OBITUARY

Jean "Duck" Lillian Gardner

July 16, 1936December 17, 2018
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Jean Lillian Gardner, 82 passed away on Monday December 17, 2018 at her home. She is survived by her husband David A. Gardner, sister Lynn Lorton (Kev) daughter Kim Foster (Mark) and daughter Lynette King. Grandchildren Ashley, Alexis, Allen, Nigel, Nya and Kevin. Great grandchildren Makai, Cydne', Derion, Marley, Mya, Elijah, Savayah and DJ.

  • FAMILY

  • David A. Gardner, Spouse
  • Kim Foster, Daughter
  • Lynette King, Daughter
  • Ashley -, Grandchild
  • Alexis -, Grandchild
  • Nigel -, Grandchild
  • Nya -, Grandchild
  • Kevin -, Grandchild
  • Makai -, Great Grandchild
  • Cydne -, Great Grandchild
  • Derion -, Great Grandchild
  • Marley -, Great Grandchild
  • Mya -, Great Grandchild
  • Elijah -, Grandchild
  • Savayah -, Grandchild
  • DJ -, Grandchild

Services

PREVIOUS SERVICES:

  • Memorial Gathering Friday, December 28, 2018
  • Memorial Service Friday, December 28, 2018

OTHER SERVICES:

  • Private Interment
REMEMBERING

Jean "Duck" Lillian Gardner

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Charles Blake

December 31, 2018

Well This Is The Second, Hardest Thing, I Have To Do!!.Mama Jean,When I Heard Of Your Demise, I Broke Down And Cried 😒!! But Then I Remembered, The Time I And Kim!! Came To Your HOUSE !! And I Was Dressed As A Lady!! Lolololo The Smile, That Came Over Your Face, When Kim Said Mom That's Charles!! Charles Who!! When That Smile Came Over Her Face!! Laughter!! Was Priceless!! Mama I Will Always, πŸ’˜ YOU!! May You, rest In Peace!! ALWAYS!! πŸ’‹ πŸ’˜ ❀ 🌹 πŸ’ ✌ CHARLES BLAKE!! RESPECTFULLY πŸ’‹ πŸ’‹

Victoria Gaston

December 31, 2018

Auntie Jean,

I dont feel like I had nearly enough time with you, but the times I did have always makes me smile. No one calls my name like you "Pooky" lol. It will always echo in my heart. I will never forget how much you loved all the babies. When my Taylor was born (2005) you sent her the softest, warmest blanket ever. My dearest cousins Lynette, Ashley, Alexis, Allen, Kim, Nya, Nigel and Kevin my thoughts and prayers are with you all. I love you πŸ’™

Rodena Brown

December 24, 2018

My dearest Aunt Jean, my bright twinkle eyes! You always had a smile on your face and you definitely lite a room up with you smile. You loved unconditionally and absolutely adored you husband Dave, children and grandchildren. Your eyes would always sparkle when you spoke of them. You were dynamic, direct, forceful and a honest woman who spoke the truth with no conviction, you exhumed love constantly for your family and closest friends. Currently, my angel you are with your parents, my parents and my parents, my best friends’ William & Phyllis you are all at peace and can travel down memory lane reminiscing, one day I will join you all in the everlasting.

Your loving niece Rodena Brown

sandra bureau

December 22, 2018

Lynette, Alexis, Allen Our thoughts and prayers are with you all at this time. just know that Comfort is a prayer away and I am praying for God to bring you all the kind of peace that only He can provide. With deepest sympathy. Sandra and Deotis Bureau Michigan City, Indiana .

Michele Davis

December 22, 2018

Memory of Auntie Jean, sat with all her sisters and her Mum, remembering the old days, back in Hull England. Crying with laughter . Our thoughts are with all the family

wallace hendrix

December 19, 2018

Ms. Jean, never treated me different when Kim and myself wasn't together anymore. she would always when I asked her, she would cook sausage roll ups ...man they were Good, I have tried to cook them the way she did, never could .. Ms. Jean You will be Missed and will always love you and Family...


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Shervonne Warren

December 19, 2018

It saddens me that I'm here saying goodbye to Mrs. Jean my history proceeds over 47 years. I adopted my sister's Kim and Lynette and she adopted me. Mrs. Jean had to put up with all our shenanigans of course we were always up to something and what they got ,I got the end of it she did not leave me out. I went from being scared of her to growing up and feeling loved by her . My fond memory will always be her rosy cheeks and her voice calling Lynette, she would repeat it over and over, and I could always count on her sitting in the kitchen by the phone and asking me if I wanted something to eat. I do know that her grandkids were her Joy and there is nothing that she would not do for them. My Condolence and prayers to the family she will truly be missed.
heart felt
Shervonne

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