was Tom’s older brother, and he died last evening with family and friends present.  He was a gregarious man who was friendly with everyone.  Tom learned to love Mopars because of Jody.  Jody liked to tell stories that began with “back in the day”, and the stories seemed to become more embellished as time passed.  He lived with us for a bit when he first moved back to Washington State in 2007, and there are many memories of that time.  He was obviously well-loved and will be missed.

Here are some photos of him:

Jody back left at our 10th wedding anniversary

Jody back left at our 10th wedding anniversary

Watching Mariners game with Nicholas and Tucker

Watching Mariners game with Tucker

Jody at his parents' 50th wedding anniversary with his family

Jody at his parents’ 50th wedding anniversary with his family

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Jody with his parents and siblings

jody and Suburban 2014

jody and Suburban 2014

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8 Responses to Jody

  1. Teresa says:

    I am so sorry for your loss.

  2. So sorry, Donna. Passages . . . challenging. Sending you and Tom good thoughts.

    • Donna says:

      Thanks Deb. He was not in good health so we knew this might happen but still hard to witness. I am definitely in a funk today. Hopefully it will pass.

  3. Kathy says:

    I am so sorry to hear of Jody’s passing, Donna. I will be keeping you all in my thoughts and prayers…and in my heart.

  4. How very hard it must be to lose a sibling; I’m so sorry.

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