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Webb Noonan Kidd Funeral Home

240 Ross Ave, Hamilton, OH

OBITUARY

Jean Proctor

April 25, 1934October 30, 2019

Jean Proctor, age 85 of Hamilton, died on October 30, 2019 at Hospice of Hamilton. She was born in Drip Rock, Kentucky on April 25, 1934, the daughter of the late Ethel (Setser) Sheritt and Stanley Harrison. Jean graduated from Hamilton High School in 1952 where she met eight of her lifelong friends. She was a member of Grace Chapel Church. Jean was employed by Baldwin Lima Hamilton and Pillsbury. She enjoyed watching her granddaughter play softball and her close relationship with her grandson. Jean is survived by her son, Marty (Karen) Proctor; daughter, Lisa (Patrick) Glaser; two grandchildren, Amanda Proctor and Luke Glaser, all of Fairfield; sister, Levaron (Woody) Dixon of Irvine, Kentucky; and niece, Lopell. She was preceded in death by her parents; and best friend, Ray Proctor. At the request of Jean, a Private Burial was held at Greenwood Cemetery, Hamilton. Condolences may be left for the family at www.Webb-Noonan.com

  • FAMILY

  • Jean is survived by her son, Marty (Karen) Proctor; daughter, Lisa (Patrick) Glaser; two grandchildren, Amanda Proctor and Luke Glaser, all of Fairfield; sister, Levaron (Woody) Dixon of Irvine, Kentucky; and niece, Lopell. She was preceded in death by her parents, Ethel (Setser) Sheritt and Stanley Harrison; and best friend, Ray Proctor.

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Nancy Bolser-Williams

November 10, 2019

Lisa and Marty,
I am so sorry for your loss.
Your mom was always so kind to me growing up. She has left many great memories from when you lived on
Kay Dr.
I will keep you all in my thoughts and prayers. Sending you love hugs and many
prayers❤️

Lopell Dixon

November 4, 2019

Aunt Jean, My heart is broken. I hope you knew how much I loved you. You told me the last time I saw you that you wished that we had known each other longer and that we could have spent more time together. I feel the same way. I know that you are in Heaven now and are free from pain, but it breaks my heart that I will never get to see you again. Mom and Dad loved you too. We will never forget you, and maybe we will see you in Heaven one day.