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December 14, 2019

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November 27, 2019
I lost contact with Jinny after she moved from Mancos but when I heard she passed away, my memory was flooded with joyful images and reminiscences. I was trying to remember the last time I saw her, and I cannot, but my husband remembers seeing her a few years ago at Mesa Verde carrying a sign that said Give Them Water, referring to the wild horses in the park. My memories of Jinny go back to the 90's and 2000's. When she lived in Pagosa I would occasionally shower at her house when I had ongoing water issues. Once I commented on a beautiful metal bird sculpture that her husband Candie had made, and then a few months later she gave me one that she had asked him to make for me. It still sits in my yard. I can't remember how we met, but we volunteered together for years helping with the Native American dances at Chaco and Chimney Rock, primarily cooking hundreds of breakfasts in the camp kitchen. The Zuni kids especially loved her. Just about everything I saw her do, mattered. She was funny and smart and true to her beliefs, but the most evident thing about Jinny was that she loved her family and was so proud of her daughters and grandchildren. Rest in peace Jinny. The essence of your spirit will be missed.
November 24, 2019
Dear Mike and Ann, and Charlie,

I didn't know Jinny, but I wanted all of you to know that I saw her lovely obituary in the Denver Post this morning, got an email from Lorna to all of our Denver Fortnightly Club ladies, and all the while thought all of you. You make up an extraordinary family, and it sounds as if she were exceptional, as well. My sympathy to all of you on this sad occasion.

Warm regards,

Jill Cowperthwaite
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