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Jennifer Bebko Randel

January 6, 1974October 13, 2020

Jennifer Bebko Randel was born on January 6, 1974 and passed away on October 13, 2020 and is under the care of Owen Funeral Home.

Visitation will be held on November 11, 2020 at 6:00 pm at Owen Funeral Home.

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Services

11 November

Visitation

6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Owen Funeral Home


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Jennifer Bebko Randel

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AMY Kewin

October 24, 2020

Dear Michael and Family,
We were devastated to hear the news about Jenn. Although we have only known Jenn a few months, she really was a Godsend for us. She was working with my husband twice a week working out and getting him out of his wheelchair! She was so motivating and knowledgeable about his specific issues. He was really getting stronger thanks to Jenn!! She also came into our lives when we were struggling with our son's decision to join the Army. Jenn helped us so much by encouraging our son and giving us amazing insight as to the benefits of the Army and we loved talking to her about her experiences and both our son's journey in the Army. She was so incredibly proud of Nick and was literally counting down the days until he came home. She was an angel before she really became one!! We are truly heartbroken for your loss, for everyone's loss. She was such a special person who loved her family deeply and was passionate for her career! She will be missed greatly! Our sincerest condolences to you and your family. Amy and Dave Kewin

Jennifer Shamp

October 23, 2020

My favorite memory of Jen was the day we hung out on the beach at Lake Erie before she left for boot camp. The sky was blue and it was one of the few times we weren't on the go. Jen was always full of energy even when we were studying for Statistics class. This day we sat on the beach and thought about the rest of our lives. Jen was the one and only person who could bring me out of my reclusive shell. We were study buddies, workout buddies and besties during such an important time in our lives. I loved you for being my best friend and accepting me for who I was. She let me be a part of her family and was a part of mine. To Michael, and Nick who I only knew as a baby and is now at boot camp himself, and Joey whom I never got to meet, and mom and dad and each of her brothers, my arms wrap around you as we bravely smile a smile that can never match Jen's.

Peggy Maynor

October 23, 2020

Mike, Nick & Joey,
I am thinking of and praying for all of you during this time of great sorrow. Just know how very much I wish I could be there to hug and comfort you.
Jen was a very special part of your existence and will leave an empty place in your hearts that will always be there. Just remind yourselves of all the wonderful times you had with her and cherish those memories.
Love, Aunt Peggy

Maura Gray

October 22, 2020

You are in our thoughts and prayers! We have so many great memories!!
Love,
Maura and Michael Gray

Tom Weisser

October 19, 2020

Mike, very sorry to hear the news on Jennifer’s accident. You and her boys were always her primary focus. But we all know her willingness to share her passion for personal wellness. She touched many people in a way that enriched their lives through wellness and exercise. While her time was to short, the Brookstone/YMCA communities , will never forget her numerous personal contributions and how she touched so many. You and the boys can always be very proud and realize her impact will be everlasting. Our prayers and thoughts are with you all during such a difficult time. Chris and Tom Weisser

Mark Migliore

October 18, 2020

Michael and family,
Words may not suffice to express the heartfelt sorrow that we feel when we heard of the passing of Jen and would like to send our deepest condolences to you and your family. While we met Jenn only a short while ago at Brookstone CC she made such a wonderful impression with her vibrant personality and ,it will be little things that we remember—smiles, laughter, taking the time to lend an ear and share her feelings. She could not of been more proud of the life she had built with you and your children —and although it is hard right now, the memories of these things will become tools to push away the pain.
The Migliore family would like to wish you strength for today and hope for tomorrow and always remember that those we love don’t go away; they walk beside us in our hearts and memories.
God bless you and your family.
Joey, Jean and Mark Migliore

Cyndi Begley

October 17, 2020

Michael,

I’m so sad to hear about Jennifer. I enjoyed talking with her when she came in the bank. My thoughts and prayers go out to you and the boys.

Cyndi ( I worked at Chase in Acworth)

Christie Carroll

October 16, 2020

Jen was a glowing bundle of energy and we greatly enjoyed the time we got to spend getting to know her. The first day we met her, she got down on the floor at eye level with my very shy son and got him to interact with her. We knew right then that she was meant to be a part of our lives! We had many great conversations about how proud she was of Nick and Joey, how excited she was to renew her marriage vows last year, her faith in God, what new fitness equipment she was testing! Jennifer would walk with me as I waddled along very pregnant trying to keep up. Her slow walk was fast but she motivated me to try to find time to take care of myself! It was abundantly clear how much Jennifer loved her family. Our hearts break for you all. We are fervently praying for comfort for your friends and family. With Sympath ~ Tracy, Christie, Paul, & Victoria Carroll,
Alanna, Glenn, Chad, Paul & Carol

Linda Vaughn

October 16, 2020

Jennifer served as a fellow instructor to many other group exercise instructors while she was at the YMCA. She truly had a passion for fitness and was very encouraging to many of the staff members who worked for her. I'm sad to hear of this unfortunate event, and I pray for all of her family members.

Angela Chancellor

October 16, 2020

I'm so sorry to receive this devastating news.

Jen was always a beam of light in this world. I'll remember her tough, but fun classes at the YMCA Northwest. She was an amazing instructor. I never saw her down. She was a perpetual cheerleader to all who encountered her.

My heart and prayers go out to the husband, and sons. May peace be with you all over these next few days, weeks, and months. Warmest regards from Wade and Angela.

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