Jennifer Ann Duncan (1956 - 2018)

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Jennifer Ann Lawrence (Jennifer Duncan-Stout) passed away at her home in Anchorage, Alaska, on June 30, 2018, at the age of 62. Jennifer was born in Denver, Colo., on March 9, 1956, and lived in many other states growing up: Idaho, Arizona, Tennessee, California and Oregon. At the age of 15, she spent her summer with an Italian family in Savona, Italy. She married her first husband, Kirk Duncan, in 1974, and they moved to Alaska in 1975. Kirk and Jennifer went on to have two boys together. Jennifer has lived in Palmer, Whittier, Eagle River and Anchorage, Alaska.
Jennifer did many things in addition to raising her boys and being a diligent homemaker. In her youth she worked harvests in Oregon, waitressed in Tennessee and worked in an art framing shop. In Alaska, she worked on a fishing boat, worked as a waitress at the Anchorage Elks Lodge, she worked as a bank teller for Bank of Alaska, she heaved bags as a ticket agent at the Peninsula Air ticket counter, worked as a framer at Graphic Arts and later she worked at the Alaska Greenhouse, formerly on Muldoon Road.
Many of Jennifer's hobbies and interests were outdoors: she enjoyed watching wildlife, taking care of animals, tending gardens, finding wildflowers, picking wild berries, fishing and boating, and exploring. She also really enjoyed watching classic Hollywood movies, she had a natural talent for art and music, and she was an outstanding home-style cook and baker.
Jennifer and Ron have been together through thick and thin since 1984, residing in Muldoon for many years before moving to Jennifer's dream home up on the Anchorage hillside. Together they remodeled a boat and explored and fished many places in Prince William Sound. They also played around in many of Alaska's beautiful lakes and rivers. Recently they had switched to exploring and camping in their motor home. They endured the many challenges of raising two boys, and through their 35 years together, they have always been there for each other.
Jennifer is survived by her significant other, Ron Stout; parents, Bill and Shirley Lawrence; children, Billy Duncan and Tyler Duncan and his wife Michelle Duncan; grandchildren, Veronica Duncan and Dylan Duncan; sisters, Elizabeth Lawrence, Allyn Lawrence and Barbra Brunner; niece, Jamie Lawrence; also some cousins, other extended family and her friends.
Her family and friends miss her very much and will hold a private service for her.
Published in Anchorage Daily News from Sept. 2 to Sept. 3, 2018
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