OBITUARY

Jenna Sponaugle

July 5, 1985August 1, 2018
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Jennifer Sponaugle, 33, known to her friends and family as “Jenna”, found peace on August 1, 2018

Jenna was born in Alexandria, Virginia on July 5, 1985.

Jenna is survived by her mother, Bernice Sponaugle, her children, Stephen Kuiper, and Lacey Sponaugle, both of Bowie, MD, her brother, Andrew Sponaugle of Purcellville, VA, and her grandparents, Marcella Dellemann of Maribel, WI, and Lillian and Duane Sponaugle of Fairhope, AL.

Donations in Lieu of flowers may be made in Jenna’s memory, for her children, c/o Bernice Sponaugle - 12519 Chelton Lane Bowie, MD 20715

Services

  • All services and interment are by invitation only
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Jenna Sponaugle

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Lauren C

August 9, 2018

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Z N

August 8, 2018

"The peace of God that surpasses all understanding", help you and your family during this difficult time (Philippians 4:6,7).

Shali H

August 7, 2018

Forever in my heart you will always be my best friend. Fly high butterfly and look over us with that smile. I think of us swimming in your pool,laughing so hard at the inside jokes that only we would get. Big Jen and Shalster the many nicknames we had for each other. We had our first jobs together and your mom would pick us up stinking from making sandwhiches at J Mart.
Remember the time we unwrapped a christmas present and had to wrap it back together perfectly and it turned out just to be a sweater lol.I will never forget our good times. Love you always...

Judith Yandow

August 7, 2018

There's a place inside the heart where love lives always. You are forever in our hearts.
Jude and the Tucson Family

Nicole Nenninger

August 7, 2018

I'm so sorry for your loss--I can't imagine the pain the family must be feeling. Please know you are in our thoughts and prayers.

Jevon yandow

August 6, 2018

Wishing you God speed into the heavenly home that awaits you to join Steve and your Dad . The struggle and pain are all in the past. My heart hurts for your children's loss at such a young age. I will keep you in my memory and will always love you.
Jevon

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