I was lucky enough to meet Jean the first day I started at Mack Canada in 1974. I felt out of place and she took me under her wing.Since that day I was introduced to her family and watched her children grow and streach their wing's. Jean was kind, forgiving devoted and thoughtful to all.Enjoyed my many visits to Allentown to see you and David. As a human being Jean I will borrow a term from Mack " YOU MADE THE DIFFERENCE " KId.
I first met Jean, when she worked at the Mack Canada Oakville Plant. Years later when we both had moved to Allentown, PA to work for Mack Trucks Inc. we remained good friends. Myself, my wife (until she passed), and my current partner Barb, spent many enjoyable times together with Jean and Dave. She was a special, wonderful lady, always upbeat no matter what. I will miss her a great deal. Rest in peace my dear friend.
I was so sorry to hear of Jean’s passing. She was a great boss at Mack Trucks here in Allentown but more so a greater friend. Her , Dave, Kenny, and I were good friends for a long time. Jean, to me, was a lovely lady and I loved her. My deepest sympathy to Jane and her family. I will think of Jean often.
The souls of the righteous are in the hand of God, and no torment will ever touch them. In the eyes of the foolish they seemed to have died, and their departure was thought to be a disaster, but they are at peace. AMEN
Amanda, Andy, Jeremy, Lisa, William, Diana, Derek, Kim and John Schembri