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