Jeannette Garibaldi
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Jeannette Nadine Garibaldi
Born: August 17, 1931 - Deceased: January 4, 2021
Jeannette entered into the arms of her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. She was a very devoted Christian woman involved in ministries of SOS Ministries and Pro-life movement, She volunteered numerous hours at her local church as a Sunday School teacher, cleaned churches and continually prayed for anyone she met. She also volunteered at Kainos San Carlos Special Needs. She was a loyal member of Church of the Highlands, Moose Lodge and Italian Social Club.

Born in Mills Hospital, San Mateo, Jefferson High School Daly City graduate and attended college at Lone Mountain. She was a loving and devoted wife and mother of six children; Grandmother of six children and Great Grandmother of four children.

Survived by her children: Valerie Russell, Bob Mitchell (Laura) Nadine Lewis (Robert), Mike Mitchell, Gary Garibaldi.

Survived by her grandchildren: Wayne, John & Joe Russell, Daniel Mitchell, Robby Lewis and Ben Mitchell.

Survived by her great grandchildren Alessia Russell, Camryn & Eliana Lewis and Hayley Mitchell

Pre-deceased by her husband Louie Garibaldi (Retired San Francisco Firefighter), Daughter Gina Garibaldi; parents Ed & Eleanor Garibaldi , her sister Nadia Garibaldi and loved puppy Pumpkin Bella.

We are so appreciative of San Carlos ELMS (especially the 3rd Floor Grove) for their devoted care and dedication of our loving mother. And with grateful hearts the entire Pathways Hospice staff. In lieu of flowers please send payments to:

395 Oyster Point Boulevard Suite 128
South San Francisco, CA 94080

We love you Mama. You always shared your grace with everyone you met (John 14:6) We will see you in Heaven.

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Published in San Francisco Chronicle from Jan. 12 to Jan. 13, 2021.
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January 13, 2021
I love you grandma. Your love and support for me throughout my entire life has made me the person I am today. I am forever grateful for all that you have done across all generations of this family. You were the one connection that kept us all together and so close. I will never forget you. Words cannot express what you meant to me. You were one of the strongest woman I knew. You will always be in my heart and I am so happy to know that Alessia had the opportunity to meet you. Love Joey
Joseph Russell
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