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2.22.2010

A Lot Of Wise County Folks Have Been Following This Tragedy Which Just Became More Tragic

15 comments:

Anonymous said...

I had been following this as well. Very sad day, indeed.

janneba said...

She sure fought a good battle.

Anonymous said...

She's on her way to a better place. God bless you Jenny. Our prayers are with you and your family.

Anonymous said...

R I P Young Lady

Ernie said...

Very sad...

Anonymous said...

God bless her young tender heart!!Heaven recieved an Angel~~God be with this family during this tragic time of her loss!!

Anonymous said...

Wow, no words to express my sincere sadness and sympathy. Did they ever find the exact cause of her illness?

Anonymous said...

God already blessed her by not making her suffering linger.
It is sad that the world has lost her.
Pray for her family.

Anonymous said...

God felt he needed our angel Jenny more than we needed her here on earth.

Heaven added an angel to the fold today.

Pray for her family, friends, and all those lives she touched with her sweet gentle soul.

God Speed, Jenny!

Anonymous said...

Jenny's update pages showed over 10,000 visitors. Jenny inspired me. The devotion her family has for her is so amazing. My prayers are for Jenny's sweet family and for God to heal their pain. I thank Jenny for helping me become closer to God through prayer for her.

Anonymous said...

Very definitely a blessing that she passed on. To live as she was would have been tragic.

Anonymous said...

Really 8:09?

You think her daughter is relieved that her mother passed on and considers it a blessing that she wouldn't have to 'live that way'?

Really?

Anonymous said...

this is a sad day. our prayers are with jenny and her family, although heaven has received another angel. i didnt know jenny but that just goes to show u how you can impact peoples lives without even knowing them because since her illness, her story has impacted my life and may God be with her and her family!!! we love you all!!!! R.I.P. Jenny Bizaillion

M-M said...

10:26pm So, are you blaming this on God? I hear this all the time at funerals by preachers etc. I don't get it. Someone dies of a disease, sudden heart attack, car accident, whatever and their answer is God needed them more than us. Sounds totally illogical. Makes no sense.

Anonymous said...

8:40 Yes; better to die than to live in a comatose or semi-comatose state.

2:21 I agree with you. Folks like to say things like that to make themselves feel better. The truth is, we all have a time to live and a time to die. Some folks' time comes early in life, some later...all a part of the cycle of life.