Jennifer Ellen Futrell

Louisville, KY, Kentucky


Louisville, KY, Kentucky


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FUTRELL, JENNIFER ELLEN, 29, died Saturday, October 4, 2008. She is survived by her mother, Barbara Hedspeth; father, James Futrell; sister, Elizabeth Futrell; stepmother, Katherine Futrell; grandparents, Joyce Pearce, of Poplar Bluff, MO and Faye Futrell and great-grandmother Opal Evitts, both...

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I wanted to share this video of Jen talking about solidarity and mutual aid and love and stuff.

Jenny to me was an amazing wonder..... I looked it to her as a very smart girl .... she talked in psychology levels that amazed my mind huge big giant levels ...... I looked up to her so much ..... me and Craig from underground sounds talk about her rememember her miss her Cory stylus too from time and space I remember Sahra mattingly now in Boston ..... and woody key board isn't all genious hit huge levels in the universe true use your brain thinkers I really really looked up to Jenny as...

i miss you.

Jenny was an untamed spirit that made each of us question ourselves. I am so glad that she and I got to spend sometime together as adults when I first moved to Louisville. Her spirit will remain in her absence and her organs will sustain life for another. What an amazing gift.

Sounds like she was a great girl!!
My heart goes out for her family.

Didn't know her personally, but my heart goes out to anyone who did.

I will miss Jen so much. I am very grateful for the wonderful visit we had last time I was in town. Imagine Jen playing skee ball at Gatti Land! What fun we had. I can't believe she is gone but I will keep her in my heart forever. Jen was a true friend and I feel blessed to have been a part of her life.

Jennifer was a beautiful person. I will always remember her as a poet, a dreamer and a dear friend. I have never met anyone else like her. Her life was a gift to all of us. I am so sorry for the loss so many are going through right now. I am filled with gratitude that our lives touched and that she brought so much joy and love to this world.

Barbara....when I heard the "news" of the bike accident, and saw the interview on tv with father, Jim, et...I put the two together. Words can not express to you how very sorry and sad I am for your great loss of Jen. I remember when we were at Caratas working and stories you shared, knowing how very much she was loved. I will keep you lifted in my prayers. It seems as though you raised a wonderful much to be proud of forever. God bless you and my deepest sympathy...