Hodgkins Lymphoma Awareness

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Reply jeannie
9:28 PM on December 2, 2013 

To Jen's family,      Jen is thought of often.  My family walked in the LLS Philly 2013 in memory of Jen.  She helped me get through HL & she was an incredible person who was an inspiration & fought hard.  She will never be forgotten & we will walk every year thinking of her.   God Bless,            jeannie from PA

Reply rubberducky@roadrunner.com
12:26 AM on October 31, 2011 

Dear Violet and Tom,

Missing you both very much, knowing that the year anniversary is coming up, and hoping we can see each other before that time. Missed seeing you this summer. know you have been ill and dealing with a lot, know you are always on my heart and in my prayers. I miss my little Jen too. God bless and keep you both, Hugs and kisses. call me when you can.

Love,

Wendy

Reply jeannie
7:46 PM on October 8, 2011 

Thinking of Jen at this time, and her family.            Oct 22, 2011 my family and I will be walking in the LLS Light the Night Walk in Philadelphia.  We will be remembering Jen and will walk in her memory every year.   Jen helped me get through my Hodgkins and I will never forget her.     God Bless her family.   jeannie from PA

Reply jeannie
5:07 PM on April 19, 2011 

I heard the Sarah MacLachlan song today,   Jen's song.  It made me cry at first thinking about Jen being gone.  And then smile knowing that she is an angel in heaven.  Jen helped so many people.  Jen helped me get through Hodgkins and I am in remission now and I think of her often.  Jen was a fighter, an amazing woman who is missed by so many people.  Her website is so helpful for those of us with Hodgkins.   I will never forget her.  I will walk in her memory at the Philadelphia LLS - Light the Night Walk every year.   To Jen's family,  please know that all that knew Jen miss her and have been inspired by her :   and I keep you in my daily prayers so that happy memories of Jen   -    soon will lessen the pain in your hearts.   Take care & God Bless.        jeannie from PA

Reply rubberducky@roadrunner.com
10:37 AM on April 14, 2011 

Hi Vi and Tom,

Just want you to know I am thinking about you, Jen will always be in my heart, i miss her very much. my prayers and thoughts are with you always. call me anytime. I love you both very much. love you,

Wendy

Reply Susan
7:03 PM on February 10, 2011 

To Jenn's family....I was thinking about Jenn today and thought I'd stop by and let you know that she has not been forgotten.  Her resilience and fighting spirit will always be remembered.  Sending you all healing prayers and hoping that your days are filled with memories of the happier days in Jenn's life that you all shared.  I know that her much-loved Jack will know what a special Aunt he had in Jenn.

Susan (mom of a HL survivor)

Reply mom2zachy@msn.com
12:16 AM on December 26, 2010 

 I'm so sad to hear of Jen's passing. I have followed her for several years. I have multiple myeloma and we shared emails about living with cancer. Knowing her really made me appreciate things. What an amazing warrior she was. One can only wish for the loving and caring family she had. Chrissy in NJ

Reply Yvonne
9:21 PM on December 25, 2010 

I am so sorry to hear Jennifer passed away.  What an amazing young woman!  Peace be with you.

Reply jeannie
12:27 AM on December 24, 2010 

To Jennifer's family -   I am so sad to hear about your loss.  Jen is an inspiration to all of us with lymphoma.  She sure gave it a great fight.  I am so sad to hear about her being gone,  I know that she is an angel in heaven.  I've never met her in person, but we met on this site a few years ago when I was diagnosed with Hodgkins and kept in touch that way;  I feel like I've lost a good friend.  I wish I had the privilage of knowing her in person.   She had a great love of family and that was evident in all of her entries.  I especially liked the her first time auntie "getting ready for baby"   entries ,  she would always post what week the pregnancy was - she was so happy for her sister and so proud to be an aunt.  She loved life to the fullest an made such an inpact on other people's lives,  mine being one of them.   I will miss you, Jen.   To the family, my prayers and thoughts are with you.  And know that every year Oct. Light the Night Walk -  I will forever be walking for Jen in Philadelphia.   I will never forget her.    Take care ,  God Bless.  

jeannie from PA

Reply Pat Parent
10:21 AM on November 29, 2010 

I just found out about Jen's death.... I am so sad to hear she died, but I know she is in heaven because she truly was an angel... but where she is, she will no longer suffer.

 

To her family, I am so sorry for your loss.  She truly was an amazing young, beautiful woman who had enormous courage and who was very sweet....  I worked with her for a short time and I always admired her upbeat, friendly personality.  She always very helpful.  I remember the first time I spoke to her, I thought what a nice, friendly girl!! 

 

This world will not be the same without Jen.. 

 

 Love, hugs and prayers to her family, Pat.