Condolences for Jennifer Lea Stevenson

Felicia D. posted on 11/20/18

Please accept my sincere condolences for the loss of your beloved wife, mother, daughter and sister, Jennifer. No words could ever convey the pain of your heart, but our loving Creator and Heavenly Father does know. He has promised that very soon this enemy, death, and all the things that bring our hearts pain will be a distant memory-Hosea 13:14. Until then, please find comfort in knowing that "He (God) is close to the broken hearted and those crushed in spirit he saves"-Psalm 34:18. It is my hope that these passages along with your loving memories of Jennifer, comfort your hearts and give you a measure of peace during this most difficult time.


Cresson Cemetery Association posted on 11/17/18

Please accept our deepest condolences for you family's loss.


Vickie and Bob posted on 11/16/18

Jennifer my dear sweet cousin and my dear friend I will miss you more than anyone could know. We had become close and had many laughs and talks and most of all a loving concern for each other and families. You made me laugh during chemo times and we certainly had fun when you were here. I considered you like a sister and cared for you so much. I promise to be there for the boys as they know and will check in on them a lot to see if they are ok but I know better in how you raised them with toughness and much love. You did a great job during your short life and I know you had much more to give but know we will it’s you until we see you again. I’m still horribly saddened and my heart hurts I cannot come let doc orders. Know I’m with you inprayers and much love to you. Your in gifted, loved hands know i Is you already.


Mary Taylor posted on 11/16/18

I wanted to let you know of my journey with Jennifer and what she represents in my life. She was a walking example of God's grace and mercy given to someone who did not deserve it in most people's eyes. She gave forgiveness when anger and hatred would have been the normal response. In her darkest hours of grief and pain she shed mercy and forgiveness and that will always be her legacy to me. For you see, I am the mother of the person that took her son's life and yet she loved my son and myself during her own sorrow. I hope I learned from her how to extend grace for she certainly gave that to me. My heart goes out to you all!