Jen was a figthter and refused to give up, she kept a positive attitude that kept everyone around her uplifted.
The most important thing in her life was family.
Jen loved to fish and hunt when she was still able to.
She loved anything Native American from pictures to dolls.
She loved the animals that she had at various times of her life.
Jen is survived by husband, Randy of twenty years, her son Sean Robertson, two daughters Nicole and Della, three grandchildren, one due in November.
She also leaves behind her mother Joanne McIntyre, grandmother Betty McIntyre, brother Jeremy McIntyre and her mother-in-law Patti Comer.
She has a large, extended family on both sides, numerous aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and cousins, too many to mention.
The family would like to thank Dr. Henry Mroch for his years of care, Kidney Dialysis Center, and the doctors and nurses at Sacred Heart Medical Center, especially on her final stay.
You are all guardian angels and made her passing easier — Thank You.
A special thanks to Dan Benker, you have been very helpful.
A celebration of Jen’s life and potluck will be held August 3rd at Mission Park at 1:00 p.m. ‘Til We Meet Again…
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