Jeanette M. “Nettie” BRENNAN, Age 31. Beloved granddaughter of Jeannette Brennan-Meyer (Chuck). Dear daughter of John Brennan and Renee Ciecierski. Loving sister of Justina, Andrew, and David. Dear aunt of Dominic and Giana. Loving niece of Michele Snyder (Fred) and David Brennan. Dearest cousin and friend to many.
Mass of Christian Burial: Friday, November 19, 10:00 AM at St. John Bosco Church. Interment: Holy Cross Cemetery.
Visitation: Thursday, 2-4 and 6-8 PM at The Zabor Funeral Home, 5680 Pearl Rd. Parma (betw. Snow & Ridge). To offer online condolences please visit www.ZaborFH.com
Messages of Condolence
My your family find peace in your heart by knowing she is greatly missed by many. She was a childhood best friend & we lost contact & reconnected that friendship last year. Her smile & spirit was unique & that’s what I loved. I’m sadden that someone so amazing has left my world. She is truly missed. My thoughts and prayers are with the family.
I am so sorry to hear about your loss. My heart and thoughts are with your family in this tragic time.
My deepest sympathy and condolence to the entire family. I am so sad in the loss of Jeanette Marie. I remember the day she came home from the hospitol, beautiful ! And such a beautiful young woman she turned out to be. Loved by so many. I can only hope she continues to smile and laugh on the other side. Sending many thoughts and prayers to her family .
Seems surreal and impossibly that you’re gone at such a young age. You’ll be missed. I had so hoped to get together with you and your grandmother before my surgery, but it didn’t happen. How we all regret that now! Your grandmother told me how excited you were also about that we would be seeing each other again after so many years. We had good times together sitting around that dining room table studying and learning together. Those wonderful memories are so real still. I will sorely miss you. God called you home early, or so it seems to us left behind, but you are with the heavenly hosts now. Rejoice and sing with your Heavenly Father.
Dearest Renee: May God’s loving arms be waiting for this child. I am so sorry for your loss. Love always, Aunt Carol
My thoughts and prayers are with your family!
Jeanette always will be a kind warm heart that always had a smile on her face. She loves her family deeply. Was always there to help anyone that needed it. She was the calming voice when her brother David was so sick, staying by his side as much as she could. She always welcomed me with a hug when I arrived in town. I really enjoyed our talks about life. She can now watch over all from above.
This is so sad. She was an awesome, loving person.
My prayers are with her family.
God Bless you all
my heart breaks for you for you loss. my thoughts and prayers ae with you
I was privileged and honored to meet Jeanette earlier this year. I was awed by the love and devotion she exhibited to her brother while he was in the hospital. I was moved by the love she had for her mother. One day, out of the blue, when we were sitting in the waiting room, she turned and looked right into her mother’s eyes and said, “I love you”. Not another word was said, they just held hands. That was one of the most moving and heart impressing moments I had ever seen. Let us honor the memory of this beautiful, sweet and devoted young woman by looking into the eyes of the ones we love and tell them, “I love you”. Thank you God for allowing me to be inspired by Jeanette, cradle her in your arms. Prayers and deepest sympathy to Renee, her brother David and all those who loved Jeanette.
Jeanette I just now found out of your passing. I wish I would have known sooner. I am so sad. For months I have wondered where you had gone. Although we never met face to face, I treasured your kind smile and words we exchanged on Facebook. You always brought a smile to me. I know God has you in his arms. One day we will finally meet. Until then you will be on my mind. For your family I know they miss you dearly. For them I extend my arms and hug. My greatest condolences to your family and friends.
To the Brennan family, I’m very sorry for your loss. No matter how much time passes we still feel the loss of our loved ones and view death as God does, an enemy. (1 Corinthians 15:26) May you find comfort and strength in his promise at Revelation 21:3,4 that shows soon there will be no more death, and we can see our loved ones again. Please accept my deepest condolences.