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Emily Jean Pine
Date of Death: April 20, 2010
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Jean Pine Emily Jean Ward Pine, 77, of Winchester, Virginia, died Tuesday, April 20, 2010, in her home. A loving wife, mother and grandmother, Mrs. Pine was born in 1932, in Marlow, West Virginia, the daughter of the late Joseph and Mary Ward. She was a graduate of Martinsburg High School and attended John Robert …
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Derek left a message on January 30, 2013:
Aunt Jean no doubt is holding Tracy in her loving arms after being met by Grandaddy and "Mamaw." She is also probably singing 3 part harmony as she had done so many times with my mother and Aunt Ruby. Aunt Jean was a beautifull, intelligent woman and helpmeet to Uncle Chuck, a role model. I regret not spending time with her in her later years but will always remember her driving that beautiful red and white Dodge and her Thanksgiving feasts.
sarah left a message on January 30, 2013:
It saddened me greatly to hear of Jean's death. She was a wonderful person, and a joy to be around. She will be missed by all who knew and loved her. Jean and I became friend's through our church in 1992 and even closer as we were leaders together in Bible Study Fellowship, and in Mary-Martha circle. I regret that I am out of state and unable to attend her memorial service. I send my deepest sympathy to Chuck, Kim , Glen , her beautiful grand daughters she loved so much, and other family. Sarah Mosher
Philip left a message on January 30, 2013:
I was sorry to learn of Jean Ward Pine passing today. I knew the entire Ward family. My grandmother and her grandmother were sisters. Both were Pearls. I grew up in Marlowe, born in 1940, and knew Jean, Rudy and Pearl and their families. My deepist sympathy to all of the family and I will remember you in my prayers. Phil Fearnow
Derek Slonaker left a message on April 21, 2010:
Aunt Jean no doubt is holding Tracy in her loving arms after being met by Grandaddy and "Mamaw." She is also probably singing 3 part harmony as she had done so many times with my mother and Aunt Ruby. Aunt Jean was a beautifull, intelligent woman and helpmeet to Uncle Chuck, a role model. I regret not spending time with her in her later years but will always remember her driving that beautiful red and white Dodge and her Thanksgiving feasts.
sarah mosher left a message on April 22, 2010:
It saddened me greatly to hear of Jean's death. She was a wonderful person, and a joy to be around. She will be missed by all who knew and loved her. Jean and I became friend's through our church in 1992 and even closer as we were leaders together in Bible Study Fellowship, and in Mary-Martha circle. I regret that I am out of state and unable to attend her memorial service. I send my deepest sympathy to Chuck, Kim , Glen , her beautiful grand daughters she loved so much, and other family. Sarah Mosher
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Philip Fearnow left a message on April 27, 2010:
I was sorry to learn of Jean Ward Pine passing today. I knew the entire Ward family. My grandmother and her grandmother were sisters. Both were Pearls. I grew up in Marlowe, born in 1940, and knew Jean, Rudy and Pearl and their families. My deepist sympathy to all of the family and I will remember you in my prayers. Phil Fearnow
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