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July 19, 2018

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November 22, 2017
Our Deepest Sympathy to Jeannine's entire family, especially Jeannine's sister, Heidi, and Heidi's husband, Ed, and their two sons, Ben and Nate. May Jeannine Rest In Peace.
November 21, 2017
As a former coworker, I was saddened to hear of Jeannine's passing. Her smile and kindness will live on in memory.
November 17, 2017
My dearest sister
You were my playmate growing up. We shared bedrooms, toys, clothes, and even an old washtub for our swimming pool when we were really little.
We dressed up every Sunday and went to church with granny and mom and dad. We hung out with cousins, aunts, and uncles all of the time because everyone lived so close. I remember going to downtown Detroit and shopping at Hudson's in our dresses, white gloves, and black shiney shoes.

On holidays Dad played the organ at home while we learned how to sing hymns in different parts. You had a beautiful soprano voice that I am sure the angels are listening to now.

You were the family Betty Crocker, Martha Stewert, and Julia Childs all wrapped up in one very talented package.

You were my partner in crime at Camp Killarney. You were my confident in my teens. You were caring and giving as we grew older.

We were both diagnosed at the same time with different types of cancer. Yours was more aggressive than mine and took you from our family way too quickly.

I had hoped to spend more time with you. I had hoped to hold your hand and give you comfort. I had hoped to let you know how much I loved you and how blessed I was to have you in my life. But it just did not work out that way. Things went way to quickly.

Just know I love you and always will. You are home now with Grannie and our brother Michael. This gives me comfort and helps ease the pain of not being able to pick up the phone and say hello.

Love you sista!!!
November 17, 2017
I have known Jeannine for so many years during our time together at Ricoh. As a co-worker, Jeannine was always that person who helped you, listened and took care of whatever you needed, basically taking care of us in a maternal way. As a friend, she was priceless and we shared many stories, frustrations, and just our lives in general. She touched so many lives in such a positive way. I will miss her so much!