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Jennifer Lind Midboe Perreault

Huntsville, AL

Jennifer Lind Midboe Perreault age 65, lost her battle with cancer on December 22, 2016 in Huntsville, Alabama. She leaves behind her loving husband of over 30 years, Lawrence "Larry" Perreault, two children, Matthew Lind Midboe and Amanda Marie Midboe, and two grandchildren, Emily Josephine Freeland and Sadie Amelia Rose Midboe. Jennifer is also survived by two sisters, Theresa McAbee and Maggie Lind. Born to the late Sadie Elizabeth Barber and the late Robert James Lind she was a true native of Memphis and never lost her love of the city or its charms. The friendships she established in Memphis were lifelong and cherished. Much of her early life centered on St. Johns Episcopal Church where she confirmed her faith and eventually where she married her first husband, Donald Midboe. Jennifer and her family moved several times eventually ending up in Huntsville. After the untimely death of her first husband, Jennifer devoted herself to her family and a successful career in real estate. A tireless leader, she served as President of the Huntsville Board of REALTORS and the Multiple Listing Service and was instrumental in the computerization of the MLS. She served as a Director, member and chair for numerous professional committees and panels and was recognized in 1999 as REALTOR of the Year. She was also presented with the REALTOR Active in Politics award for her successful lobbying for passage of Alabama's Fair Housing legislation. Early in her real estate career she met and married Larry, thereby gaining three step-sons and eventually eight grandchildren. Jennifer loved her extended family. Her positive attitude, compassion, and exceptional knowledge will be sorely missed. There will be a public visitation Thursday, January 26, 2017 beginning at 1:30 pm at St. Johns Episcopal Church at the corner of Central Avenue and S Greer Street. Visitation will be followed by a memorial service. In lieu of flowers, the family encourages donations to .
Published in The Commercial Appeal on Jan. 22, 2017
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