Jean E. Oddi
1925 - 2017
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Oddi Jean E. Oddi, September 7, 1925-February 20, 2017. I was born. I lived. I died. I hate to admit it, but evidently I died. I guess, after all these years, God finally figured out where to put me. I should have known the end was near after I had to be in room # 20 in the emergency room. I hate even numbers. I'm leaving behind a hell of a lot of stuff Casey and Melissa will have to get rid of. So, if you're looking for random crap, you should wait the appropriate amount of time and get in touch with them. But this is not the time to talk about what I may or may not have bought from the JC Penney Outlet or TJ Maxx, this is about me. I was born on September 7, 1925 in blah, blah, blah, the daughter of a wonderful and beautiful woman and an SOB man. I lived most of my life in Columbus, Ohio but had a few stints in West Virginia, New York, Nevada, and California. My husband, Guy Oddi, died before me and I will be missed by my favorite daughter, Casey; my adorable and favorite granddaughter, Melissa Eden should be Jean and her conservative husband, Michael and by those two amazing grand babies, Griffin and Nicholas, I am very proud of. I will miss my special friendship with Mary, we had so much fun over the years. I will miss my friends at Cherrington Place and hosting party central on Friday nights. I'll miss everyone at Trillium, especially those I played cards with. Thank you, everyone, for all you did for me. To Shirley, hell, what can I say? We saw it all, did it all and had a ball! Thank you for putting up with all my shit. You are my oldest friend and I loved every minute we had together. I will always remember when my mom and I tormented Casey's suitors, crazy, fun times at Buckeye Lake, on Strawberry and Geers, gardening, modeling, being crafty and shopping, any time I spent dancing with the baby, listening to good music, playing blackjack and the crazy game, playing any card game with Guy, Shirley and Joe. I loved the smell of lavender, drinking hot coffee, teaching my granddaughter dirty songs, telling jokes and stories from the bad old days, cooking and eating, hosting huge holiday meals, baking pizzelles, cookies and cakes, including one that takes 4 days! I had hilarious and memorable adventures to Florida, Washington DC, Vegas, Alaska, Hawaii, Mexico, Australia, Europe, the Panama Canal and sorry Casey, Canada. Oh, dammit, I really wanted to go to Asia. I'm proud to have been the president of my own corporation, #1 AH, and to have received my doctorate in Bitchology, please see my card. I enjoyed showing dogs and remember Missy, Princess, Ms. Tweetie and my sweet Caroline. I sure hope there is CNN wherever I'm going so I can check on my stocks. I'll be cheering on Ohio State with Rod and I pass to Melissa my "witchy witchy cat's ass" powers. Use them wisely. I was a crazy teenager, a loving wife, a hard worker, a loyal friend and a hands on grandmother. My late husband called me Black Cat and Gabby. As a descendant of British royalty, it's no surprise I've also been called The Queen and Queenie, but my favorite title is Majean. Please remember thisnever let the facts get in the way of a good story, the middle finger is sign language; when someone gives, take; when someone takes, scream, and take care of yourselfdon't get old. Oh, and don't tell anyone what kind of day to have. A short service by Rev. Copeland will be held at The Trillium, 3500 Trillium Crossing Way on Saturday, February 25, 2017 at 11:00 am. The after party open house will be at Melissa and Michael's home from 3-5 pm Saturday. If you are sick, don't bother to come. I might be dead, but I still don't want your germs. Over the years, I supported many different charities so, in lieu of flowers, because they don't smell anymore anyway, donate to Olentangy Patriots Little League, Ohio Health Hospice or Living Faith Apostolic Church. My family and I would like to thank the caring staff, nurses and doctors at Riverside Hospital, Mid Ohio Cardiology, Dublin Family Care, especially Jim Barr, and Ohio Health Hospice. I would like to thank my darling daughter Casey, who I adore, who cared for me, shuttled me around to my doctor's appointments, managed my pills, cleaned up after me and apologized in my wake for far too many years. I wasn't always nice, but I did, and always will, love you. Watch out for the bluebirds. Kiss. Kiss. Kiss. Don't cry because I'm gone, instead have a drink and be happy you knew me. Maybe you can cry a little bit, because, after all, I died. Now, and forever, I am happy and playing cards, with Jamesonbut not until 9 p.m. Cheers! Please visit www.schoedinger.com to share a memory with Jean E. Oddi's family. Arrangements entrusted to SCHOEDINGER MIDTOWN CHAPEL, 229 East State St., Columbus, OH 43215.



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Published in The Columbus Dispatch from Feb. 21 to Feb. 23, 2017.
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232 entries
February 15, 2019
I'm remembering Jean and her family today and sending love to those who miss her. What a spitfire!
Sara Leblanc
April 18, 2017
What a beautiful lady. And such a wonderful zest for life.
I have a feeling your whole family are probably just like her.
What an incredible way to honour such a remarkable person.
Her life and her stories are a pleasure to learn about.
You are blessed to have one another.
I wish a had met her.
Live on Queenie.
Tracey
April 17, 2017
Loved the obit! To those who knew her well and loved her ~ you all have my deepest sympathy. Sounds like she had a life 'well lived'. RIP Jean Oddi . . .
Janet Clifton
March 31, 2017
I had never met you and your family and super sad I didn't! Your my kind of girl:) prayers to your family!
Angela Kinsel
March 12, 2017
Hi there. I never met you, but feel like we are kendra souls. My dad James M Grubb who was born in 1925 as well, worked for your husband Guy Oddie. I have his army papers stating he worked for G O Coin. I know from his brother that Guy gave him a break and a job. Wish I coulda known you - have a beer in heaven with my dad. Love your spirit
Karin Grubb Cash
March 2, 2017
Ms Jean you are the kind of person I would love hanging around. You have seemed to make life fun as it should be. TJ MAXX is my discount shopping spot. The middle finger is a cool way of giving sign language. I am still laughing you are hilarious....
I am so sure you are missed by many. I never got a chance to know you, but I feel a kindred spirit through the words you have written......
Enjoy your next journey. Mr Guy is waiting for his Black Cat.....

Matthew 11:28, "Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest."
Bea Flowers
March 2, 2017
Andy prayers. Goes out to this sweet old woman I doubt know her but she su e made ne smile and think of NY mom. And you know what we all going to die one day why don't we live for god and live life to the fullest and may god bless everyone and i know her obituary. Was meant to laugh but it brought tears to my eyes and I feel like hugging Ms oddi and telling her thank you for reminding me and of my mom she died may 14 2015 of cancer my mom was 50
Samantha Mathis
March 1, 2017
Jean, I didn't know you, but in reading your obituary, I feel we would have gotten along right fine. You seem like a wonderful & fun lady to know! You've broughten smiles to many faces with your humorous & thoughtful obituary & tale of your life. Thank-you very much and condolences to your family &,close friends. I'm sorry we didn't meet in real life, but your touched as well.
Chris Glober
March 1, 2017
You don't know me...and I don't know you...not even Jean actually.
But I can honestly say I missed out. Parts of her obituary showed up on my facebook tonight...and what was posted was so entertaining..I wanted to read all of it. So I came looking for it...and with a quick google search found it right away...which is how and why I landed here. At first I thought...who in their right mind would write on someone's Memorial page without even knowing them. Then I realized....Jean would! I think she'd appreciate it. Her 'tell it like it is" and "I'm not going to apologize for being me" honesty ...blemishes and all...spoke to me. She's my kind of girl. We would have been fast friends....would have adopted her as my pseudo Grandma. Aren't you amazed she's still making friends without being here? Not many can claim such talents. But I believe on some level...that does not surprise you one bit. It was so enjoyable to understand that she lived her life (warts and all...the good, the bad and the ugly) and made no excuses for any of it. She obviously loved her family...and the life that she pickled herself in..soaking it all up.
I know you will miss her...heck I miss her and I didn't even know of her existence before a half hour ago! Hope I wasn't too out of line writing this "missed memory" of her. God bless you (her family and friends) and God bless your soul Jean. Thanks for sharing snippets of your life. You brought a smile to my face...and reminded me
to live fully engaged and taking no prisoners along the way.

Tiz
March 1, 2017
I did not know this lady but I have a feeling if I did we would have been great friends! What a great sense of humor, so sorry for her family, what a sad loss of someone so lively and amazing!!!
Debs
March 1, 2017
Tina H
February 28, 2017
What an inspiration in life and in death. The biggest take-away is to make sure my kids know that I love them dearly. They know it, but I'm going to make sure of it with my daily actions.

Thank you Jean! I would have loved you and you would have loved me. I love life myself :).

Here's to Jean, Love, Laughter and Life!
Gabby
February 28, 2017
Love you...
Beth Minor
February 28, 2017
What a lovely and fun and funny Lady! I didn't know Jean, but came across her Obituary on a FB post. Thanks for sharing your wonderful wit with family, friends and strangers. I miss you and didn't even know you! Blessings to you and your family.
Angel Robinson
February 28, 2017
What a wonderful sense of humor and fun! Sounds like a great lady and it's awesome that she said it like she felt it! Enough sadness, I know her family will always remember her with a smile or a laugh, the way it should be. RIP Ms. Oddi.
Jo Leene
February 28, 2017
with love
barry jones
February 28, 2017
I'm sorry, sounds like canned audience laughter however heartfelt it might be. Everyone says it. I'm sure the entire family and everyone Ms Oddi has ever touched will feel the loss deeply. I do and I've never met the woman! I also feel a kind of loss not knowing her daughter and granddaughter as well. I believe if its meant to be, it will, so I'm sure if not in this life then the next (of course the next is MANY MANY years from now!)
My thoughts and prayers are with you. God Bless
Dolayne Schraden
February 28, 2017
Unusual, for sure, but you get so much better a picture of who this person was through her own words. She was a character! May her words be a gift to her loved ones.
Sherry Soobotin
February 27, 2017
No, I didn't know Jean, but I wish I had ! She sounded like one heck of a gutsy, amazing woman !!! Sympathy to her family. You had to have had a great life with a lady like her ! Hope she's playing cards & having a grand time !!


This inspires me to sit down and write my own obit. Thanks, Jean; you are a blessing, even in death !





Maria Alexander
Maria Alexander
February 27, 2017
What a hoot! Sorry for your loss but she sounds like a hell of a good time.
S Calvert
February 27, 2017
I never met her, but I wish I had. I am just so moved by her story. Rest well Jean...I'll have a Jameson tonight in your honor peace and love to you and your family. Shawn
Shawn Murphy
February 27, 2017
Wish I could have met this beauty. R.I.P.
Ra'Netta Williams
February 27, 2017
My condolences on the loss your loved one. I wish I had known her- she would have been a great neighbor.
Kathy Fullerton
February 27, 2017
My condolences for the family and friends of Jean Oddi. She sounds like she would have been a wonderful and fun person to know. I'm sure her loss will be felt for many years to come, but do as she said and rest easy knowing that she is still happy and enjoying whatever lies beyond this life. Keep her spirit and sass alive.
Stephanie
February 27, 2017
What a wonderful lady! Going to a bar tonight with friends to have a drink in her honor here in the Windy City! I'm buying the first round of Jamison's. Sucks I didn't have a chance to meet her in life, but hope to in the afterlife!
Cheers!

Marilyn
Chicago, IL
February 27, 2017
So sorry for your loss. The world could use a lot more people like Jean!
Tina H.
February 27, 2017
It sounds like your loved one really lived a life. You have got to admit that she's straightforward and to-the-point. I'm praying that you continue to cherish her beautiful memory.
Gina Moore
February 26, 2017
My kind of Lady. Wish I'd met her!
Brenda Holland
February 26, 2017
Sorry for your loss. I also envy you for having such an amazing person in your life. She sounds like she was a true joy! I feel like I missed out not knowing her. Perhaps in the next life...
Lisa Abernathy
February 26, 2017
I know your loss is great for such a wonderful lady. May God bless you all and the memories never be lost over the years of a lady who's sense of humor surely will not be forgotten. I did not have the privilege of knowing Miss Jean, but sure wish I had. Prayers for you all.
Camille
February 26, 2017
I met jean when guy hired me over 45 years ago. Then I met jean and was very close to her. She was a great woman and will be truly missed by me and many others
Paulette Hively
February 26, 2017
So sorry for your loss. Ms. Oddi sounds like a real firecracker. It's people like her that make living life so much fun.

Jenny

Wisconsin
February 26, 2017
You lived and loved life , I wish I had your spirit. Parsons Avenue was never the same after the G.O. Coin left. Up , Up and away , RIP Brenda Redman
brenda redman
February 25, 2017
I didn't know you but I wish had. You sound like someone that I would have loved to hang out with.

To the family, I will keep you in my prayers.
Rose Hess
February 25, 2017
Calista
February 25, 2017
I didn't know you on earth, but when I'm dead,( figure it will be awhile yet). I think we could be friends. Until then, we'll just have to look forward to our meeting up. Blessings to your family and friends. Sorry I can't feel their loss. I'll have a drink to a happy and fun future! Jamie
Jamie C
February 25, 2017
I love it! No dilly dally frilly tribute. She must have been one heck of a lady! Kris Hovey
February 25, 2017
What great memories to have left with loved ones and friends.
shirley macphee
February 25, 2017
mac phee
February 25, 2017
I didn't know Jean but Wow what a wonderful lady she must have been to touch all these lives after she's gone. I can't imagine how she must have been when she was alive. Prayers to her family and R.I.P. Jean
chelsea kline
February 25, 2017
Wow. I love this. She said it all. May we all be just like her and enjoy life to the fullest. Sure wish I would have known this spunky lady....She could have brought many laughs. Her family and friends are truly blessed to have had her in their life.
Denise Deal
February 25, 2017
I happened to see your mother's obituary, and even though I don't know her or your family, I would have LOVED her!! She would have been the life of any party! So very sorry for your loss. This is the best obituary ever!
Vida Johnson
February 25, 2017
I didn't know Mrs. Oddi, but she sounds like a wonderful character. So sorry for your loss.
Debbie Donoghue
February 25, 2017
Melissa and Casey:
Majean was such a great person who lived life the fullest! All 3 of you had a such an unbreakable bond that you could tell could finish each other's sentences when you were together. I'm honored to had the pleasure to meet Majean and share some laughs! What a great tribute to her! Thinking of her and have a drink!
Joy, Martin, Xavi and Sebastian
Joy Gallo
February 24, 2017
I'm absolutely sorry for your family's loss but what a hell of a broad you had when she was here. I know each one of you were better for having her in your life. I appreciate you sharing a little bit of who she was. We could all benefit from being a little like her I think. Cheers to Majean!
Manda G
February 24, 2017
Wow, what a woman! My thoughts are with you all and wish you all the best!
Sara Leblanc
February 24, 2017
My sincere condolences to the family on the loss of such a funtastic lady. To go through life with a sense of humor and sharing it with others is a great legacy to leave for the world.
Nancy R
February 24, 2017
I am so sorry for your loss. Jean had to be the BEST!!! I wish I would have had a chance to meet her!!! She reminds me of an older couple that my wife and I know... full of LIFE!! Rest in Peace and may your Spirit go on forever... :)
Ron Walsworth
February 24, 2017
What an awesome lady to have been a child of, friend, or relative of. How I would have loved to have known her, hung out with her, been friends with her. I am so sorry for your all's loss. She sounds like she lived life to the fullest.

Susann
Brownsboro, tx
February 24, 2017
You know I didn't know Jean but sure would have liked to!
Keely
February 24, 2017
You know I didn't know Jean but sure would have liked to! Keely Orlando, FL
February 24, 2017
Jean sounds like she was a fun lady. My condolences on your loss.
Sarah Miranda
February 24, 2017
I would like to send my condolences to the family and friends of this amazing woman.
I did not personally know Jean RIP,from reading and sharing it with my family and friends it reminds me to take chances and soak up life like a sponge.
Thank you for sharing. Take care and god bless!
Shirley Hedrick
February 24, 2017
Casey and family, I am so sorry for the loss of your mom. She sounds like a wonderful lady that I would have loved to have met! She reminds me of my mom and aunt when they would get together. Lot's of card playing and even more laughter! My sincere condolences to you, family and friends.
Sharon McNamara
February 24, 2017
Thank you for sharing this great woman. I would have loved to have known her!!! Bless you all.
February 24, 2017
Ms. Oddi, I did not have the honor, pleasure, joy of knowing you and I'm really sorry about that! You remind me of my own mother and I wish we'd written her obit a little less reverently and a little more humorously and honestly! I'd say rest in peace but I'm guessing you're having too much fun to rest! Bless you, dear lady!
LouAnn Presas
February 24, 2017
Jean, I can honestly say this is the first obituary that I have ever read that made me cry. Not because of what you wrote but because what a sad day it is for the world without such an amazing woman such as yourself. Maybe we will meet one day in the next life. Rest in peace sweet angel. - AL B.
Al B.
February 24, 2017
My condolences to your family. I never knew Mrs. Oddi, but she sounds like an absolutely amazing woman. She must have been, the best people are born on Sept 7. Sounds as tho she was well loved in life, and I'm certain she will be missed. Prayers for comfort and peace to all who knew and loved her.
Patty Tuck
February 24, 2017
WOW! Jean sounds like a wonderful lady after my own heart! I don't know any of you, but feel blessed to have such a strong, independent woman who shared her life with those she loved! Always keep her memories near! And so sorry for your loss.

~Barb from Cleveland
February 24, 2017
To Jean's lovely family and friends: First my sincere condolences for the loss of your mother. Sounds like she loved you without end! I also must thank you for publishing this story of her life! I'm betting SHE wrote it! Brought smiles to my face today and I will keep it (maybe use it to help me write my own one day!) and share it. So far, 99 people have shared it I see! God bless you all and may memories of your mom's sweet, ornery spirit give you peace and laughter til you meet again!
Kathy
February 24, 2017
wish i had known this lady what a friend she would be
Marty Dukes Smith
February 24, 2017
Hi Casey. You don't know me. But I feel like I've known your mom by just reading her obit. Wow... what an awesome woman she must have been! I would have loved to have known her. I know it would have been so fulfilling to just sit and listen to her talk, tell stories, crack jokes and curse people out! I'm sorry for your loss but I'm happy that your family had her in their lives. Keep her memories alive by talking about her and remembering the funny things she said or did. Rest in peace Mrs. O.
Tanya Cade
Tanya Cade
February 24, 2017
My Prayers and Condolences to the Family & Friends of Mrs. Oddi. May you be comforted with your memories of her.
Reading her obit, I wished that I could have met her, she lived a wonderful life.
DeBorah
February 24, 2017
My condolences! thank you for sharing wonderful memories of your mom!
Monique Bryant
February 24, 2017
I wish I would have known this incredible lady. It sounds like she had it all A loving family and a incredible sense of humor.My thoughts and prayers are with the family at this time. .From the sounds of this obituary you are really going to miss this fabulous lady.
Linda Swanberg
February 24, 2017
Awesome. May you rest in peace. Condolences to Casey, Melissa and the rest of the family and Friends. Let your memories help your heart.
Crystal Carroll
February 24, 2017
All I can say is WOW. What a great woman she was and always will be. My grandmother I'm sure if she took the time (she was too busy reading gossip magazines and complaining) would have wrote a very similar story of herself. Brought back some great memories for sure, for all of us! Our prayers and thoughts are with the family.
Donna Thompson
February 24, 2017
Dear Casey, I did not know your mom, nor do I know you. However Jean's obituary has been liked, loved and shared all over Face Book. It has a cult following from girls and women of like mind. Know that we aspire to live as boldly and transparently as your mom. We intentionally seek laughter and friendships that embrace our vulnerability and nurture our souls. We will be brave enough to laugh the loudest, we will not apologize for our spunk, we will love with fierceness, we will breathe deeply in gratitude for our gift of life, we will play cards, listen to good music, and dance with babies. Your mom was a rare breed, and you do not mourn alone. In fact it would not surprise me in the least if you see many faces from women you do not recognize for the showing. I myself was thinking about crashing it, I thought she'd be tickled by that.
With love and fondness,
A girl like Jean
February 24, 2017
Didn't know her but this was shared on Facebook. Best obituary ever! She must have been a character! Have a great party in her honor.
Paula Dobias
February 24, 2017
A beautiful thank you note obituary, a true blessing you are Jean ,I'd love to have met you .. Rest In Paradise..
Corie Rupert
February 24, 2017
You sound like a wonderful, funny, caring woman Jean. In fact you sound just like my mom. I'm sorry I didn't get to meet you in this life. I'm 58 and my 82 year old mother passed away seven years ago. She was my best friend. I cry everyday and I pray it's a bit easier for your daughter. Jean, if you meet my mother, Claire Reynolds, please tell her I love her
Elaine Hugo
February 24, 2017
I did not know Jean, but reading this makes me wish I did! My condolences on the loss of such a colorful character! Jazz
Jennifer Jasmin
February 24, 2017
This Obituary was shared by our local country station. Do hope you liked country. My thoughts go to family who are dealing with their loss. Jean you wrote this with what every story should have been written. Hope you win at cards , say hello to all those on the other side.
candi cuppage
February 24, 2017
Sending hugs, good thoughts, and a toast in your loved ones honor. I wish I had known her. She sounds like a rare soul that truly could touch your life and add sass like no other.
N Goins
February 24, 2017
thank you sweet soul....may you be dancing and playing cards forevermore.
Marlene
February 24, 2017
So sorry for your loss, I didn't know Majean but she seemed like a wonderful woman and will be missed by so many.
Stacy Kratochvil
February 24, 2017
Wow! I have taken the liberty of adding this wonderful obit to my blog, http://ninalentinislifewithoutend.blogspot.com/, where she is among great company. But, seriously, so sorry for her family. It's a struggle to lose a mom.
Nina Lentini
February 24, 2017
Wow! What an amazing woman. Wish I could have met her. You are the lucky ones to have shared her life. Lol she went viral! So sorry for your loss. Praying for you all.
Patricia Hutchinson-Crowder
February 24, 2017
To Jeans family. Sorry for your loss. I have to say that was the best obit I ever read. Your mother was a hoot!
February 23, 2017
I may not know this woman, but man-I wish I would have!!! May you rest peacefully and enjoy those late night card games!!
Malarie R
February 23, 2017
Cheers to a great lady. We will raise a glass of Jameson in her honor. God luv ya!
Steve Slattery
February 23, 2017
Sorry for your loss.
Sean Clark
February 23, 2017
Oh my goodness, you sound like so much fun; I only wish I had known you all the way over here in Australia! A lifetime of memories left behind for your family, that's for sure!
Lyn
February 23, 2017
Cheers, Jean! You loved a great life and reminded people (some who never met you, like me) to soak in the joy of the people you love and never be too damn serious... even in death. To Jean's family, may your happy memories carry you and comfort you as you move through your loss.
Nancy Kovack
February 23, 2017
I didn't know you Jean, but I love you. Your outlook on life was wonderful and funny. May you rest be peaceful and your cards be a full house! Many prayers to you and your family.
Lucia Compher-Mezroub
February 23, 2017
May you be at peace with the Lord and your loved ones in heaven. Enjoyed your obituary immensely.
Kathy Holder
February 23, 2017
R.I.H Beautiful Lady~
lynda Hornick
February 23, 2017
Cheers to you-- wonderfully fun woman that I never met... try and enjoy Heaven as much as you did down here!!
February 23, 2017
My kind of lady. Wish I had known her.
February 23, 2017
I would like to send my condolences to the family and friends of this amazing woman. I did not personally know Jean, but from reading (more than once) and sharing it with my family, her writing, I feel a loss also. It reminds me to take chances and soak up life like a sponge. Thank you for sharing. Take care and god bless.
Bobbi Usko
February 23, 2017
Wow, I love her own obituary. I would have loved to have known this funny lady. I'll be sure to look for her in heaven when my time comes. Love and prayers for her loved ones, but as she said only cry a little! She is at peace!
Kim Ellsworth
February 23, 2017
This lady knew who she was and knew where she was going.
She loved and was loved.(What more is there?)
...sounds like she was a candle in a room of darkness during her stay with us all.
Trevis Kingston
February 23, 2017
I am sorry for your loss as she sounds like an incredible teacher on how to live life. May she live on in your spirit.
Beth Booterbaugh
February 23, 2017
I am genuinely touched by this. My deepest condolences go to this family. It sounds like you had an amazing woman in your life. Thank you for sharing this. I do not know this family but reading this made me laugh and cry at the same time. My heart is with you and yours. Bless you all. And GO BUCKS
Lisa Gragg
February 23, 2017
She sounds like a woman I would have loved as a friend...
Jackie Innamorati
February 23, 2017
"All it takes is one blossom of hope to make a spiritual garden." - Terri Guillemets

Majean's legacy lives on thru Casey, Melissa, Michael, Griffin and Nicholas. It also lives on in the hearts and minds of those who were fortunate enough to be touched by her presence.
One of my favorite memories of Majean is watching her running around the kitchen preparing a wonderful holiday dinner while simultaneously entertaining her family and guests with a ready-for-prime-time stand-up comedy routine.
She really was "One of a Kind" and life on earth will be much less exciting without her presence.
Majean, I will think of you often when I'm tending to my own spiritual garden.
Cheryl Cyrus
February 23, 2017
This obituary was a hoot to read. Good job!
Elyse Enger
February 24, 2017
Im sure the world is listening and by now half of them are sending yall their condolences.. Well deserved and grateful for sharing "getting the last word".. Prayers of love and comfort...
Gerri Cheatham
February 23, 2017
I never knew your name before today. Never had the luck of meeting you. But you were my kind of broad. RIP, from one feisty broad to another. My condolences to the family.
February 23, 2017
She sounds like a amazing lady. Bless her and her family. Lots of great memories there
sue
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