Condolence: I was lucky to have known you for many years. That dry straight faced sense of humor made me laugh often. Occasionally your caustic sarcasm made me cry but I knew you loved me no matter what. You fought the good fight against your insidious disease and set an example for many. I know you are in a much better place now and that brings me joy.
Condolence: So very sorry to learn that Jeni has lost her battle with that nasty disease. I remember living close to her on N Braddock St when we were very young. We talked a few years ago about the fact that we were cousins and didn't know it until a book was published about out the maternal side of our families. She is now at peace and without pain.
Condolence: I met you in 8th grade Cooking class. We laughed at everything! I remember singing during church, intentionally off key, (who's idea was THAT??). I remember your addiction to calendars & always writing down what you wore EVERYDAY!! I remember your addiction to Coffee ice cream, roller skating in the basement of Kent Circle when you fell on the concrete floor knocking yourself out & your wonderful Mom yelling down, "are you girls OK?". Petey the parakeet, your Mom's delicious chicken & dumplings, your parents taking us to dinners...your ability to type long before typing class, driving us all around on weekends. The saying, "Gone but not forgotten" has never been more meaningful. I love you my longtime Dear friend.
Condolence: One of my best high school friends. Oh what great times we had! In later years we reconnected, along with seven others in our “special group”, enjoying dinner, friendship and laughs. I’m so glad we got to do this before this horrible disease took a very special person from this earth. Love you Jeni and you can now Rest In Peace. ❤️