Jean-Kidwell-Obituary

Jean E. Kidwell

Baltimore, Maryland

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On June 1, 2017 Jean E. (nee Sergi), age 99, beloved wife of the late Leroy Kidwell (Retired BCPD) devoted mother of John A. and Eugene A. Kidwell, and cherished sister of Antoinette Briggs. Jean was predeceased by 7 brothers and 6 sisters. Also survived by 6 grandchildren, seven...

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In loving memory of a wonderful person. We will love you and miss you always.

Sorry I did not find out sooner Dear Jean we had many a conversations at your kitchen table with my mom Flora A. Vitilio Jean was my mom's maid of honor and my sister Mary's Godmother

My Aunt Jean was a huge reason I loved Baltimore, and even more so being from Little Italy. I'd visit her after confirmation class and we'd eat and talk. Those times together mean the world to me. Love always.

Heaven has received an amazing angel you will be missed aunt jean love you April (Briggs) Hines

John , Eugene and Family
Your mother was a gracious woman of character. She was the best of Little Italy- that " greatest
generation" who gave so much to all of us.
May you find peace through your sorrow and comfort in your memories of life with this wonderful woman.
Frannie Della Vecchia

Aunt Jean was a hard working woman who was known by all of Little Italy and loved the neighborhood and St Leo's church. The gatherings at Sergi's
Ice House will be forever cherished. We will miss you

So sorry to hear of the loss of your Dear Mother!
She was an amazing Lady. She and my parents were long time friends (Vince and Tina). I have great memories of eating breakfast at the counter with my Dad on the way to my Grandmother Carmella and many a dinner date with my now husband!
I was a Nurse at Mercy and we crossed paths in good and not so good times. The Sons of Italy dinners and events are also great memories when I still lived in Baltimore.
Her kindness was unlimited...

So many wonderful memories of you Aunt Jean. We will miss you forever.

Love, Elizabeth Ann

Miss Jean and her son, John, during outdoor Stations of the Cross, Little Italy

What a delightful lady - truly. I enjoyed our bench chats. Rest in God's peace, Sweet Miss Jean.