Jeanette Brone

Jeanette Brone

July 04, 1945 - March 27, 2016

Jeanette Brone

July 04, 1945 - March 27, 2016


My beloved mother Jeanette Ann Brone was born in Rochester New York on July 4th 1945. On Easter Sunday, March, 27th 2016, She lost her battle suddenly to an infection called C-Diff. She became suddenly ill, was hospitalized and sedated and left us 2 days later. She went peacefully and didn’t suffer.

She is survived by her daughter Andrea Brone and her brother Joseph George. She was a beloved mother, sister, cousin, aunt, godmother and friend to all.

She was giving and always considered others before herself. She had a tremendous sense of humor and was always joking or doing something silly.

She will forever be missed. I hope that her silly stories are continued to be told so that she continues to put smiles on many faces.

My eternal love and respect,
not so much as good bye, but I’ll see you soon mom.

Your loving daughter,

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5 responses to Jeanette Brone

  1. Amy Langley says:

    Lit a candle in memory of Jeanette Brone

  2. I worked with Jeanette for over 20 years. Jeanette was a very dedicated person to her work responsibilities and to her beloved daughter, Andrea. Jeanette’s favorite time of year was Halloween, she came up with the funniest and amazing costumes!! She always made that a fun time. We lost alot when we lost Jeanette. Not only was she fun she was one person who remembered where all the records could be found and the different procedures to request records. To loose that wealth of knowledge, is very evident, every day. We, her co- workers, miss her several times a day!! Most of all, she loved her Andrea, she was her heart and I am sure, still is!

  3. To my forever friend, Jeanette. You will be missed by me and your many friends and family. We not only had fun working together but drinking together. My face hurt from laughing so much . Many many funny moments and time. You came to the hospital and sat with me all afternoon and evening. I loved you for that. You made everyone feel special on their birthdays ; especially me. You raised a beautiful special daughter . How lucky you are ; but most of all, how lucky we were. You were so creative and I still have and will treasure the gifts you made me. I love you my friend, Margie Wagener:heart:

  4. So sad to hear of Jeanette’s passing. Although we lost touch for several years, I now and then thought of you and the good times we shared together growing up with family. I will continue to enjoy these thoughts as if you are with us. Prayers go out to you, Andrea, and Joe. Your loving cousin and classmate – Mike Providence

  5. Amy Langley says:

    Just missing you and hoping you know Andrea is lost without you but is showing the world her talent and thinks and talks of you often. You’ve raised an amazing woman and an amazing cousin to me for I don’t know what I would do without her in my life. I love her to pieces. Till we meet again just know you are thought of everyday by many and we love and miss you horribly.

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