My sincere condolences to Jean’s family. I met Jean through the St Ann’s Community Church Ladies Coffee Break. She welcomed me warmly every Thursday morning and was always full of encouragement and good humour. Jean will be so missed as a bright spark, full of personality and positivity. Helen Kotrus
I was shocked and saddened to read about Jean’s death this morning. Jean and I were friends in elementary school and celebrated several birthdays together as children. My grandparents farm was next door to Jeans childhood home. Our mothers were friends. When we moved to Smithville Jean and I would meet occasionally in the village and talk about our families and reminisce about our childhood. I recall seeing Jean walking in the village not too many months ago. My sympathy to her children, grandchildren and little great granddaughter and to her sisters Margy and Linda ! May your memories continue to comfort you in the months and years to come !
Betty ( Hanna) Lindsay
Jason, Karen and family, I am so sorry to read about the passing of your mother. She was a wonderful person. Heaven has inherited a special angel. You will be forever in my heart Mama J.
My thoughts and prayers are with the family at this time. I only met Jean a couple of times through the Robb’s, but I felt like I knew her for years. What a lovely Christian woman, who stood strong in her faith.
Jean, George, Jason & Karen were great neighbours in Simcoe for years. Many fond memories of both friendships and church life. From a human perspective, Jean left us too early, but not so from God's will. To Jason and Karen, let us suggest you cherish your memories of mom & dad. They loved you dearly. Love one another as the great example your parents did in times past.
We will remember you during this time of your loss in thoughts and prayers.
Elaine & Jake Reimer
My deepest condolences and prayers to your family. Jean was one strong amazing lady....God bless