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Jennifer Mitchell

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"Jennifer was born on April 20th, 1964 in Morgantown, West Virginia as Jennifer Lynn Jarrett. Her family settled in Roswell, GA in 1971 where Jennifer attended grade school and graduated from Crestview High School in 1982. She had a first marriage that brought her two exceptional children, but Jennifer married the true love of her life, Bill Mitchell, on April 24th, 1998 and they had two children. Together they raised their four children and worked hard to build a business from the ground up, side by side. Jennifer and Bill enjoyed traveling and took many road trips across the US and worldwide. 

Jennifer was a Mother, GiGi, Sister, Aunt, Cousin, and most proudly, a Friend to all. She made lasting connections with people she met daily, everywhere she went. She was a constant support to the people she cared for and she left an impact on the people she came into contact with, creating many beautiful relationships.

In passing, Jennifer has joined her late husband, Bill Mitchell. Her father, Christopher Jarrett, mother Jacqueline Cobbs, and stepmother Alice Dale Rowland preceded her in death. She is survived by her four children: Jackie Balouch [Ramien Balouch], Adam Yeaple, Kaylyn Mitchell, and Jarrett Mitchell.  Her grandchildren Quinn and Stella Balouch.  Her sister Julia Sullivan, brother Shawn Jarrett [Robin Jarrett], brother Adam Remsen [Louisa Remsen], brother Patrick Jarrett [Katie Jarrett], and sister Charlotte Nauret [Nate Nauret].  Jennifer is also survived by her step-mother Carol Droessler Jarrett and her mother-in-law Sue Mitchell as well as many equally beloved nieces, nephews, cousins, friends, and extended family members."

2 Comments To "Jennifer Mitchell"

Ryan Canfield On Oct 30 2022 at 5am
Jennifer’s loving demeanor made her an amazing person. She was constantly letting each of us know how much we are loved. We shall miss her dearly. Reply to this comment
BethAnn On Oct 20 2022 at 2pm
To say she was here and loved is to confirm her existence, but to express my gratitude for having known her, is to know her legend will never die. Reply to this comment
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