Jennifer Courtright, Obituary – Jennifer Mai Curtright Your father has taken the time over the course of the years to meticulously archive a small collection of the most memorable photographs of you. During the entirety of the discussion, he referred to you as his “baby” on a number of occasions, which was very endearing. I will continue to pray for all of you, that you may find joy and contentment in this life, and that you may be able to achieve these things together.
I just wanted you to know how sorry I am for the loss that you and your family have had to go through. Please accept my condolences. So sorry babygirl. During the time that I have spent taking care of you as your stepmother, it has been an honor for me to witness your growth into such a lovely mother and wife. I am grateful for the opportunity to have done so. Youll never be forgotten.
When it comes to attempting to make sense of the current situation, I have no idea where to even begin. I am completely stumped. I have no idea what to do next. You, Jen, were without a shadow of a doubt one of the most incredible people in the history of the entire universe. Both on the inside and the outside of the building. My very best friend from high school who is still one of my closest and most reliable friends to this very day.
We have been friends for a very long time. You can’t separate yourself from the indelible mark you’ve made on some of the happiest and most significant moments of my life. To put it in a more succinct manner, there is not sufficient time.