ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Jeanette Davidson. We will remember her forever.

Jeanette M. Davidson, formerly of Schenectady, passed suddenly on Saturday, January 10, 2021. Jeanette will be remembered as a kind and loving woman, who was always willing to help others. She was thoughtful and always had a way of brightening a room. 

Due to the pandemic, services will be planned at a later date. Please share your memories of her with us here. 

Posted by Barb Vanbeusichem on January 19, 2021
Words cannot begin to express our sorrow for the loss of our beloved niece and cousin .
Jeanette will live forever in our hearts
A Beautiful Soul is never Forgotten 
Please accept our Heartfelt Sympathies 
Sending Prayers, Hugs and All our Love, XOXOXO 
Martha, Bob, Patty, Barb, Hank and Carol

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Posted by Barb Vanbeusichem on January 19, 2021
Words cannot begin to express our sorrow for the loss of our beloved niece and cousin .
Jeanette will live forever in our hearts
A Beautiful Soul is never Forgotten 
Please accept our Heartfelt Sympathies 
Sending Prayers, Hugs and All our Love, XOXOXO 
Martha, Bob, Patty, Barb, Hank and Carol
her Life
Jeanette graduated from Berne-Knox-Westerlo, then went on to gain her BA from Hope College. She worked for many years at Kingsway Arms Nursing Center, before returning to school to gain her MA in education from University of Albany. She started a teaching career that she loved at St. John’s the Evangelist school. After many years teaching she changed careers again to work for the NY Department of Unemployment. In her free time she enjoyed curling with the Albany Curling club and gardening, becoming a Master Gardener. She loved music, learning piano and recently taking up the Ukulele. She was active in the Reformed church of America. She also loved a good book!
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Childhood Memory

Shared by Barb Vanbeusichem on January 19, 2021
My fondest memory of Jeanette was when we were kids!
Jeanette, Sharlene, My sister Patty and I would all get together and go to the local Soda Shop in East Berne . ( I think it was called Duke's) We didn't live in the same towns so it gave us a chance to catch up with one another ...
We would have so much fun, playing the juke box, drinking cokes and practice smoking cigarettes
We didn't know how to inhale; we would choke and laugh so hard !!! 
If our parents only knew we'd never see the light of day much less each other ! (LOL)

I was also Blessed with a recent visit from my Dear Cousin in which we did alot of reminiscing and for that I will be forever grateful 
She will be missed but never forgotten
Love you Jeanette