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Our beautiful Mother Jeannette Johnle Streight entered into eternity on Friday October 7, 2022.
We her children know that she was the best of women. We witnessed how forthright she was in the way she lived. She said and did what she meant, and she was unwavering about being straight and good and honest. She was resilient. We were blessed to be loved by her.
She had a way of making people feel loved in the simplest of things. She was most thoughtful in the art of gift giving. Her best gift was her genuine smile. “It doesn’t cost you anything and it just might be the thing to make someone else’s day!”
Jeannette was especially talented in the things she did. She was outstanding in her professional pursuits, being recognized many times for her excellence. She was fortunate to receive a classical education at St. Joseph’s grade school and high school.
Our mother was born in Aberdeen, So. Dakota on May 8, 1939 to her parents Herbert and Elizabeth Johnle. At the age of five or so, she arrived in Ogden by train with her mother to join her older sisters living and working here at the time. She was the youngest of five siblings including Florence, Francis, Herbert, Arthur. All of whom preceded her in death. She had many nieces and nephews who she loved and spoke of often.
Jeannette was also preceded in death by our Father Bohn Leeland Streight, our sister Kasandria and our brother Daniel. She had five grandchildren, seven great grandchildren and two great great grandchildren. She loved each unique one.
As her remaining children, Michael, Aaron and Christine,
we would like to thank all of her caregivers for their thoughtful commitment to her well being. Especially Dr Sutherland, Castell House Calls; Gayle and Brenda. Intermountain Home-care &Hospice; Laura, Marco, Sunny, Anna Marie. Home-spire; Doug, her 24 hr caregiver and Leavitt’s Mortuary; Lydia.
Our family requests that in your kindness you would remember Jeannette by donating in her name to:
Annie Taylor Dee guest house
c/o Intermountain Homecare and Hospice Foundation
PO Box 26722
SLC, Ut 84126
Internment will be at a later date to provide for family members to arrange travel etc. to Ogden.
Please remember her and our family in your prayers.
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