I went to St. Paul's Grade School and Tell City High School with Jenni....she was ALWAYS, always funny and was such a kind person. Although I haven't seen her in years, she will be missed! Mary Anne Middleton Tinnell
Jen and I worked together at Norwalk for 6 years, up until last November. I liked her right from the start (who didn't) We shared a passion for design and were constantly bouncing ideas off each other, she was always so fun, so honest and so open. I'd like to think I "mentored" her a bit in the beginning but she didn't need much help from me she figured out the biz in no time! I will so miss her sense of humor but most of all her great friendship. I always felt we were on the same "wavelength" and I think she did too, we could exchange knowing looks and commiserate out our shared experiences at work. We talked about everything--she was always so positive, so concerned and so dynamic, always wanting to "fix" what ever difficulty I had, so loyal, so much fun. Jen made life a little sweeter and I'm so sorry for her families loss, as well as that of Gary's (I'll always remember that one of your first dates was at my wedding reception) as well as Kathys whom Jen obviously cared so much about. Take Care, Georgia Jones
I am mourning the loss of Jeni. While on earth, her spirit was a beaming light, infused with with vitality, beauty, happiness, confidence, determination, and courage. She was alot of fun to be with; and she could put a humourous spin on anything! You just automatically felt good when Jeni was around. She was such a sweet and caring person, too. We enjoyed many wonderful times over the 30 years we knew each other. And they were all fun times. We shared "funny monkey times" in Evansville, California, Chicago, Tell City, and Kansas City. All of you have my deepest sympathy, With love, Nancee
I am a friend of Jeni's from the Funky's era. The last time I saw her was in 2002 when she drove down from Tell City to stay the night with me so that we could attend Bob Lutz' surprise 50th birthday party. He was the DJ @ Funky's all those years ago, so this party was like a Funky's reunion. I will NEVER forget that night. We had such a great time getting ready for the party. We were trying on a bunch of different dresses because we wanted to be sure to wear THE PERFECT Disco dress! I remember while Jeni was getting ready, she blew a fuse with her big ole' hairdryer and, of course, I had to tease her about being so "high maintenance"....lol. But she really wasn't like that at all. In fact, Jeni was as down to earth as anyone I have ever known. That night she was bent on making sure that before the night was over we made it to Pizza King so she could get one of their famous stromboli sandwiches. And for those of you who know about Pizza King......well, just imagine two girls walking in there in Disco dresses with BIG HAIR and HIGH HEELED SHOES ordering a darned stromboli. It was too much fun! She enjoyed every bite of that sandwich!! Certainly, I had no idea that would be the last time I would ever see her, but what a wonderful memory to hold onto. Everyone Jeni came into contact immediately took to her. She truly was one of the kindest, funniest, most caring people...or should I say "Knuckleheads"...I have ever known. She was GENUINE! GENUINE JENI Thank you, Jeni, for sharing your life with so many. Your Disco Buddy, Faith Hurley
She is Jeannie Fischer to me. And I extend my sincere condolences to my classmate Tobie and the entire Fischer family. When I think of Jeannie, my immediate response is...she was the first "girl" I knew growing up that showed me you could be beautiful and have a sense of humor, not only at the same time, but it made you more beautiful. May she bring her sunshine to heaven.
First let me say how very sorry I was to see Jennifer's death in the paper. Shock and a gasp came over me when I opened the paper. I first met Jennifer at Carrie's parents home in Tell City. I was one of the brides maids. I never met so many beautiful girls in one wedding. Although, it has been many years, it sounds as though she grew into a beautiful, loving woman. Just last week I spoke of you (Carrie), and wondered if you were still in Sarasota. It looks and sounds like you girls ended up in Ft. Myers? You have my thoughts with you and your family at this very sad time. Some day I hope to see you again. Love is coming your way from a dear 'ol' friend.....Peggy (Payne) Klippel
Her giggle and great attitude about life. Her strong spirit and most of all her love for our good friend Gary. Thanks, Jenny for giving him that gift. I knew when I first met you that you were "The One" for our Gary. When Gary brought you into our lives, you fit like a glove. Everything just fell into place, like we had known each other forever. Good times. Wow, there were many. The crazy dinner parties, late night gabbing and of course pictionary! I am sitting in the kitchen right now, just thinking back on all the time we spent together here. I see it so clearly it's like you are here with me now. Gary and I cooking away, you and Cal laughing and the dogs and kids in and out. I will always cherish those memories. All my love, Sue Beegle
My Aunt Jennifer was a wonderful person. I cherish the time i had with her, I only wish I had more. I will miss you telling me to take out the trash and pick up my room. I will miss you correcting my essays and telling me my sentences make no sense. But most of all i will miss your presence of kindness and love whenever i was around you. I will always miss you and keep you in my heart. Love your nephew Brandon.
She loved hard, she played hard, and she never stopped. She had more energy than the energizer bunny!! I remember so many times we just laughed so hard we could cry...we danced our pants off, we played, we cried. We were so close and loved each other so much as if we were sisters. She lived with me in Hermosa Beach, CA. It was the best time of my life. The kids at the salon in Marina del Rey, Vicki, David and then there was Sandy and Kathy and all of us....there were just so many wonderful memories!!! I thank Kanty for introducing us....we were fast friends. She was my hero an ever present bright light in my life to this day. She gave so much of herself to everyone. I will miss her forever. Even til the end she was always there for me, II will lover her forever. Judy Wilson
You were a bright light in my life. You brought me so much happiness and saved me when it seemed I had not a friend in the world. I somehow landed in Los Angeles without a friend and there you were. I thank Kathy so much for bringing you into my life. You gave me a friendship I thought I could never have. We loved, we laughed, we danced and never stopped! There were so many happy times living together in Hermosa Beach and going out for breakfast on the strand, hanging out at the beach with Sandy, and just hanging out. We danced our socks off at parties and clubs....it seemed it would never end. We had such fun together all of us, you, Sandy, Kathy, Vicki, David, and the whole gang from the salon in Marina Del Rey.....God those times were the best of times!! You were my maid of honor because we were a team. I truly cannot remember better times. Then came little Anthony (now 20 years old)....we took him him with us to the beach and the good times just kept on coming!! You were always up for fun and there was never a bad time!! I regret that I could not see you in the end....I thank God that you were able to come visit with us here in Atlanta. I tried to come see you but it never worked out.....I will miss your love, your friendship, your person!! You were my rock, my hero and you will never be forgotten. I give my deepest condolences to the family, parents, sisters, and Gary, who I thank for being there by her side. I wonder how we can all get past this great loss of someone who has touched so many lives. She was a very special angel! I will forever love her. Judy Wilson
No light has shown brighter in so many peoples life than yours. Your strength and courage and always with a smile have been a inspiration to all who have been blessed with the honor of having you in our life. I will miss you Jenny and remember always what a great friend and gentle spirit has left my life. Love Marla
And we will all, sorely, miss her. Thanks for all of the joy you brought to our planet. Warmest regards to your family. Ken Pallante