June 21, 1983 – January 15, 2021
Jenalee Ann Thoits June 21, 1983- January 15, 2021
Auburn- On January 15, 2021, Jenalee passed away unexpectedly. Jenalee cherished her time as a Residential Care Specialist and was the kindest, most thoughtful and giving person anyone could ever hope for. She made it her Mission in life to enrich the lives of all she touched. She had the most beautiful Soul, and was so loved by all...especially her family. She will be greatly missed, fondly remembered and in our hearts always.
She is predeceased by her beloved Memere, Florence Rousseau.
She is survived by her mother, Elizabeth Fogg and her father, David Thoits, both of Auburn, her sons Robert Key of Westbrook, Dominic Campbell of Auburn as well as her baby sister, Liana Thoits of Gray, her big brother and sister -in-law Jeremy and Randilei of Westbrook, her maternal grandfather Robert Rousseau of Hollis, many aunts, uncles, and cousins. She was a loving aunt to her nieces Haylei and Cadence as well as her nephews Nathaniel, Brandon (B-Dog) and Grafton.
A Celebration of Life Ceremony and Gathering will be held at Fortin/Auburn on Saturday February 6, 2021. A private family ceremony will take place from 12-1. A public gathering will take place from 1-3.
The family wishes that in lieu of flowers, donations can be made for a future college fund for Robert Key and Dominic Campbell at Cumberland County Federal Credit Union, 43 Lewiston Road, Gray, Maine 04039.
A Celebration of Life
Saturday, February 6, 2021
February 18, 2021
I would like to personally thank all of you for sharing your love for my beautiful angel. It is clear you all knew her well. I am trying my best to make her proud and be strong for those that need me. I will never be whole again but I mourn only for myself. If there was anyone who did not deserve to suffer any longer it was my beautiful angel. Her whole life was spent trying to help, rescue, save others. I waited her entire life to see her finally realize her own worth. Once she did..she took her wings back and flew away to loving arms of those gone before her leaving her family lost without her. I am so grateful for the time she was with me. We helped each grow, improve and resolve old hurts. It was strange to have a child taking care of me, but she was my pittbull...and when she needed it I was hers. I came to respect her; listen to her like she did me. Thank you all...for seeing what I saw. I am forever grateful.
February 6, 2021
I will never forget when I met you and Dominic when you first moved in to 62 Spring St. I never met anyone that had such energy and passion. Your family and boys meant the world to you and were not afraid to say it or fight for them. I will cherish our friendship always in my heart.
February 4, 2021
I am so sorry to hear that Jena has passed. My thoughts and prayers are with her family and her boys. Jena was one of the kindest souls I have ever met. We had many good times together in our younger years, I will forever think of her fondly.
February 4, 2021
Jenalee was always so respectful of both my husband Jerome and myself during the time that we knew her at 62 Spring Street.
After we moved in, when Jerome was starting to have severe cognitive issues, prior to some major surgery, she was very helpful and understanding when many others were not. We did not really know her well at the time, but that did not seem to matter to her.
SUCH A KIND SOUL. YOU WILL BE MISSED AND FOREVER IN OUR HEARTS
February 1, 2021
So sorry for the loss of this beautiful mother, daughter, sister, auntie. May the family take comfort in the special memories. 💕
January 30, 2021
Any life taken to early is obviously tougher than others... it leaves families and friends wondering why they had to end their journey so soon.... but this loss hurts too much too close to home... it’s too personal, too great of a person to go so soon.... Jenalee I am really struggling to accept that you’re not with us anymore... since childhood you were the most loyal, kind, nurturing,” mother hen “ big sister Liana and I could of dreamed of having. You had so much love for you’re little sister always looking out for her... always there.... you would guide us like big sister’s do but you could switch that role and quickly become fun sister on the drop of a dime....(esp Thursday night, memory lane, ladies night😉) You were the funniest, most fierce, fiesty little lady around.... my belly hurt from laughing so hard more nights then not because of your tell it like it is attitude... someone who clearly spoke their mind and with quite confidence at that! You’d go to war to protect your sister especially but friends, family, anyone in your circle you were loyal to! You are so so so very missed and absolutely unreplaceable.... but I am forever grateful for the wonderful memories I had with you that I’ll cherish forever! I will do my absolute best to be there for Liana but I know her world is forever changed and part of her is missing without you! 💔 Blonde,Redhead and Brunette will never be the same.... but we will keep your memory alive I will miss you everyday until I see you again.... keep dancing,singing, smiling & watching over Liana and the Boys!!!! I love you SO very much Sistah!!!! Rest Peacefully ❤️
January 30, 2021
Jenalee was the most amazing person that I have ever had the pleasure of meeting! She taught me so much in the little bit of time that we got to spend together!