Posted by Sylvia Kuennen on April 11, 2021
Remembering: Jennie, Remembering you and all the wonderful contributions you made to Briar Cliff and the social work program. I remember your family coming for your graduation and what a happy occasion it was. Sylvia Kuennen, Professor of Social Work, retired. 
Posted by Raul Daniel on April 10, 2021
I learned today (10 April 2021) of Jenny's passing after Mass. My prayers go out for the repose of her soul & for the healing & comfort of her brothers & sisters & especially Maria, her mother. God protect you all & give you strength .
Posted by Glenda Nixon on April 9, 2021
Thank you for posting so many fabulous photos of Jennie - she was a world traveler and connected to so many people! And she had a great sense of humor and playfulness. Our deepest condolences to the Munoz family at this really difficult time of loss. Jennie was a bright light.
Our love and prayers,
The Nixon family
Posted by Maria Eugenia on April 7, 2021
Jenny cuando vi tu noticia de que nos dejaste se me cayó el alma y desde enontces me llega recuerdos desde el día que yo te conocí hasta el día de hoy todos esos momentos que juntas compartimos y de esas ideologías que los dos coincidímos pero la verdad es que juntas hicimos cosas maravillosas juntas compartimos nuestro corazón incondicionalmente para hacer esos servicios sociales y de caridad a esas familias que necesitaban nuestra ayuda en tu memoria todas esas personas deseamos que estés en el mejor lugar que descanses en paz mi querida Jenny nunca te olvidaré fuiste para mí más que una amiga.
Posted by Joe Lyons on April 7, 2021
Jennie, It's been nearly 21 years since we last saw each other as we graduated from Briar Cliff. I was in complete shock to see the post that you had passed. I can still see your big smile when we crossed paths on campus. You were a kind, compassionate, and cool person that brightened the world. I hope your family and friends find God's love as they mourn your loss. The world may not be as bright as once was, but Heaven had gained a bright star/angel. May you rest in peach and perpetual light shine upon you. 
Posted by Dominque Grisby on April 7, 2021
Jennie, I am so sad that you are no longer with us. I watched as you pushed forward while going through treatment and I really admired your strength. I will miss your bright smile and witty sense of humor. Although we wished you had stayed with us longer, God needed you more. Rest well.
Posted by Gregory Adams on April 7, 2021
I was shocked and saddened to learn of Jennie's untimely death. She was a wonderful colleague and delightful friend who never failed to lift the spirits of everyone around her during our three years together in Caracas. I can only imagine the distress of her family and close friends for having lost her so soon, and my sympathies are with them. But in my grief I find it hard to remember Jennie without smiling, even if just a little, and trust that everyone who had the privilege of knowing her feels the same way.
Posted by Zvart Yegavian on April 6, 2021
Dear Jennie, even though we didn't work closely, but your memory will always stay with me. I am so sorry and shocked that you had to leave this earth so early, but I guess when the final call comes, we all have to follow it... May God rest your soul in peace and console your loved ones during this difficult time. Rest in eternal peace.

Former US Embassy employee, Khartoum, Sudan
Posted by Lubna Gadalla on April 6, 2021
Dear Jenne we are completely shocked in Sudan.... Omg dear you are still too young.... May your soul rest in peace.... You were so genuine original and above everything human.... I cannot believe till now.... You are greatly missed dear... Pray for your soul always :(
A candle of humanity switched off today omg shocking
Lubna Gadalla
Former IRM... US DOS employee
Posted by Shirley Fineran on April 5, 2021
I had hoped to have a long and wonderful conversation with Jennie soon, but that was not to be - in this time space. Jennie was a special and unique woman. She had a fire that burned within her that she carried with her as she served others and lightened the heart of those she met along life's journey. I was privileged to be her social work professor and advisor/mentor at Briar Cliff University. I will always have a special place in my heart, Jennie, for your smiling and beautiful spirit. My prayers and sympathy to her family and friends. May special memories sustain you during this time of loss.     
Sister Shirley Fineran, OSF
Posted by Cynthia Echeverria on April 5, 2021
You called me "sister," as I did you; It's because you treated your friends like sisters and brothers and in your absence sealed a larger family. I miss you so much Jennie. I'm thankful for the times you were fun, sassy, determined, vulnerable, and spiritual. In all of it - you gave so much of you to make people feel special. I'm still in shock, because I didn't think this day would come. And in the window to God that you were, I will find comfort in knowing you are still with us.

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