Jeannette C Engel

August 7, 1920May 28, 2021

On May 28, 2021, Jeannette (Ginny) Engel, age 100 years, 9 months, and 21 days; formerly of Huntington, New York; Sarasota, Florida; Silver Spring, and Parkville (Oakcrest) Maryland; died peacefully in the presence of her children: Sr. Susan Engel, Mission Helpers of the Sacred Heart (MHSH) in Towson; Joanne (Laurence) of Tennessee, and Stephen (Karin) of New York; beloved grandmother of Joseph, Kiersten, and Allison; and great-grandmother of Jayden and Avery. She is also survived by two sisters, Irene and Anne. Her husband, Joseph, preceded her in death in 2004.

Ginny lived independently until the last week of her life when she was hospitalized. A (private) Memorial Mass will be offered at the Mission Helpers Chapel. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Mission Helpers of the Sacred Heart, 1001 West Joppa Road, Towson, MD 21204 would be greatly and gratefully appreciated.


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Jeannette C Engel

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Sister Danielle Murphy

June 8, 2021

Ginny was a woman of action for the good of family, friends, church, the underprivileged and anyone she thought needed help. She made a large imprint on this earth she traveled for 100+ years. I appreciate how she took me into her family in the 1960's until the day she died. Her three wonderful, caring, faithfill, honest, hard working and loving children are a living testimony to her good life.

Jeanie Dix

June 6, 2021

Sister Sue,
So sorry to hear about the passing of your beautiful Mom. May she rest in peace. You were very good to her. I remember running into you in the Food Lion shopping with her. I know that you and your family will miss her dearly. Praying for all of you and sending deepest condolences.
The Lotz and Dix Families

Rita Amrhein

June 3, 2021

Jeannette Engel loved playing
bingo at Church of Annunciation and I would go over to speak to her. Sr. Susan was so devoted to her mother spending her time with her mother,playing cards with her
and her mother always worried about her going home and called her when she got home.
She liked the scratch offs that the lottery had. I will miss her and now she is with her dear husband and will be looking out for her children from heaven .