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PATNAUDE, Jennifer Lee Jennifer Lee Patnaude, 47, of Leander, Texas, lost her courageous battle with Lupus on August 5, 2018, in her home, surrounded by her loving family. Jennifer was born in Burlington, Vermont, to Richard and Susan (Savaria) Patnaude on December 18, 1970. She graduated from Leander High School in 1993. Jennifer worked at Taco Bell for 17 years and Subway for 18 months. Jennifer is survived by her parents, Richard and Susan Patnaude of Leander, brother, Richard II and wife Cassandra (Richter) of Kyle, TX, sister, Erika and husband Barry Mariage of Warsaw, IN., nieces and nephews, Richard Patnaude III, Morrison Patnaude and their mother Janill Carfer of Leander, TX, Nebraska Patnaude and her mother Sheena Patnaude of Leander, TX. Makenzy Dungan of Leander, TX, Harper Dungan of Warsaw, IN and their father Shaun Dungan of Cedar Park, TX, Melvin L. Pouch III and his father Melvin Pouch Jr. of Warsaw, IN. Megan Kennedy of Leander, TX, Brittany Kennedy of Lago Vista, TX and Jeffrey Kennedy of Lago Vista, TX. Jenny was also blessed with several great nieces and nephews. Jennifer is also survived by many other aunts and uncles from all over the country including Vermont, Washington, New York, South Carolina, California & Japan. The family would like to extend their deepest gratitude to the staff at Round Rock Hospital and The Texas Home Health Hospice for the wonderful care given to Jennifer. There is a Celebration of Life planned, August 11, 2018, starting at noon at Richard's and Susan's residence. 100 Glen Oak Lane, Leander, Tx 78641 In lieu of flowers, contributions to the Lupus Foundation of America in memory of Jennifer Lee Patnaude is appreciated. Follow this link to Jennifer's tribute page on the Lupus foundations website: http://support.lupus.ordsite/TR/P2P/General?px=2289456&pg=personal&fr id=1380
Published in Austin American-Statesman on Aug. 11, 2018
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