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Jeannette Irene Le-Saint

San Diego, California

Sep 23, 1947 – Jan 22, 2017


September 23, 1947
January 22, 2017
San Diego, California


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Pacific Beach Chapel Obituary

Jeannnette Le-Saint led a life of goodness and perfection. Jan was a super hard working nurse for 45 years. Her focus as a nurse was on the wellbeing of her patients. You could not ask for a better nurse than Jeannette Le-Saint. She started life in Poulton Northern England. Jan attended...

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Jan will truly be missed by all those who knew her. She was a beautiful person and so much fun to be around! I will never forget her smile!

Jan was the most wonderful sister-in-law to me, so much fun, very kind, compassionate who only ever saw the best in people, she was a fabulous Auntie to my 4 children who all thought the world of her, she will be sadly missed.We love you very much. RIP.Louise Le-Saint.

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Christopher Dickey

Jeannette was a nurse's nurse. Compassionate, caring, creative problem solver, advocate,witty. It was an honor to know and work with her. Thank you Lord for the gifts she brought to all who crossed her path. Anne Graheck

Jan was an awesome person with a quick wit and a beautiful smile! She could light up a room with that smile and always had a funny story. She will be missed by so many. My thoughts and prayers are with her family and friends.


Love and miss you Jan!!!!

I will miss Jan so much. she was such a wonderful friend, always there for you and gave so much to anyone and everyone.we had so many fun times together. Her radiant smile will be with me forever.

I had the pleasure of working with Jeannette when I was a young nurse, she was a shining example of what a nurse should be, kind, compassionate, smart, caring and wise. I learned so much from her...I remember thinking sometimes she was hard on me but I came to realize she only wanted me to be the best I could be so we could give the best to our patients. I feel sad that we did not keep in touch and in the future I will make an effort to do so with people who were important to me. I was...

Jeannette's wish was to have her ashes taken back to England and scattered on Lake Grasmere in the English Lake District.

Her 2 sisters are taking her ashes to England on their journey back to their home, the place where Jan began the adventure of her life. Her family will gather in the village of Grasmere in about 4 weeks for a service and to carry out her wish to have her ashes scattered on the...