Jenny M. Hare

June 10, 1958May 16, 2019
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Jenny M. Hare, age 60, of Hiram, Georgia passed away on Thursday, May 16, 2019. Jenny was born June 10, 1958 in Atlanta, Georgia.

Jenny is survived by her husband, David Hare; daughter Candice Harnage; daughter Ashley Wang; and daughter Karen Hare; brother Steve Murell, sister Vernice Little, sister Sandra Williams, brother Mark Murell, brother David Murell and sister Kay Johnson.

A memorial service for Jenny will be held on Tuesday, May 28, 2019 at 1:00 PM in the Chapel of Eternal Hills Funeral Home, Snellville.


  • David Hare, Husband
  • Candice Harnage, Daughter
  • Ashley Wang, Daughter
  • Karen Hare, Daughter
  • Steve Murell, Brother
  • Vernice Little, Sister
  • Sandra Williams, Sister
  • Mark Murell, Brother
  • David Murell, Brother
  • Kay Johnson, Sister
  • Jenny also leaves 6 grandchildren to cherish her memory.


  • Memorial Service Tuesday, May 28, 2019
  • Memorial Service Tuesday, May 28, 2019


Jenny M. Hare

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Priscilla Nelms

May 27, 2019

Jenny was an incredible person and a great friend. We would fall in and out of contact but would always pick up as if it was just the other day that we had spoke. I know she loved her family so much and I know everyone misses her. I loved her laugh and will miss her smile.
I wish I had one more opportunity to enjoy both

Wayne Harris

May 27, 2019

Zion Baptist Church in Stone Mountain, Ga. is making a donation in memory of Jenny to the Georgia Baptist Children's Home.
Our sympathies and prayers are extended to her family. We will continue to lift them in prayer asking God's comfort and blessing as they mourn the loss of a special loved ones.

Pamela Little

May 26, 2019

Growing up, we were a group of 8 kids. From aunt and uncles, cousins, and siblings, the span of age difference is 9 years. Jenny and her twin David being the oldest to me being the youngest. We spent time together during the summers at either My grandmothers house or our house, I have so many memories of time spent playing hide and seek, late night horror movie marathons, shelling beans, 8 of us crammed in the back of a pick up truck traveling from GA to NY for a family reunion, and so much more. When Jenny got married and started her family, I would spend time during the summer with her. With each passing year the maturing bond of our relationship grew in love, encouragement and support.

Some of my more cherished memories are those as of late. The family gatherings at our home. I loved Jenny coming over and spending the weekend with us several times each year. Taking the lead as head chef, hanging out, teaching little Hannah to cook. She loved spending time with her family. She loved her family unconditionally; so giving and caring. She loved her children and grandchildren!

I am so incredibly sad at the loss of her here for now. God’s promise is to be absent from the body is to be present with the Lord. I know that l’ll see her again one day and that she is free from those burdens that weighed her down.

We miss your laughter, your wit, your love, support... we will miss you, but never forget you!

I love you so very much Aunt Jenny! ❤️

Jeff Johnson

May 23, 2019

My heart aches knowing that many more good memories with Jenny will not happen. I'll miss her laugh, laughing with her, and her hugs. She and I shared a love of music and food. She was a great chef, I was the great eater. She inspired me and shared some of her cooking methods. And with all the great variety, all she had to say to me is "turnip greens" or "salsa" and I was all over it. She was always thoughtful of others. She never forgot my birthday and always sent a funny card that gave me a good laugh. She and Kay certainly shared the gift of gab. They talked regularly for so long that Kay's ear would be cherry red. Always cracked me up. Jenny had great wit and delivery. Reunions and Holidays will never be the same, but we'll carry on for her. I'm thankful that I knew Jenny for 18 years, but am going to forever miss her. Sing with the angels sis! I love you.

Nancy Barden Jankoski

May 23, 2019

My family and the Murell family lived across the street from each other and our parents were life long friends, so the Murell ids and the Barden kids grew up together and went to the same schools. Jenny and her twin brother were less than a year younger than me. We played together when our families visited each others homes and attended many milestone life events for each other. Jenny was a nice girl and a good person to know and hang out with during our youth. She will be greatly missed. May she rest in peace and may the memories of her bring comfort to her family.

Pam Hare

May 22, 2019

Jenny and I have been Sister in laws for many years. Family vacations to Florida were always a hoot with Jenny. Playing cards, cooking together, walks on the beach and using popsicles on our sunburns. After the Family vacations stopped we didn’t end our love for each other, but sadly our visits were very slim. When we did see each other we just picked up were we left off. Jenny’s Girls and Grandkids were her life. She loved them so much!!!
I will always cherish our times together and your smile. 💜 you Jenny

Kay Johnson

May 22, 2019

My sister, my life long partner and best heart has been shattered and life has been forever changed with you gone. Jenny had a big heart, she cared about people and always put others first; she would give you her last dollar or the shirt off her back... and she was like that her whole life. I remember my father saying once, long after we had left home, how she was a giving person and that as a teenager he would give her some money for something she needed, but sometimes she would be back sooner than he expected asking for more money because she gave it to someone else, who she thought needed it more than her. Family was very important to her and she was so proud of her kids and grandkids.

Jenny's love language was food. Before any family get together, she would look for new recipes to cook for us to try something new (or for her to try and us to be her taste testers). If she had people to cook for, she was a happy girl; give her full run of your kitchen and that was heaven on earth to her. Both parties were benefactors in those cases: she could use a kitchen the way she dreamed of being able to (especially if you had "gadgets" she didn't); and you were presented with a meal that was so good.

Jenny was the life of the party and never knew it because she wasn't trying to be, it was just her having a good time and making sure everyone else her laugh, she did have an infectious laugh.

Life will not be the same without Jenny, she will be forever in my heart and a part of me. I find comfort in knowing that she is now at peace and free. Until I see her again....

David Murell

May 22, 2019

Being Jenny's "other half" twin brother has given me the blessing to have many memories of her, but I hardly know where to begin. Knowing that she is no longer on this earth and I will not see her at the next family gathering is unbelievable. I will miss her smile, laugh and her good cooking, she was a great cook. When I could not make it to a reunion, Thanksgiving or Christmas gathering she would get mad at the fact that I could not get off work. She wanted her family to be together and she cherished those times. Growing up it was always me and Jenny and Kay since we were the last 3 of the litter of 7, going on vacation together to see Mother's family up north. Those were some good times. If the subject came up about who was born first I was quick to say "I was!" and I think one time she came back with "yeah but I'm better looking". Can't argue with that. She had a personality like no other, her smile, laugh and quirkiness. I always sensed that she was protective of me when something would happen or come up. That's how she was, worrying about everybody else, wanting to help you solve your problems or share your burdens. Jenny no longer has any worries or burdens, I will miss her until I see her again.


May 21, 2019

How I wish I had one more talk with you Jenny. Last spoke April 29, 2019. The thought of that being our last never crossed my mind. I'm truly thankful how you assisted me once I became part of the garage door business family. At the beginning you called me one day not to get a price nor find out availability of product, you called just to see how I was doing. That is a team player within our work environment. So Thoughtful, Blessed. I was overly joyed when you came to church with me not too
long ago. We prayed and gave thanks. You my friend will be missed deeply.

Family members and friends. I am praying for you all during this difficult time. What a special lady she was and we all are going to miss her. May we hold her memories close to our hearts.

The Lord is close to the brokenhearted. He saves those whose spirits have been crushed. Psalm 34:18

Shari Murell

May 21, 2019

Jenny, I’m going to miss you. Your smile, your laugh and your quick sense of humor. Family reunions won’t be the same. I know this is just until we meet again. Love you.