I’m am so saddened to learn of Jeans passing, my parents moved across the street from Mr and Mrs Yeager when I was 3 and They were always the sweetest couple. Then later as an adult we moved our family back to Gas City into the house right beside Jean and again I absolutely loved getting a chance to talk with her and listen to all she was doing. She continued to quilt and was writing her life story for her family. We moved away 5 years ago and I never got the chance to read all of it but I would love to!
Jean was a small but strong woman With a kind heart! If you knew her well you knew she had a sharp mind and she knew what she wanted from life and dearly missed her husband. My condolences to the Yeager family. I heard many great Mom stories of raising boys and the proudness in her voice when speaking of each child and their lot in life.
Sincerely sorry for your loss.
Bob and Lisa Smith
Family of E. Jean Yeager,
There are few experiences more difficult than the loss of a loved one. It is obvious from the many kind expressions that Mrs. Yeager will be sadly missed. Having endured such a loss, I find comfort in knowing death was not God’s purpose for mankind and his purpose has not changed.
God’s word is clear, “He will swallow up death forever, and the Sovereign Lord Jehovah will wipe away the tears from all faces”. (Isaiah 25:8). It is comforting to know that the grief and sorrow we experience is temporary. (Revelation 21:4). It is because of Jehovah God’s purpose and great love for mankind, that the restoration of life is guaranteed!
Jesus spoke of the coming resurrection (John 5:21, 28, 29) and he himself was resurrected by his Father and performed many miracles including resurrections. All such miraculous events took place on earth giving us a precious glimpse of what is to come.......seeing our loved ones again! (Acts 24:15)
May Jehovah God continue to bless your family during this difficult time and in the days ahead......
My thoughts and prayers for Jean’s sons and extended family. I will miss visiting with Jean when I travel to Indiana from Tennessee. She was an inspiration to me each time we talked, the most optimistic person I’ve ever met. She was a ray of sunshine in my life, loved her dearly.
I am so very sorry to have heard of your loss. Family and friends are in my thoughts and prayers.
I really liked your mother, she was competent and easy to talk with. She really enjoyed her son coming to visit. She is missed.
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