by Ashley Johndro
Sincere CondolencesJean was a miracle worker. She gave so much to others and had a huge impact on those she surrounded herself with. She truly had a heart of gold- a gem that will not be forgotten by me. I worked with Jean and Houlton Farms Dairy Bar in Caribou for 6 years. She taught me so many lessons that I will carry with me in this life. I’m truly sorry to the family she loved dearly and left behind as well as the countless friends and acquaintances she made. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. I will truly miss her but know she’s with Peter in a much better place. Fly high dear Jean.
by Nina Musgrave
Condolences to Mike, Pam and MasonMy deep sympathy to Mike, Pam and Mason on this difficult loss. May you all find comfort through memories and in each other during the upcoming grief waves ahead. Sending a lot of Love.
by Deb Fournier
Sincerest condolencesDear Julie, Mike and family,
Our sincerest sympathy to you all on the passing of Jean. Both she and Pete have meant a great deal to us at Maine Veterans' Homes. They were part of our family. I will forever fondly recall Jean teaching me how to make waffle cones and "telling off" the boys when they picked on us "girls". She had a heart of gold and I so enjoyed/valued the opportunity to know her.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you all during this difficult time. May you find comfort in the fond memories you share.
Deb Fournier, Chief Operations Officer
Maine Veterans' Homes