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     Jennifer Dorothy Jaryno, age 33, of Lamar, Missouri, passed away Friday, November 18, 2016, at her home.

     Jennifer was born February 5, 1983, in Denver, Colorado, to Thomas and Cynthia (Rezzer) Jaryno.  After graduating from Dakota Ridge High School, Dakota Ridge, Colorado, in 2001, she moved to San Diego, California where she worked in computer services at San Diego Credit Union.  In 2014, Jennifer moved to Lamar to be near family.

     Survivors include her daughter, Jaya Rivers of San Diego; her mother, Cindy Fowler of Lamar; grandparents, Gene and Dorothy Cope of Milford; a sister, Sarah Jaryno of Lamar; a niece, Brandy, and a nephew, Anthony; and aunt, uncles, and cousins.

     A memorial service will be held at 11:00 am, Saturday, December 3, 2016 at Milford Christian Church, 758 E. Highway C, with Cliff Hazard officiating.

     Memorial contributions are suggested to Cindy Fowler, in care of Daniel Funeral Home.



#7 Lamar, MoGail Hamilton 2016-11-30 12:55
My dear friend Jen, met out of a need to help you get insurance and such and became good friends, she always had a great out look on life and always worried about her momma. Jen I am glad God put you in my life when he did, I learned so much helping you with everything to get you help. Rest in Peace and I will say a prayer for you little Jaya I can't even imagine what she is going through at this time.
Love Always
Gail Hamilton & Family
#6 Alaska/Southern CaliforniaRuss Burnard 2016-11-29 03:31
My heart is heavy and has been for a while. I know my life pretty much began in my early 30's. My friend Jen had so many more years to explore our world. This sweet and troubled soul was taken early. Her troubles were not her choice, they were a product of what some people dismiss as an unfair world. We lost one of the good ones... She deserved much better!!! She is most definitely watching over us! She now knows the truth. Mind your p's & Q's... Rest Love
#5 San Diego CaliforniaCarol Ferrer 2016-11-26 16:48
It was a big surprise to find out about my ex coworker for almost 6 years at San Diego County together. My deepest condolence to her family! Rest In Peace kido and thanks for the memories we had as well as the respect for one another.
#4 Littleton, COSteve Schade 2016-11-26 09:06
Worked with Jen for 3 years at The Draft in Littleton CO. Jen was such of a positive soul. She could change the mood in a moment having such a soothing aura. I was a fan from the first day I met her.

You did very good.
#3 Austin, TXSullivan Family 2016-11-25 21:44
Jen was one of the first people to welcome us when we moved by the bay in San Diego. We knew each other for a few years and became quite close friends despite a roller coaster relationship. Underneath everything Jen had a very sweet heart and that always shone through. She really did want everyone to be happy. When I had my second son she bought me a baby swing even though she didn't have the money to be spending on something like that. Putting others before herself. THAT is the kind of thing I will remember and miss about her...and she LOVED babies. I am glad she took the time to find herself the past year and that she was able to be with family until the end. I know that meant the world to her. My continued prayers for comfort and healing for her friends and family.
#2 LamarMandy Comer and family 2016-11-23 20:21
Thinking of you during this painful time.
Prayers for you and your family for peace and comfort. She is in a better place, free from the chains and pain of this earth.
#1 SheldonJune Gray 2016-11-22 12:07
Cindy I am so sorry for the loss of your daughter, also to all the family I am very sorry for your loss of a loved one. May God be with all of you.

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