Lansing, Michigan.  Born August 12, 1950 in Saginaw, Michigan, passed away Saturday, March 14, 2015 at age 64.  Jeanette worked as a Disability Examiner for the State of Michigan.

Funeral service will be held at 12:00 p.m. on Friday, March 20, 2015 at Mount Hope Church, 202 S. Creyts Rd., Lansing, Michigan, 48917 with Rev. David Williams officiating.  Interment will follow at Evergreen Cemetery in Lansing.  The family will receive friends at the church on Friday for one hour prior to the service.  Memorial contributions in memory of Jeanette may be made to Mount Hope Church.

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29 Messages to “Jeanette Howard”

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    Debra Bridgewater Says:

    I thought of you today, my sweet cousin. I thought about how much you loved God. How you would always have time to say encouraging words. I thought about you today, and I asked Jesus to tell you I love you and we all are running this race!

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    D'Adriewne Pickett Says:

    I am sorry for your loss, I just heard. Jeanette was one of the most sweetest people I knew, with a smile that lights up a room. A powerful prayer warrior, she will be greatly missed.

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    Mary Ellen Ziegler Says:

    Today, I had the honor of meeting Catherine, Jeanette’s daughter, at Evergreen Cemetery where she was visiting her mother’s grave. I had come to visit my husband’s grave, which is close to Jeanette’s. After talking with Catherine and now reading the notes here about her mother, I am thankful that this lovely woman of God, a prayer warrior for His kingdom, is now with Him in glory. How hard it is to let go for those who knew and loved her. I will pray for Catherine and the rest of Jeanette’s family as they grieve the loss of this beautiful woman. I know her legacy will live on as she has touched so many lives with the love of Christ.

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    Nichole Kelley-Korson Says:

    I first met Jeanette at an early morning prayer meeting at Mount Hope Church. Her sweet and gentle spirit and her powerful prayer life immediately drew me to her. We became friends and later, business partners. Her honesty, integrity and dedication permeated every area of her life. She was always one of the first people I came to when I needed Godly wisdom and advice. Her love for her children and grandchildren was evident in how much she talked about them and prayed for them. I was blessed to have her pray for my children as well. Jeanette’s humorous side often made me laugh so hard, I cried. I lover and miss her dearly, but I know that this is only goodbye, for now. Until we meet again my friend, thank you for enriching and blessing my life!!

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