Jean Hook

February 20, 1939April 16, 2012

Elizabeth Jean Hook, 73, a lifelong Kansas City resident, passed away April 16, 2012 at home. A memorial service will be held at 2:00 p.m., Saturday, April 28 at Chapel Hill-Butler Funeral Home, 701 N. 94th St., Kansas City, KS 66112. Inurnment will follow in Chapel Hill Memorial Gardens. Jean was born February 20, 1939 in Kansas City, Kansas to Loren and Ruby Marie Drummond. She grew up in Armourdale, Kansas and went to Central Junior High. Jean worked at Consolidated Mailing as a machine operator for most of her life and retired in 2001. She enjoyed going to casinos, garage sales and her children’s ballgames. Jean loved to read and to learn and enjoyed watching the Discovery channel. She was a good cook and homemaker. Jean believed in God and accepted Christ as her savior. She was preceded in death by her parents Loren and Ruby Marie Drummond and a sister, Ruby Marie Hoosier. Jean is survived by her husband of 57 years, Glenn Taylor Hook, her son Michael Hook and wife Debbie, daughter Linda K. Anderson and husband Joseph Leedrew Anderson, grandson Aaron Hook, grandson Bradley Hook, sister Ella Mae Sullivan, half-brother Loren Drummond, half-sister Lorna Barry, and 6 great-grandchildren.


  • Memorial Service Saturday, April 28, 2012

Jean Hook

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Judy Mitchell

April 28, 2012

Aunt Jeannie always laughed at family get togethers about Shirley, Mike and I being in trouble as kids.

Judy (Vallis) Mitchell

April 28, 2012

Aunt Jeannie always laughed about the things we cousins got in trouble for as kids. Mike and Shirley and I when we were younger.


April 27, 2012

Jean and Glenn came to stay with me for about four months while Jeepie worked on her bathroom. I really enjoyed having my sister here with me, when she left I cried. We stayed in touch, calling each other every day. I wish we would have had more time together. I will love and miss you until I see you again. God bless you sis.

Linda Vallis

April 25, 2012

I'm glad I got a chance to know Aunt Jeannie better this past year while Jeepie was working on her bathroom. I really enjoyed listening to her tell stories of her younger days. I thought Aunt Marie was the wild one, but I found out Jeannie had a little bit of a wild side in her too. I guess I should have known that by her personality. Jeannie was a very sweet and loving woman. I'm also glad she and Mae got to spend time together and reconnect as sisters while she and Glen stayed with Mae. It was so cute to see them sitting at the kitchen table in their nightgowns and robes playing dominoes. I will cherish those memories and I'm sure Mae will too. I will miss Aunt Jeannie, but I thank the Lord that she is no longer in pain.

Christina Vallis

April 20, 2012

In loving memory of great aunt Jeannie