Jean
Greece: Wednesday, August 11, 2010. Predeceased by her husband, Donald Rodwell. Survived by her sons, Thomas Rodwell, Edward Rodwell, Michael (Elaine); grandchildren, Graham & Patrick; sisters, Peggy Look, Marie Curtis, Helen (Jack)Redmond, Sue (Joe) Falzetti; sister-in-law, Isabelle Rodwell; several nieces, nephews, great-nieces and great-nephews; dear friends. No prior calling. Her Funeral Service will be held Tuesday 9:30 AM in the funeral home chapel of Vay-Schleich & Meeson Funeral Home, 1075 Long Pond Road, Greece Chapel. Interment, Oakwood Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to St. John's Home or Hildebrandt Hospice in her memory.

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  1. Although we didn’t get the chance to reconnect in the last few years, I never closed the place in my heart that was reserved for you. You are a grandmother who taught me that growing up and finding a place in the world could be fun, exciting, and rewarding.

    I will always cherish the holidays, birthdays, and special afternoons ‘at the playground’ that you gifted to me with your time. Without the love and nourishment from a wonderful ‘grandma’, I wouldn’t be nearly as successful as I am today.

    With love,

    Patrick

  2. Dear Ed and family, Joanne called me yesterday and told me about your mom’s passing. We reminisced and had some good laughs about the times she had to put up with our shenanigans. What a great and loviningly patient woman she was. I can still see her giving us that special look she had when we were into something. It was priceless.
    Am sorry for your loss, I still think about all of you from time to time.
    Sincerely , Mark

  3. Grandma:
    Thank you for all the weekends and birthday dinners and holidays at your place. I will never forget all the nice things you did for me growing up. You will always hold a special place in my heart.
    Your Grandson,
    Graham Rodwell

  4. Well, I don’t even know where to begin. I met Jean though Home Instead where I was an aide. We hit it right off from the beginning. We had a relationship as if we were mother and daughter I would take her to stores and doctors. I also cleaned and cooked for her. I loved Jean with all my heart and I am very saddened by her death. I met Tom and Ed a few times but never got the privilige to meet any other family members. We would sometimes sit and talk and laugh together. She had a beautiful smile. I wish I could make her services but I am working Tues. Please know how very sorry I am. She will truly be missed by me and I am sure many others. Jean will forver live in my heart. I love you, Jean. Maybe we will meet again someday. God bless and my prayers go out to her family and friends.

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