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Jeanine Isabel Clemens

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Jeanine Isabel Clemens, beloved mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother passed away at age 89 at her home in Avondale, Arizona on January 26, 2021. She was born Jeanine I. Blair in Vancouver, British Columbia on July 25, 1931. Upon her marriage to Keith R. Clemens in 1957, they moved to Seattle, WA where they raised their three children Karen, Ross, and Robert in the Ballard neighborhood. As her children grew, she went back to college to pursue a degree in business and became a U.S. citizen. She worked as an Accounting Assistant at Harborview Medical Center until her retirement in 1990. After retirement, she had various homes in Arizona and Nevada. She loved the sunny, warm weather of the Southwest and made friends wherever she went.

Jeanine loved to read and enjoyed caring for her dog, Karma. Proud of her Scottish heritage, she enjoyed a trip to Scotland in 2002. She was an active member of Avondale Baptist Church.

She is pre-deceased by her husband, Keith R. Clemens, and son, Robert Clemens. She is survived by her daughter, Karen Cambareri (Sal) of Portland, OR, and Ross Clemens (Annette) of Goodyear, AZ. She is also survived by grandchildren Amy Zimmerle (Justin,) Ross Clemens Jr., Brian Clemens (Kristina,) David Clemens, and great-grandchildren, Elijah, Caleb, Gideon, Joie, and Maddie as well as a large extended family in Canada.

Jeanine was very much loved and will be missed by her family, friends, and church. A service will be planned at a later date.

4 Comments on “Jeanine Isabel Clemens

  1. We asa a family would like to express our deepest condolences in the loss of Jeanine. We all know that. you’ll miss her very much, but also know that she’s in a place that we all wish to be and will be some day.. She was well loved by all, which includes the ladies in her Sunday School class. Even though she is no longer with us in the physical sense, she will be with us in spirit as well as well as the many cherished memories that you have of her. May God bless you with comfort and peace during this time. Always remembered that you are loved and are in the hands of our savior.

  2. We asa a family would like to express our deepest condolences in the loss of Jeanine. We all know that. you’ll miss her very much, but also know that she’s in a place that we all wish to be and will be some day.. She was well loved by all, which includes the ladies in her Sunday School class. Even though she is no longer with us in the physical sense, she will be with us in spirit as well as well as the many cherished memories that you have of her. May God bless you with comfort and peace during this time. Always remember that you are loved and are in the hands of our Savior.

  3. Memories of Jeanine make me smile! I was with her only a few times, and I remember the laughter. I know her family will miss her! We will be together some day in Heaven. ❤️

  4. Ross, thank you for the obituary notice in the West Valley View on Jeanine. I too, lost both my parents in the last few years. I retired from the Liberty School District for the 2nd time in 2018. You, Annette, Ross Jr. and Amy were apart of the extended family at Liberty after working with you for so many years. I did 44 years with the district and appreciated your family as awesome copartners, educators, and friends. I miss seeing you all. Our parents are without pain now and are with our heavenly Father. I grew up in the First Baptist Church of Phoenix and accepted Jesus as my saviour at 12 years of age. I’ll be 73 years old in March but I am in good health. I appreciated reading about Jeanine and seeing her smiling picture.

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