Jeanette Lynn BlueJacket
”1955 - 2010”

    Jeanette Lynn BlueJacket

    For A Time…
    Others are brought into our lives, For A Time,
    Some, for many years, others, for moments sublime.
    From each, there are lessons to be learned, and to be shared,
    For A Time, with them, God, lovingly arranged, we be paired.
    We need remember, this lifetime, is temporary and fleeting,
    Others leave and enter our lives, with a good bye and a meeting.
    Pathways converging and crossing, provide life’s valued amounts,
    Destinations are uncertain, so it’s, indeed, the journey that counts.
    We are blessed so by others, gratefully brought to us, For A Time,
    As we have been brought to them, to make their lives better,
    …if but only, For A Time…
      by Richard G. Shuster

      Jeanette Lynn BlueJacket
      Grove, OK – Jeanette Lynn BlueJacket, age 54, was born July 28, 1955 in Gallup, New Mexico to Mr. and Mrs. Julian Boles (Juanita Yocum) BlueJacket and died May 15, 2010 in Grove, OK. She is survived by her daughter, Taylor Frances Fields, sisters, Judy Brown and husband Bill, Janice Brossett and husband Gus, all of Grove, OK, and brother, Jeff BlueJacket, of Wyandotte, OK. She is also survived by many nieces and nephews and was predeceased by her parents, brother, Darrell Lee BlueJacket, and sister, Joetta BlueJacket. Jeanette was a citizen of the Eastern Shawnee Tribe of Oklahoma. She graduated from Wyandotte High School in 1973 and from Northeastern Oklahoma State University, where she obtained a B.S. in Accounting. She was employed by the Seneca-Cayuga Tribe in the HR Department at the time of her recent illness. Jeanette moved to Grove in 1996 and was active in many community and civic organizations. A memorial service celebrating Jeanette’s life will be held at Lendonwood Gardens on Saturday, May 22, 2010, at 2:00 pm. Memorial contributions may be made in Jeanette’s memory to Lendonwood Gardens, 1310 Harber Road, Grove, OK 74344.
      Resource: MiamiRecord (May, 2010)

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