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Jeannine Alma Forrest


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Jeannine Alma Forrest Obituary
Jeannine Alma Forrest passed away peacefully at her home on October 19, 2018 surrounded by family. She was blessed with more loving family than some. Having been born to Martin Herman Ernest and Alma Magdalene (Menzel) Stettnisch on August 15, 1941 in Silver Peak, Nevada; the youngest of 6 children born to them. Her parents by choice were Emory George & June Cornelia (Galloway) Earle, who also provided her with a brother.

Jean spent most of her childhood in Colorado, and grew to be a fiercely independent woman. She's faced many challenges in her life of 77 years, and has been an example of strength, resilience and determination to those who knew her.

Her adult life lead to marriage, children and making a living for her family. She married Frederick D. Lovelien, Charles F. Morlan, E. Kenneth Bogue, and Chane E. Forrest, and had 3 sons: Duane, Robert Joseph and Charles Andrew.

She and her sons made Blythe their home in 1967, and worked a verity of jobs. She also owned and operated Crazy House Pet Store, a craft store, and most recently Jean Forrest Insurance Service. In 2000, she moved to Eastanolle, Georgia and enjoyed being around the bulk of her grandchildren and the beautiful county side.

Jean was preceded in death by both sets of parents, spouses Fred, Charles, Chane, son Robert Joseph affectionately known as Bobby Joe, and great-granddaughter Kyla Jo Ulmer. Also pre-deceased by all siblings: Sylvester Cornelius, Orlie Lee, Gwenneth Iris, Awildia May, Eldon Gene Stettnisch, and Eugene Galloway Earle.

She is survived by her sons Duane (Susan), Charles Andrew "Andy" (Carol) Forrest and grandchildren: Ashley (Steven) Ulmer, Trenton Forrest, Deshawna (Dean) Pitts, Charles W. Forrest, Steven Forrest, and Debbie Herbert. Great grandchildren, nieces, nephews, and those by choice too numerous to mention.

There will be a private family commemoration.
Published in Palo Verde Valley Times & Quartzsite Times on Oct. 24, 2018
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