In memory of

Jean Poirier, age 91, of Helena

November 15, 1926 – February 1, 2018

POIRIER, Jean age 91, of Helena passed away February 1, 2018. Services are pending at this time. They will be announced once they are complete. Please visit below to offer condolences or share a memory of Jean.

Memories

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  1. Jane Rob Tony and families
    Your mom was such a special lady.
    I observed her friendship with my mom Pennie for years and they were such great role models for me in my friendships
    She was the last “greenie” to join the rest and I am sure there is some celebrating going on up there now.
    I so enjoyed my visits with her over the past few years. She was always genuinely interested in what was going on in the world and with our family. And she was SO proud of her family. She loved sharing her latest outing for a meal or a ride with her kids and grandkids
    I will be thinking of you all and sending love and peace for your family.
    Sue Moore

  2. Jule Poirier says:

    Jean was a very warm, loving person. It was an honor to call her my sister-in-law. She will be missed.
    Jule Poirier

  3. The Lampings says:

    Rob,
    Rodney, Sam, and I are so sorry to read of the passing of your mom. May your memories of good times past help to ease the sorrow. God bless.

  4. MarlaAnne Mousseau says:

    So sorry for your loss! Words can never express the journey once a life has come to the end, but those on this side of heaven will miss her until we meet again.
    Marla Jacoby Mousseau

  5. Steve Poirier says:

    Jane, Rob, Tony and families,
    very sorry to hear about Aunt Jean’s passing. I have many fond memories of her over the years. Every time I saw her I was amazed how she was always so genuinely interested in how I and my family were doing. She was such a wonderfully warm and loving person. She was so proud of her children and grandchildren, and you guys did such a great job taking care of her. She will be missed. Our thoughts are with your family.
    Steve Poirier

    Steve Poirier

  6. Steve Poirier says:

    Jane, Rob, Tony and families,
    very sorry to hear about Aunt Jean’s passing. I have many fond memories of her over the years. Every time I saw her I was amazed how she was always so genuinely interested in how I and my family were doing. She was such a wonderfully warm and loving person. She was so proud of her children and grandchildren, and you guys did such a great job taking care of her. She will be missed. Our thoughts are with your family.
    Steve Poirier

  7. Aimee Shein says:

    Jane and Rob,
    I am sorry to hear about your mom’s passing. She was a delight to share my journey with over the past few years at Aspen Gardens. I will always remember her kind smile and genuine interest in others. She taught us all to worry less about ourselves and CARE more about others. I loved your mom and I loved that you shared her with me. God bless you. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

  8. Patrick and Shirlene Campbell says:

    Dear Rob, Jane, Tony and families,
    We are so very sorry to hear of Aunt Jean’s passing. We have so many wonderful memories of the times we spent with her. She was always so kind and thoughtful, and always made our family trips to Montana so special. May all of you be comforted by the memories of your mother’s love, now and through the days ahead.

    Love Pat and Shirlene

  9. Rebecca Bass says:

    Dear Rob, Jane, Tony and Families,
    May Our Lord wrap around his arms around each of you. Just a neighbor down the street, and growing up with you guys. Hugs to each of you, and what a wonderful family.
    The Bass Family

  10. Rosemary Jacoby says:

    So sorry for your loss. Indeed,a loss for many. I met Jean shortly after my marriage to Chuck 63 years ago.Jean and Chuck knew each other as children,growing up. I knew her in Delta Gamma alumni screening children for Lazy Eye, playing bridge,volunteering at church and raising children in the same neighborhood. She was kind and caring and always had a smile. She must fit in well with all of the other Angels now that she has joined them.

  11. I was so sorry to hear of Jean’s passing. She was a FANTASTIC lady and will be missed by many. Jean was the “face” of Weight Watchers for many years and touched many lives in this capacity.

  12. Murray and Thea Swenson says:

    We send messages of sympathy to your family. Murray and I had many years of happy memories of playing cards. Jean was a very caring person and we will miss her.

  13. Helen Beausoleil says:

    Dear Tony and family,
    I have such fond memories of your mother. Indeed her ever present smile, but she was also so sincere. In my years of working with Sr. Pat Jean was a great support of all our religious education endeavors for the children and youth in the parish. She was always there to encourage and help us. I think of her as real model of faith in action, a beautiful steward.
    Also great to see you Tony and your beautiful family. You are in our thoughts and prayers.
    Helen & Joe Beausoleil

  14. Retz Funeral Home says:

    Dear Rob, Jane, Tony and families,
    We are so very sorry to hear of Aunt Jean’s passing. We have so many wonderful memories of the times we spent with her. She was always so kind and thoughtful, and always made our family trips to Montana so special. May all of you be comforted by the memories of your mother’s love, now and through the days ahead.

    Love Pat and Shirlene

  15. Carla Williams says:

    Janie, Rob, Tony and families,
    I’m sad for you. It’s hard to lose our loved ones. Your mom was such a kick. She was ALWAYS kind. No matter what we got up to and no matter how upset she might have been, she was always kind and helpful. And she always kept up with what your friends were doing. What a lovely lady. I’m sorry I wasn’t in town for the services.

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