Ever Rest Funeral Home and Cremation Chapel

1783 East Keating Ave, Muskegon, MI


Jenny Lynn Carletto

October 21, 1958September 6, 2019

Jenny Lynn Carletto, age 60 of Muskegon, passed away on September 6, 2019.

It was not unusual to see Jenny listening to some of her favorite music, soulfully crooning to the likes of Eric Clapton, Buddy Holly, and the Grateful Dead. She had a green thumb, and could often be found tending to her garden, growing both flowers and vegetables in the Earth. She loved watching movies, enjoyed following the latest fashion trends, and had a soft spot in her heart for dogs. Throughout her life, there were numerous shih-tzus, maltipoos, pekingeses, and other small, furry dogs that had a soft spot in her heart. Jenny was preceded in death by her husband David, and father Robert Gonzalez.

Jenny is survived by her children: Jesse and Colleen Costello, Chelsea Carletto and Zachary Blair, and Aja and Edward Coulier

Grandchildren Sunshine and Avery

Mother Ellena Gonzalez

Brothers and sisters: Robert and Debra Gonzalez, Thomas and Paula Gonzalez, and Barbara and Michael Huffman

A Celebration of Jenny's Life will be held on Thursday, September 12, 2019, from 5:00pm to 8:00pm at Ever Rest Funeral Home and Chapel in Muskegon.


  • Celebration of Life Thursday, September 12, 2019


Jenny Lynn Carletto

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Mary Brown

September 14, 2019


Barbara O'Connor

September 11, 2019

I have many memories of Jenny when she was married to my son Tim. She overcame many problems and I am glad she was able to enjoy her life and be true to the lovely person she was. So sad for all of her family and friends.

Erin Willard

September 11, 2019

I don't even know where to begin. I met Jenny through a mutual friend who owned a dog day care. Her dog Vera and my dog Naya played great together and likewise, so did Jenny and I. She was so fun to be around and was the kind of no nonsense friend you need in life! Through the 8 years of our friendship, she was always true to who she was and I loved that about her. She offered her home to me for 2 weeks when I needed a place to stay (I had work in the area). Even after I moved out of state, we stayed in touch! Our last conversation was 2 months ago and we were talking about one of my favorite things, Game of Thrones. She had finally started watching it and loving it, as I knew she would. God, I miss you Jenny.

Brett Serritos

September 9, 2019

Jenny was like a second mother to me when I needed one most in middle school. I have so many great memories being in her household. Chelsea and I were so close and I loved little Asia. Jenny offered me an escape from my home life and let me be who I was meant to be. She was always kind and loving. I miss watching Buffy in her living room. She gave me courage to be myself. We could even throw shade together which is another memory I’ll cherish. She was taken too soon. I’ll always love her and miss her.