Lee Funeral Home

11840 Highway 90, Little River, SC


Jennifer Ann Wing

June 14, 1961September 1, 2019

Myrtle Beach

Jennifer Ann Wing, 58, of Myrtle Beach died Sunday, September 1, 2019 following a tragic motorcycle accident.

Born on June 14, 1961, Jennifer was the daughter of Lawrence Alvin and Evelyn Marie Grenci Wing. She graduated from Bangor High School in Bangor, Maine with the Class of 1979.

Jennifer worked at Waccamaw Management in Pawleys Island.

Jennifer enjoyed riding with the Friends and Family Motorcycle Group. She was the administrator of the FFMG and considered all the members to be family. She was lovingly known to them as “Babydoll.” She was a fan of the New England Patriots and enjoyed rooting for the Clemson Tigers, especially with her 14 year old dog, Barkley, by her side.

Jennifer will be remembered for her contagious smile, sweet and kind-hearted nature, free spirit, and love of life.

She is survived by her daughter, Stephanie Smith, and her husband, Mason, of Piedmont, SC; Stephanie's dad, David Smith, of Hermon, Maine; daughter Michelle Y. Kearney, her husband Scott, and their children Caitlin, Austin and Andrew all of Lewiston, Maine; her brother Brad Wing and his wife, Kathie of Brewer, Maine; and her longtime companion, Shannon Norris (her beloved “Shrimp”) of Myrtle Beach, SC

A gathering to share stories and memories of Jennifer will be held on Wednesday, September 11, from 5:00 - 7:00 pm at Lee Funeral Home 11840 Highway 90 Little River, SC. 29566 Tel 843-390-2525. A guestbook is available at www.leefhandcrematory.com.


  • Visitation Wednesday, September 11, 2019


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Ashley Wales

September 11, 2019

You will be missed dearly at work. Your smile and laugh was so contagious! You always had a way of making everybody's day brighter!
Gone too Soon!!

Dustin Fassett

September 10, 2019


I may not have known you as long or as well as everyone else did, but you always took the time to say "hi", and ask me how work was going whenever the group would get together. You were always kind to me, and I can't tell you how much that meant to me. I looked at you as a friend. Thank you for your kindness. You will be missed.

Karen Waldecker

September 10, 2019

Jen you left us too soon!!
I loved you the Moment I met you I knew you were a special soul.
You made everyone you came in contact with feel like you knew them your entire life.
I will miss your gorgeous smile your sweet spirit, you were truly one of a kind. The loss of your presence was felt throughout the universe when you left us.
I miss you terribly.
Prayers to your precious family may they feel Gods loving arms wrapped around them. I know their hearts are broken 💔🙏
Until I see you again beautiful Jenn ❤️

Connie Starner

September 10, 2019

Our hearts are broken in the passing of Jen (Babydoll). Our memories go back to the Bikers' Forum, MBOG, and just plain Sista outings. Jen will forever be remembered for her friendly personality and that radiant smile.
Steph and Shannon and the entire Family and Friends, Please know we mourn with you in this tremendous loss.

Love, Hugs, and Prayers to All. 💔💔🙏🏻🙏🏻
Ralph & Connie Starner

Barbara Swisher

September 10, 2019

I don’t even know where to begin, the first time I ever met you I felt like I had known you my entire life. You always had that outrageous sense of humor and that beautiful smile that will live on forever in my heart. We talked about the memories made and shared an experience that you had to live through to understand....but we both understood. I will miss you and our times spent at Bike Weeks will always be treasured, no Bike Week will ever be the same. Jerry does not know how he will ever survive Bike Week without his
Jen-nay. We love you and know that we will see you again, until then...every time I see a beautiful sunrise or sunset, I will think of you. Sending much love and many prayers for your family and friends🙏💜

Jim Fassett

September 9, 2019

“Oh no you DI-UNT!” was a phrase Jennifer used when she was outraged at something I said ( which was quite often). Jennifer was our spark-plug at our regular “Friday Funday FFMG get togethers and she always had things to say that would leave us in stitches.
She is sorely missed by us all for her sunny smiles and beautiful soul.
Rest now, Dearest Jenn, until we meet again on that road less traveled.

Doug "Frog" Madaga

September 9, 2019

Our memories of Jenn will be forever in our hearts. Truly a dear, sweet lady. Though Penny and I only were in town for four short years, our friendship was eternal. May God Bless.

Gracie Morin

September 8, 2019

Jennifer was my boss many years ago at the Myrtle Beach Manor. We worked hard side by side but always had time for a good laugh or two.
Jennifer was a free spirited woman with a big heart and a contiguous smile. God must have a special plan for her because she was taken from us all too soon.

My love and prayers are with her family.

Halloween 🎃

Ronnie Tapp

September 8, 2019

Worked with Jennifer at Expert Care. She was always so sweet and nice. After my wife passed away , she'd let me join her crew for some drinks or riding. She had the most beautiful smile and she herself was very beautiful . One of the nicest persons I've ever known. I will pray for Shannon and Stephanie and her extended friends. She'll never be replaced. I've thought about this since the day it happened. Broke my heart.

Liz (Teddybear) Grubbs

September 7, 2019

Jennifer was my best friend/chosen sister, we met many years ago through a message board and met in person at Bike week. There was an instant connection and we have gotten closer and closer through the years. Her smile, and laughter (snorts), her bravery and determination through the worst of times only made me love her more.
My Sis, I don't know what I'll do without you, I still keep praying to wake up from this nightmare! I will treasure every picture, every phone call and all memories we made together, and our time we had in Tennessee, I love you MORE!! RIP Sweetie