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Jennie Mendelson

Chicago, Illinois

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Mendelson, Jennie (nee Rosenberg ) died on June 28 at the age of 94. She was the beloved and devoted wife and best friend of the late Saul Mendelson, loving mother of Jack (Carole ), Neal and Paul, adoring grandmother of Emma Mendelson, cherished aunt, and loyal and compassionate friend to all...

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Jennie, you were one of a kind! You had a true gift for friendship and a lively wit and a great talent for finding exactly the right word. I enjoyed working with you and I will never forget your faithful early morning walks with Saul around the U of Chicago campus.

Jennie was a remarkable person, and it was a privilege to have known her. My condolences to the family.

My cherished Aunt, I will miss you always. You were so very special to me in every way and to my little family. You took so much interest in all my adventures and shared stories with me about Grandma, Grandpa, Daddy and your family when you were a child.

You are irreplaceable, I have so much sadness, you will be in my heart forever and I am a better person just to have had you as my Aunt.

Love forever,
Your niece Joyce

Jennie, it is hard to believe you are gone. You were so loving to us Carrigs as kids and as adults, always interested and supportive and full of life. We will miss you!

I have known Jennie for forty wonderful years. She often expressed her love for me, which gave me great joy.I looked to her as a loving mother and friend. I will sorely miss her.

Jennie was my guide, ideal and beloved friend for almost half a century. What will we do without her?

Condolences and peace to the family of Jennie, one of the sweetest women it's been my pleasure to know.

I offer my condolences to you and your family. Please draw comfort from God's word the bible. Romans 15 : 4

The Short family

A cherished and unforgettable friend for over four decades. A rare combination of perfect listener and gifted story teller, warm heart and trenchant wit.
Bob Clarke