In Memory

Virginia Hart (Avery)

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06/13/20 02:01 PM #1    

Terry Yocks

Jenny and I have been friends since high school. There are lots of memories of cruising around town in her brother's blue Oldsmobile convertible. We hit every drive through rootbeer stand up and down Main street. So much fun! Jenny recently moved back to Belleville and was reestablishing herself. She had been living in Maui with her son, Chris, but missed all of her other grandchildren and friends. She bought a condo and was settling into that lifestyle and started attending our monthly class luncheons at Fletcher's. Things were shaping up for her. We were planning a trip together before Covid-19 hit. She had no idea that she was seriously ill. I'm glad I got to see her in March when she was still vibrant, happy and healthy. We are going to miss you, Jenny. Rest in peace my friend.

06/13/20 05:49 PM #2    

Barb Saul (Carrico)

I am saddened to hear that Jenny has passed.  The last time I saw her was at one of our class get-togethers.  She had a vibrant personality and a beautiful smile.  Jenny had many friends.  She will be missed by everyone who knew her. 


06/14/20 12:41 PM #3    

Kathy Logue (Clayton)

Jenny new everyone and was happy to make new friends.  She always said you have to know a litttle about a lot of things to get on in this lifetime . I got her the job with the St. Louis Cardinal baseball league. It was the perfect job with lots of perks for her 4 sons who she adored. She kept my Mother in Cardinal souvenirs. She was very important to me and we spent many hours at each other's homes. We stayed in touch all through life and I was privileged to know this force of nature that was my friend Jenny (Moochie).  Love you and you will never be out of my thoughts. I will miss you forever. 

06/15/20 12:02 PM #4    

Dianne Stuhlsatz (Traw)

I really enjoyed knowing Jenny and she was so much fun.  The last time I saw her was the class 70th birthday party and she looked great then and we talked a long time.  Years ago she said she could get me a job with the baseball Cardinals and I regret that I didn't do that.  She gave us her seat tickets a couple of times.  She will be missed!

06/15/20 04:02 PM #5    

Karen Lodney (White)

Jenny and I have been friends since we were 6 yrs old and dancing tap and ballet at Mary Kay Dance Studio in East St. Louis. We went to Grant Grade School and BTHS and remained friends to this day. She was a beloved part of a group that we formed in grade school called The 7 Ups.  Our friendship lasted thru raising our children, playing cards, and as we grew older getting together with the 7 Ups Plus as often as we could. As Kathy said above, Jenny was a force of nature, with a big heart and a love for her family that never waivered. She was always there for them -loved to share photos and stories about them.  My heart goes out to all of them as they try to cope with her sudden passing.  My heart goes out to All her friends feeling this loss as well.  I will miss her smile and her sense of humor always. She was a treasure on Earth and I know she's an Angel in heaven.  

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