Jean T. Roeder

Bradenton, Florida

Jan 22, 1947 – Oct 4, 2017 (Age 70)


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Gulf Gate Chapel - Sarasota Obituary

Mrs. Jean Roeder (née Woodward) died peacefully in Sarasota on 10/4/17 in Sarasota, FL at the age of 70.Jean is survived by her husband, G. Phillip Roeder along with sisters Mary Woodward, Kathryn (Martin) Heavey, Suzanne (Joseph) Szustakowski, Ann (John) Canty all of Buffalo, NY and brother Tom...

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Phil, I'm so sorry to hear about the loss of Jean. I was her massage therapist for many many years. I loved her dearly and we shared many a tale. We laughed through every hour she spent on my table and even though I've been retired for years, we've stayed in touch. I will miss her dearly.

We were so very surprised and saddened to hear of Jean's passing.
We met Jean & Phil when they hired us to remodel their home but they became more than clients.
Jean was so engaging and we loved our many conversations with her regarding all sorts of things, and our many laughs.
Phil, we pray that you surround yourself with support and love. You are in our thoughts and prayers.
Mary & Ted Milburn

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Jean will be so missed. She and Phil were two of our favorite customers at Millie's. She was always so upbeat on life and all the problems it handed us. Now God will be enjoying her.

On behalf of the Turnwald family, I send our love and prayers to Phil and the rest of the family. Jean was a special friend to all of us. Helpful, thoughtful, and kind. May she rest in peace. Phil, we are here for you in any way we can be of assistance! May your faith help you thru this difficult time.

Dear Phil and family, I was so saddened to hear about Mrs. Jean Roeder passing. I hope and pray that you will have strength during this time of loss. Jean was one of my favorite SMSD people. She was my 3 grade teacher in 1977. She made my class so fun and interesting. She taught me many things about our life and the World. I hate and did not do math homework at home everyday. So she called my mom to make sure that I did my math homework everyday. My parents loved her. She invited me and my...

I'm so sorry. Jean taught our daughter Jayme Williams at Saint Mary's School for the Deaf. She was a wonderful teacher and counselor to our daughter who is now a teacher herself at UB. Your family is in our prayers. Jim and Carol Williams

My deepest condolences to Phil Roeder and family. She was my 3rd grade teacher at St Mary's school for the deaf in Buffalo Ny. Jean was a very kind and warm person with big heart. I remembered spending some nights at her house. I remembered many laughters over hiding Phils favorite peanut butter cookies in the freezer. She will be sorely miss by many students and friends.