Jaenet-Guggenheim-Obituary

Jaenet Newell Guggenheim

Santa Fe, New Mexico

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Jaenet Newell Guggenheim Born December 5, 1963 in Lenox Hill Hospital New York City. Died April 5, 2011 in Santa Fe, NM. Beloved Daughter, Sister and Aunt. She was a beautiful beacon of light that pulled out the best in people. Dear everyone, As you may or may not know by now, our beloved...

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I am very sad to just today hear this unhappy news, and so late. Jaenet was a dear friend since we met in nyc in the mid 90s. There were many times we helped and supported each other and I have many stories and memories of her intelligence and spirit. The last time we met was when I gave a talk at SFI in 2008, but the last email we exchanged was February 2011. I was in nyc and she asked me to find her some particular ballet shoes, she was then in Europe. She was justly very proud of...

When I paint, I still miss you Jaenet....

omg Jaenet, I just now found out. We had so many laughs together. I remember driving with you and listening to jazz and laughing...I am so sorry friend...I love you Denice

Jaenet dear,
We still miss you terribly, and cannot believe it has been a year already since we lost you. We will never forget you, and never stop missing you. Love Always from your Ballet Girls

Jaenet dear,
We still miss you terribly, and cannot believe it has been a year already since we lost you. We will never forget you, and never stop missing you. Love Always from your Ballet Girls

I love you. Happy birthday.

Jaenet was such a loving person. We met her because she heard of a sad event in her neighborhood, and immediately offered to help. The sad event was the massive stroke of John Pepper who lived just down the street from her. She was friends with John, Gillian, his wife, and Delia, his seven-year old daughter, and she immediately offered to help. John's parents, Elva and Bill Pepper (that's us,) needed a place to live in Santa Fe so that we could help Gillian and Delia deal with the...

It's such a small world. My husband, Marty, and I have been close friends with Jaenet's dad, Bill, since 1989. We cheered him on, while he meticulously did his After-Death Communications research for his superb book, "Hello From Heaven!" That book is a love letter to humanity.

We never met Jaenet, but we know of her love, kindness and generosity. When John Pepper, the son of our long-time (since 1972) closest friend's, Bill and Elva Pepper, suffered a life-threatening...

Dear Dear Jaenet,
my heart is so full of love for you and your family. You are now the light you brought to so many. Love , Love , Love to you....