October 2, 1948 – September 20, 2019
Jeanette McCommons was born on October 2, 1948 and passed away on September 20, 2019 in RICHARDSON, Texas.
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Pat (Fant) Newcomer
September 30, 2019
I lived next door to Jeanette and we went to school together. I went to Oklahoma with her and the family one summer. We had lots of fun ! We also took piano lessons together and had a recital. Jeanette played really good and played for the church. I. am so glad I got to see her a couple of times recently.
September 26, 2019
Janette was so much fun to be with, her laugh and smile brightened the room when she entered. She touched all who knew her. The family poodle, Oakie, tells the story of how much she loved going to Oklahoma, and was included on trips to Oklahoma. She loved all her family very much. She will always hold a special place in my heart. Just a very sweet lady.
September 24, 2019
I have happy memories of sharing time with Jeanette in high school, on our Senior trip, and sharing an apartment with her the summer we graduated. We had lots of Friday night fun with our mutual friend, Sharon Worley, the only one of us that had a car. We once went the drive-in on Jefferson Blvd, with Jeanette and I in the trunk of the car, avoiding admission to the drive-in, but mostly, to say we did something daring and laugh because we accomplished it. I have missed being close with her the past years. Life has ended here and now eternal home is hers and I wouldn't take that away from anyone. Rest in your eternal home, sweet friend!!
September 22, 2019
Jeanette was always so sweet to our girls. She spoiled them with gifts every time she saw them. I loved her sense of humor. She will be deeply missed. We love y’all.
September 22, 2019
I will always remember several of our younger adventures with great fondness. We canoed and traipsed our way through the Quetico. Those Duluth packs were huge and the old canvas tents were horrible, but we laughed it off. The blisters did heal eventually. And then there was the cab ride down the sidewalk in Boston during rush hour. We were holding on in shock, screeching as the driver assured us he could get us down to the harbor before the sun set. Absolutely, the most memorable trip. Then, we made it by seconds onto the last ferry after leaving Campbell River on the salmon fishing trip. The ferry pulled out before we turned off the van.
But most of all, I will always remember you as being one of the sweetest people I have ever met. So, much love until we meet again. Please hug Mary and Bill for us. XO from daughter #2