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Phoenix Memorial Park & Mortuary

200 West Beardsley Road, Phoenix, AZ

OBITUARY

Jeannette Agnes Messler

January 20, 1927November 6, 2019
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Our Mom, Jeannette Messler, born January 20, 1927, went to be with her Lord and Savior 11/6/2019.

Jeannette was born in Grafton, Ohio, where she grew up and went to high school. It was in Ohio where she met and married her husband of 46 years, Robert Messler. Jeannette and her husband Bob lived in many states, finally settling here in Phoenix in 1980.

Jeannette was a great Mom and a wonderful Grandma and Great-Grandma! She was very active and really loved golf. She golfed in the ladies club at Bellaire Golf course, up until the age of 87.

She was preceded in death by her husband Bob in 1993. She is survived by her 4 children. Son Don (Cindi), daughters Barbara Stifter, Kathy (Bob) McNeill and Judy (David) Denmon. She is also survived by 10 grandchildren and 18 great-grandchildren.

Our Mom, Grandma, and Nana was loved by all and will truly be missed!

Mass will be at Our Lady of the Valley (3220 W. Greenway Rd.) on Monday November 18th, followed by a short graveside service at Phoenix Memorial Park (200 W. Beardsley Rd.), followed by a luncheon back at Our Lady of the Valley.

Services

17 November

Visitation

3:00 pm - 5:30 pm

Phoenix Memorial Park and Mortuary

Chapel

200 W. Beardsley Rd.
Phoenix, Arizona 85027

17 November

Rosary Service

5:30 pm - 6:00 pm

Phoenix Memorial Park and Mortuary

Chapel

200 W. Beardsley Rd.
Phoenix, Arizona 85027

18 November

Funeral Mass

11:00 am - 12:00 pm

Our Lady of the Valley Church

3220 W. Greenway Rd.
Phoenix, Arizona 85053

18 November

Graveside Committal

1:00 pm - 1:30 pm

Phoenix Memorial Park

Cemetery

200 W. Beardsley Rd.
Phoenix, Arizona 85027

18 November

Reception

2:00 pm

Our Lady of the Valley Church

3220 W. Greenway Rd.
Phoenix, Arizona 85053

Memories

Jeannette Agnes Messler

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Michael Stifter

November 14, 2019

Grandma has a golden heart and the most loving spirit that will live eternally. My memories of her will always be of the old days when the family was all together as one loving unit, especially during the Holidays! My least favorite memories were when she yelled my full name....as I knew then I was in hot water again. Now when I look up into the dark sky I know the brightest of the twinkling stars is my Grandma winking at me as she’s reunited with my Grandpa’s guardian spirit! With tears in my eyes and warmth in my heart may your soul rest in peace! With Love Michael

Anna Zucharo

November 13, 2019

We all miss you.

Debbie Dickerson

November 11, 2019

It was a pleasure meeting you. I loved our conversations while doing your hair.. Your such a beautiful woman heart and soul. I will miss you and you amazing smile..

Jeff Mcneill

November 11, 2019

Grandma you were always there for us grandkids when we were growing up. The many family reunions and thanksgiving days we shared in the house with you and grandpa will be missed. You always had a place for me to come over and get some food after school and play with the local kids that lived on the block while having countless pool parties with friends. You are forever loved.

Robert McNeill

November 10, 2019

Such a beautiful woman and mother as a son in law was always a member of family who I called Freddie RIP mom always missed never forgotten LU

Adam Messler

November 10, 2019

I always had a good time hanging out with my grams. I miss the old days in the old house eating goulash and peanut butter bread. Even in her last few years, she loved sitting out front on the porch and drinking her Starbucks. I'll miss seeing her but she is now resting easy with gramps enjoying that life once again.

Kathy Mcneill

November 10, 2019

Mom, Thank you for all you taught me, for all the fun times we shared, for being you. I love you more than you could ever know. I miss you everyday. Rest In Peace and love Mom. Say hello to Dad. I love you. Kathy❤️❤️❤️