Jennifer Lynn Jeffries, 37

Late in the night of January 2nd, Jenn went home to meet her heavenly Father and to be with her earthly father, Dale Jeffries. Jenn was preceded in death by her beloved cousin Michael and many loved Aunts and Uncles. Jenn is survived by her loving mother, Grace Jeffries; her second mother and father, Aunt Linda and Uncle Scott, whom she loved very much; the last love of her life, Travis Oshop; and many cousins, and dear friends. Jenn was a graduate of Mohawk High School and worked as a paralegal for 16 years at Michael Perry Attorney at Law.

To know Jenn, you knew that she loved life and lived life to the fullest, the way she wanted with no regrets. Jenn’s joy in life was making an overabundance of amazing food to share with everyone around her. She learned how to cook some of the most amazing dishes from Uncle Scott and her late Uncle Tom, even if it was never the same way twice, because who follows a recipe? While the cold winter season was her less favorite, she kept warm by making the biggest pot of soups while wearing the fuzziest of socks. Jenn will always be remembered for her kind heart, her loving hugs and her most generous smiles. Jenn was known as Mother Jenn to all her friends, as she was always worried that they were not warm enough, did not eat enough, or just for their wellbeing. Jenn has touched many lives and hearts over the years and will be missed dearly and never forgotten.

It was Jenn’s wishes not to have a funeral, rather to have a celebration of life, which is to follow in the Spring of 2022. Thank you for all your heartfelt condolences, the family and friends have felt united during this hard time.

Arrangements entrusted to the Marshall Funeral Home, Wampum.

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3 thoughts on “Jennifer Lynn Jeffries, 37

  1. Dear Grace Sorry to see that your beloved daughter passed away. I remember her from when you worked in shop and save. I can’t begin to know the pain and loss you must feel. my prayers are with you. May God bless you and all those who loved her. sincerely kathy lutz

  2. My deepest sympathies to you Aunt Grace as this truly has saddened me. I’m fondly touched by the beautiful obituary.

    I am rejoicing in the celebration of her LIFE, the lives beyond numbers she has touched in the numerous ways while keeping them warm and bellies full.

    My continued prayers of comfort and peace are with you and your family.

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