Coutts Funeral Home & Cremation Centre

96 St Andrews Street, Cambridge, ON


Jennifer Lillian Coulson

July 29, 1969March 15, 2020

On March 15, 2020 we received the phone call no parent wants to hear. Our daughter, Jennifer Lillian Coulson, had passed away.

Left to mourn the quiet that “Noisy” left behind is, her friend and father Jack Coulson (Wendy), Susan (Haggerty) Coulson, her children, Jacob Pinder (Brittany), Kaelan Cave, Jonathan Gianoulias, Lainey Gianoulias, brother Jason Jesperson (Andrea), step-sister to Warren Caughill (Jodi), Timmy Caughill (Sue). Grandmother to Logan Pinder. Loved and missed by many aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews, and her loving four legged friend Alice. She touched everyone with her humour and that very unique laugh! Cremation has taken place. Celebration of Jennifer`s life will be at the time we are safe to do so. Donations to CMHA, Wellington Street Cambridge; Addictions Services, Walnut Street, Cambridge, or a charity of your choice. Information on the Celebration of Life will be updated on the Coutts Funeral Home website when dates are selected. Friends and family are invited to sign Jennifer’s online book of condolences at: www.couttsfuneralhome.com


  • A Celebration of Life will be announced at a later date.


Jennifer Lillian Coulson

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Marian Best

July 7, 2020

I am so sorry for your loss. I would always know when Jennifer walked through the door, her big smile and great laugh usually followed her in. Jennifer always found a way to mention her children, Jack and Wendy.. so keeping a piece of each of you with her always. I will always remember her with fondness and smile when I think of her. Keeping you all in my thoughts and prayers.

Tim Horne

July 6, 2020

Jennifer could be such a bright light and had a heart of compassion for others less fortunate. She could make others feel special. I was glad to know her and consider her a friend.

Carol Holmes

July 2, 2020

Noisy... known you since you were 2 and 1/2. Small enough to fit in my kitchen sink at 12 Mile Bay for a bath. You are missed by so many people and it was wonderful to know you through the years. May you find the dreams you've always looked for in peace!
Sending you tons of love,
Aunti Chop

Lynda Wilcox

July 2, 2020

When I had the pleasure of seeing Jennifer, I always looked forward to it. Jennifer was always so very happy and had such a zest for life. She would always laugh, and her laugh was infectious. She would do anything for anyone, and although I never saw her often enough, she always was so kind and thoughtful. She will be sadly missed.
Lynda Wilcox