I'm always anxious thinking I'm not living my life to the fullest, you know? Taking advantage of every possibility? Just making sure that I'm not wasting one second of the little time I have. - Jennifer recently shared on Facebook.
  • 20 years old
  • Born on September 14, 1992 in Santa Fe, New Mexico, United States.
  • Passed away on February 23, 2013 in New Mexico, United States.

This memorial website was created in the memory of our loved one, Jennifer Bobrick, 20, born on September 14, 1992 and passed away on February 23, 2013. We will remember her forever.

Posted by John Bobrick on February 23, 2017
Jen Another Four Years Hurts Like Hell. We Love You and Miss You!
Someday We Will Be Together Again! I Think of You Always!
Posted by John Bobrick on September 14, 2016
Happy Birthday Jen! We Love You and Miss You just the Same!
You are IN MY HEART ALWAYS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Posted by Diane Finley on February 24, 2014
Amy, John and Eric, I hope that soon you'll only remember when Jennifer lived, not when she died. My thoughts are with you.
Posted by Kaitlynn Van Kampen on February 22, 2014
I can't believe it's been a year tomorrow.
Not a day goes by that I don't think about you or dream about you. I miss your bright light that was felt anytime around you. I won't ever forget our amazing travels together and the memories we made. I know you're up there somewhere painting our sunsets and dancing with the stars. I will never forget you and I can't wait to meet you up in heaven.
Posted by Jordan Lois on September 29, 2013
Dear Bobrick Family, I was so shocked and saddened to hear this news. Each of my Oxbow students carries a sweet memory for me, but Jennifer was a particularly bright spark. I want to send you the most warmth, the most love and provide some source of peace in knowing that your daughter's lasting memories within Oxbow's family will continue to grow. You have spirited stewards here for you.
Posted by Mark Massick on August 11, 2013
John & Amy, Susan & I were so stunned to learn about Jennifer. We have been there so much and seen her grow from a little girl to a beautiful woman. We almost feel like we lost a family member of our own. We are so sorry for your loss, and wish we had known sooner. We would have certainly been there for you. Angels are called home all the time, sometimes way too soon. Jennifer was an Angel
Posted by Angie Cross on March 7, 2013
John and Amy,
Don and I are so sadden to hear the news from Beth about your beautiful daughter. Words seem so insignificant at times like this. Please know that we have offered up Mass and Rosaries for her and for your family. Although we are many miles from Santa Fe, our friends there are still very much part of our extended family. God Bless
Posted by Linda Beyers on March 1, 2013
Amy, John, and Eric,
 I love Jen's last post! You know for sure that she realized each day was a gift and did live each one to the fullest. That is what we all want for our loved ones. I can't think of any better words to leave as your last. You can tell from all the pictures that she truly did live each day full of fun and joy, and was loved by all.
Posted by Sierra Champion on February 28, 2013
Jenn,  Not sure if you remember but I most certainly remember you and Lauren being at the teen health center when I found out the biggest news of my life. That I was expecting! I was mortified that I had run into people who I knew, and you can narrow down why someone is there. You gave me a reassuring smile while I was freaking out on the inside.that smile really helped. So thank you! RIP
Posted by Michael/Ralph/Presley/Kat... on February 27, 2013

We are thinking about you and your family...we are so sorry for your loss...
Posted by Kathy Kuencer on February 27, 2013
Beloved, special, precious, luminous, unique, creative Jennifer. You are in my heart where I will keep your special light to help guide me through dark times. Love you for the special being you are.
Posted by Eileen Richardson on February 27, 2013
Amy and John,
You are in our prayers...
Eileen and Fred Richardson
Posted by Diane Finley on February 27, 2013
Amy and John, no words are adequate. I am so sorry for your loss - Amy was a sweet and lively girl.
Posted by Cedar Mccarthy on February 27, 2013
I will never forget the day we took the train to the zoo, the whole time we were singing along to owl city and laughing so hard. At the saw we saw an ostridge do a very disgusting thing an of course we thought it was the funniest thing in the world. Your big beautiful smile and quirky laugh will forever be in my heart. much love Jen<3
Posted by Lori Andrews on February 27, 2013
How fortunate I was to be Jennifer's art teacher for three years at SFHS. She was such a talented, artistic and inquisitive student. She was my friend too, and I am so happy I gave her the advise to attend the Oxbow School, an enriching experience for her indeed! There are no words for this loss; but know she was loved.
Posted by Ryan Mulcahy on February 26, 2013
Jen was one of the most unique people i have ever meet, even through out all of my world travels. She had a certain glow about her that no one else had. She was ALWAYS happy and never had a bad thing to say about anyone. She made me feel special for being here friend, my last conversation with her really made an impact on me. I love Jen and I know you are in a good place.
Posted by Katie Vadurro on February 26, 2013
it seems silly all the nights we hid from the cold in Jenn's car, planning for the night ahead. All 8 girls filled her car, cigarette smoke and excitement fill the air. Jenn's music played as we all screamed... I will miss those nights. I will miss piling into her car and all being together. But we will see you soon baby girl.
Posted by Ron Christ on February 26, 2013
A beautiful young lady taken from us way too soon....God must have needed another angel. We were so impressed with her "joie de vivre" when we met her last summer. Our deepest condolences to you and all who loved her.
Posted by Beth Kerpon on February 26, 2013
John and Amy,
Jennifer left at such an early life. She will be greatly missed. Our thoughts, prayers and strength are with you at this difficult time.
Posted by Eric James on February 26, 2013
I love you sister.
Posted by Heather Taylor on February 26, 2013
Amy, John and Eric:
I am so incredibly saddened to hear of your loss. After looking at the pictures of Jennifer's life that have been posted on this website, and reading the stories, it is even clearer to me how beautiful and vibrant she was! Her light will always shine in everything and everyone she touched. Much love to you all, Heather
Posted by Allie Fullerton on February 26, 2013
I remember Jennifer mostly from Santa Fe High, where she was a friend to everyone. She would walk into a room and laugh with her brilliant smile. She was always so happy and accomplished. Jennifer made a difference in every life she touched. She will be forever missed, but everyone's memory of her, and stories with her will live forever. My prayers and condolences go out to her family.
Posted by Sonja Dangler on February 26, 2013
amy, john, and eric:
I am so sorry to hear of the loss of your beautiful daughter and sister. From the loss of my own sister, I know a little bit about the incredible pain and sadness that is left after a beautiful person has been taken from our world too soon. My thoughts and prayers are with you all and of course, with Jen.
Posted by Skip Hemperley on February 26, 2013
We would like to wish our sincere condolences on the recent loss of such a vibrant young lady! Our prayers are with you and may God bless you and comfort you during this time." As you do not know the path of the wind or how the body is formed in a mothers womb, so you can not understand the work of God the Maker of all things." Ecclesiastes 11:5. Love, Skip, Billie & Michelle Hemperley
Posted by Johnny Gabaldon on February 26, 2013
John, Amy, and family,

He makes me lie down in green pastures, he leads me beside quiet waters, he refreshes my soul. Psalm 23:2-3

Our deepest condolences to you and your family.
Posted by Paula Mahan on February 26, 2013
John and Amy, We could never express how truly sorry we are to hear about the loss of your beautiful daughter! We send our condolences and we will keep you in our prayers, in hoping that we can help ease this time of grief. She will be missed by all her family and friends, but there will always be those wonderful memories to hold close to your heart.
Posted by Tracy Hilton on February 26, 2013
Even though I met her once I knew she was a special person. She was so open and so sure of herself. So sorry for your loss and prayers and thinking of all of you. You are all wonderful and God will get you through this . Love to you all
Posted by Earlene Groseclose on February 26, 2013
Dear Amy and family,  We are so saddened to hear about the loss of Jen, she was a very special young woman. I will always remember Jen's smile and how she loved to laugh, Her creativity and unique style; it was all Jen, she walked to the beat of a different drum. You are in our prayers; may God's presence be near and be of great comfort.
Posted by Linda Jacobson on February 25, 2013
So sad to lose such a talented young lady. We send our love to her family and friends.We miss her already and will think of her often, knowing that she is not far away.
Posted by Stacy Kelly on February 25, 2013
I want to express my sympathy to Jennifer's family & friends. I see from the pictures that she was a fun young lady.
I'd like to leave some words of encouragement for you to rest on. God's word the bible provides us with a sure hope that he will wipe out death and sorrow forever and that Jehovah God will resurrect all those asleep in death to a paradise earth. *Revelation 21:3-4.
Posted by Stephen Thomas on February 25, 2013
I know I speak for everyone in the Oxbow School community when I share my shock and sadness over the loss of this talented young woman. During her time with us, Jennifer found her voice, that 'artist within', and began on a path towards becoming an art therapist. We will all miss her wonderful spirit. We extend our deep sympathy to her family and friends.
Posted by Luann Duffie on February 25, 2013
What a beautiful young lady! I admired her even when she was very young and wise. I'll never forget her coming to my house when all my grandchildren were there. All of them were sqawlling and balling no one could be pacified. We all joked with Jenny about this is the best reason to wait a very long time to have children. And she said yeah maybe never!
Posted by Carol Imrie-Mui on February 25, 2013
A BEAUTIFUL DAY @ OXBOW w/ ARTIST, Jennifer Bobrick! Lauren woke up unusually early @ her Grandma's house in Napa Valley & expressed " I want to VISIT my buddy, Jennifer" @ the notable Oxbow Art School! We had the honor & privilege to enter the "INCREDIBLE ART WORLD of GIFTED "Jenn"- TALENT to be recognized! I'll make it my mission, darling Jennifer!! All my LOVE FOREVER,
Posted by Lauren Eustice on February 25, 2013
Jenn and I call eachother Minnetonka. How we got that name was one day we were sitting behind echo eating ice cream and we were SOOOO hyper. I always loved her moccasin shoes with the brand name "Minnetonka" we stared saying Minnetonka in weird voices over and over running around until it finally stuck. That would forever be our name. She gave me a pair every year for my birthday. <3
Posted by Rose Lopez-Brown on February 25, 2013
Dear Amy & family, Our deepest condolences on the loss of your beautiful daughter. We still remember seeing you at Ski Santa Fe! We're thinking of you and will keep your family in our prayers. Rose & Pat
Posted by Joann Stone on February 25, 2013
I am so sorry for the lose of your beautiful daughter. I think I know how you feel having lost my son at such a young age. We will always have our wonderful memories.

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