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Jeannette Schweers
© Cheyenne Star
27 Jun 2002
Submitted by: Wanda Purcell



Jeannette Schweers, 84, of Scottsdale, Arizona passed away March 18, 2002.
Jeannette was born July 14, 1917 in Hammon, Oklahoma where she attended high school then moved to Phoenix and attended Phoenix College.
She was a past member of the Phoenix Country Club in Munds Park, Arizona.
She is survived by her beloved husband, Jim; two grandchildren, Rick Connors and Justin Bohanon; one great grandchild, Alex Taite; and numerous friends.
Contributions may bemade in her memory to Hospice of the Valley {Coronado House} 1510 E. Flower St., Phoenix, Arizona 85104.
Jeannette loved to dance and party all night and will be missed by all her friends and family.


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