Rest in peace dear cousin.
Aunt Jean was a beautiful woman. She was warm and kind and always great to talk to.
I will miss you
I am so sorry for your loss. I only met Jean a few times but each one was very memorable as she was so positive and outgoing, it was like we had known each other for years. The last time I saw her, she gave me her wrist warmers that are great for anyone with arthritis. That's the way she was. I see a lot of that aura in her son Jim and his family. It is a wonderful thing to be so connected. She gave you all that gift, so keep it going. I know you will all miss her deeply, but try to remember all the wonderful things she did and the great memories you have and be grateful for all that! Luv & Hugs Sandy
It's hard to put into words the loss we are all feeling, but the world is a duller place without you. You've guided our family through the years with strength, love and grace. Tough as they come, yet soft and kind-hearted, your faith and love never wavered. There are no words to describe the loss we are feeling, but we are forever humbled and grateful to have called you Mom and Grandma, to have loved you and been loved by you. Forever in our hearts. Jim, Cheryl, Kyle and Kelly
You were the mother of all mothers. There was never a time you didn't have a smile on your face. You made me the woman I am today and I am grateful for it. You taught me the principles of how to raise a family that I will pass on to my children. You were a caring Grandma and Great Grandma. You may be gone but our memories will live on forever. Dearly and forever loved. Janice, Wayne, Bradley, Ashlyn, Corey, Daniel, Trinity and baby girl.