Jeani M. Shultz, 1929~2017
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Jeani M. Shultz, 1929~2017
Jeani M. Shultz, 1929~2017
This amazing woman is no longer in pain; she is now free of it completely.

She was our strength, our wisdom, our happy place, and she molded everything good in us. She taught us much, how to be compassionate and loving and never to be hurtful or cruel. We know all the things that she taught us as children will always be inside of us. We already miss you dearly, until we meet again. You or spirit will always be inside us with every kind and loving thing that we do. We love you gram!

She is survived by her daughter Jean (Ken) Johnson; granddaughters Kristina (Ben) Farnsworth, Brenda DeBord; great grandchildren Dylon Farnsworth, Chelsea Hogan, Dakota Farnsworth, Korina Hogan, Blain Hogan and great-granddaughter Savanah Wilkin and brother Edward Warren.

Preceded in death by her daughters Ann and Louis Shultz; parents Izabelle and Fred Warren and brother Thomas Warren.

At Jean’s request cremation has taken place and services will be held at the Green River Senior Center on Sept. 18, 2017 from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.

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