Mary Ann Krebs (Collins)
My family moved from Seattle in October of 1952. The school year had already started. Since we lived close to each other, our teacher asked Jenny to help me with settling into school, riding the bus, etc. Jenny was my first real friend. When Jenny's family moved to north Edmonds we both found new friends, but my friendship and shared memories with Jenny was very special.
Cheryl Voak (Carson)
Jenny died of breast cancer, she was one of very best friends. I still think about her and miss her.
I agree Jenny was a very special lady, on the first day of ski school I showed up in some rediculous looking antique gear and was the laugh of the day until Jenny said to sit nrxt to her, Jenny of course looked fantastic in the latest stretch pants with matching sweater. My embarrassment went away and I had lots of fun. Thanks Jenny. Keven O'Kinsella
I knew Jenny from grade school on. We were not close friends, but she was always kind and friendly. We did talk occationly and she never had a sour word for anyone, as I remember. Jenny, like the others, I miss you allot.
Mary Bruce (Haunreiter)
I also knew Jenny when she was in school - she was a fun girl and I always wanted to have hair just like hers.<G> I'm sad that she is gone too soon.
Jenny was not a close friend, but I admired her from afar. She seemed to be a beautiful person, and I wish that we had become better acquainted. We will all miss her.
Patricia Donatoni (Timmerman)
Jenny, you are greatly missed. I remember you from school, as a sweet and fun lady, with the best sunny smile ever! You are with our Heavenly Father now. See you again on the other side of the veil. Please watch over us until we see you again. Patricia
Jenny was my first love. We had a thing going in 2nd grade. We still laughed about it the last time I remember seeing her.