St. Petersburg, Florida


LEHMAN, Jean Q. 84, passed away Feb. 24, 2015 at Morton Plant Hospital. Preceded in death by her brother, William Quell, she is survived by her husband, John; son, Glenn Flanagan; stepdaughters, Kimberly Cook; Lisa Shikles; stepston, John K. Lehman; 12 grandchildren and a sister, Susan Hearn. She...

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"Gram" was one of the sweetest, most humorous, loveliest, & most original people I've ever met! You couldn't be around her & not have a huge smile on your face! My time with her was all too short. But, it didn't take long for her to feel like a real grandmother to me, though she wasn't. I am so thankful I was blessed enough to meet this sweet lady and call her my friend. I wish I could have just one more day to spend with her, take her to lunch, play a board game, & just...

I only wish I knew you longer,Sweet Jean. Peace

Grammy, I'm so blessed to have had a grandmother like you. A woman willing to give up so much for others and then give a little more. An incredible woman with a real culinary flare. Love you Grammy and can't wait to see you again.

Grammy, you were such a firecracker -- so full of love and joy and of course a good laugh and a welcoming hug. I'll never forget when you let a "bad word" slip during a friendly game of monopoly because you thought we were cheating you or when you headed the ball during a soccer match or how you always called us on our birthdays to sing. I'll miss never getting to talk with you and share big life moments together.
But you left a legacy of hospitality and deep care and love for...

Dear John and family,
We are so very sorry for your loss. We will truly miss Jean. We so wanted to be there for her Celebration of Life but
that is not to be.It is impossible to
share the many memories of good times we shared with Jean in this small space.Please know we will be with you in spirit. Much Love. Audrey and Tony

Hi "Bean" Sister Susie here. Wish we had a minute to say goodbye, but there are so many happy, fun times, with pictures, to remember. I will miss your thoughtful calls, and cherish the fun and downright delightful silly times we shared. Loving and missing you for your thoughtful communication throughout the years. We are true family...with all the genes, and hysterical times we had as we moved from you as the care taker, to us as chums, enjoying lots of laughs.
Be sure to...

Jean you will always be in our thoughts and prayers. Thank you for all the wonderful memories. You will be missed. Love to you and all the family. Jeff & Rebecca

You were my only girl cousin for 82 years.i will miss you and remember you always. Love,June

We both stopped using "in-law" years ago. We were sisters in so many ways and you will be missed. Hope you and your brother have found each other again.