In Memory

Jeanette Weisbart (Safran)

Jeanette Weisbart (Safran)

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05/04/17 01:53 AM #1    

Debra Rosenblum (Brozovich)

My best friend for the last 51 years.  Even though I live 1100 miles away, we spoke every week and managed trips back and forth regularly.  For the last few years, we met in Nevada, Oregon or Washington, sharing our love of the RV set. Jan was taken way too soon, 2 Days short of her birthday.  She waged a valiant albeit short battle against Cns cancer.  God must have needed another angel, leaving those who loved her dearly.  Jan leaves her husband, Paul, her children TamI, Michael,Traci and Tylor, five beautiful grandchildren and those of us who mourn the loss of this wonderful woman.


Even tho the miles separated us
We've never been apart.
You've always been my cheerleader
My sister of the heart.

As two giggly teenagers
We vowed we'd never stray.
Till men and kids and mortgages
And life got in the way.

For the better part of 50 years
We shared life's rocky road,
And by my side I'd find you there
To always ease my load.

A life lived with dignity
With spirit and heartfelt grace.
And the love from friends and family
And all whom you embrace.

You didn't get to finish your war
Hardly time to brandish your sword.
God must have needed another angel
As he guided you heavenward.

I never imagined a loss so deep
A wound that just won't heal.
Not to have you by my side
The despair, the pain so real.

I know one day we'll giggle again
Together, never to part.
You'll always be my cheerleader
My best friend, my sister of the heart.


05/04/17 10:37 AM #2    

Ruth Bassman (Schriebman)

Such a tragic loss for all who knew her. Debra, the loss of a best friend is heart renching. My condolences to you too

05/04/17 10:41 AM #3    

Cheryl Lewis (Fields)

My heart is sad. So sorry Debra for the loss of your dearest friend. Sadly, I did not keep in touch over all these years. Many fond memories of sleepovers in younger years and the mischief we always managed to get in to. <3 May Jeannette's memory always be for a blessing. 


05/04/17 12:51 PM #4    

Karen Killough Kaye

Although I hadn't seen her since high school, I remember her smiling face, and good energy very well. I can only imagine how devastated her family and close friends are.

05/05/17 10:29 AM #5    

[Karen] Danielle Zide (Allen)

Sad to hear of Jeanette's passing. I remember her fondly from elementary school. Prayers to her family and friends. 

05/05/17 01:12 PM #6    

Adrianne Conflenti (Neri)

Fate and timing was respnsible for me to "reconnect" with Jan.  I volunteer at Los Robles Hospital in Thousand Oaks and I knew Jan was a patient there.  She would be admitted for every other week for 7 days to receive chemotherapy.  I visited with her many times over the past two months.  We got caught up and she was so positive about her time in High School and the friends she had.  She asked me to bring in our yearbook so she could show the nurses and staff.  She was especially proud of her husband, children and grandchildren.  She was looking forward to the 50th Reunion.  Afer all the time I spent with her, I know she will be at the Reunion in spirit.  

05/06/17 09:50 AM #7    

Judy Silver

Jeanette's posts were (and are) upbeat and kind. There is more to mourn when someone so good on our earth leaves the living.

05/06/17 09:03 PM #8    

Alice Graham

I am so sorry to hear about Jeanette. We were friends when we were young. A very sweet girl, and I remember her mom as also being so sweet and supportive. I guess the apple doesn't fall so far from the tree.

07/24/22 12:49 PM #9    

Judy Silver


What a good poet you are.

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