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Jamie George
February 5, 1948 - November 23, 2004



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Ronnie WilliamsBarbara Rushing
Connie Redden HopperJudy Fowler Hayman
Shawna Rowe PipesKimberly Hillard
Suzy Snell George"Pete" Porretto Ogg
Carleen Norwood WilliamsCarleen Norwood Williams
Ginger SmithJohn L. Houston
Joy StappJUDITH HASKINS/ZANELLI
JUDITH ZANELLIRay & Susie Schindler
Shirley MeadowsDavid Finley
Jackie (Herring)Luke Tusing, Jr. and wife Ann
Charles & Bettye Laha HooterCharlotte & Dix Cottingham
CHERYL WILKERSON HAYES LITTLEJOHNJames & Alice Shepherd
Louis MabryRebekah Perez

 

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By: Ronnie Williams Dec 11, 2004
Jamie was alway such a beautitul person at Sam Houston High.It has been a long time since I have seen her.I was very sadened when I heard about Jamie and her mother.Keep the faith.Our prayers are with you and your family.Ronnie Williams
By: Judy Fowler Hayman Dec 8, 2004
My favorite memory is working with Jamie on the newspaper at Fonville Jr. High. Jamie's strengths at that time were very obvious. Whenever there was a deadline and everyone was in panic mode, Jamie would take control and guide the entire staff including our sponsor until the paper went to the printers. Even as a teen, Jamie had amazing talents and earned my respect. As an adult, Jamie earned even more respect from me, as she was such a dynamic and talented person. My world was a better place, because Jamie walked through it.
By: Barbara Rushing Dec 8, 2004
Please allow me to offer my sympathy to Ed and Heather, and each member of Jamie's family. I was shocked and saddened to hear of her and her Mother's death. When Jamie first bought Heather's Glen and had the first construction crew on site, a friend, Rebecca Glanville, and I came by; as strangers asking about the apparent demoliton of the house, she assured us she was turning it into a lovely B & B. She invited us in and showed us all three floors and was so excited. She asked me to paint flowers on her downstairs bath tub to match the border, which I did. We served 5 years on Conroe Art Board together and I enjoyed visiting and watching the B & B become the beautiful place it is today. The last time I was in Conroe from Shreveport, LA, I drove by just to see the changes and how beautiful it was looking. I shall miss her.
By: Shawna Rowe Dec 8, 2004
Heather its Shawna i just wanted to let you know i was thinking about you and you and your family are in my prayers. I know I haven't talked to you in a while but i am very sorry to hear about your lose. If you ever need anything even just to talk don't hesitate to call me. You were always a good person and a good friend to me. I know you touched many lives and I know your mom and grandmother and very proud of you. I love you Girl.

Shawna Renea Rowe (Pipes)
By: Carleen Norwood Dec 7, 2004
I am so sorry to hear of the accident that took the life of Jamie and her mom. I pray her sister makes a full recovery and returns home to her family soon. Since I have not kept up with Jamie since high school except for a few reunion picnics, I am so proud to hear that one of my classmates was such an outstanding individual, with high goals and expectations, and a zest for life. Apparently she was enjoying life with travel and family, and that eases the sadness a bit. I wish for peace and comfort for your family as they try to carry on without two very special people in their lives.

Carleen Norwood - Class of '66
By: Kimberly Hillard Dec 7, 2004
I am very sorry for all of ur lost Jamie was a sweet and great lady.All of u are in my prayers.
By: Suzy Snell George Dec 7, 2004
From childhood on, Jamie was remarkable for her energy and her wit and her warmth and her vision. In her youth, she was more of an adult than most adults. She was determined to make things happen, and she always did. If she'd been in Hollywood, she'd have been perfect in the role of the benevolent queen. In her real estate profession, she was exceptionally gifted in transforming normal decore into great elegance. She had a true gift. The thing I like most to remember is her eagerness to help her grandfather, Pappy, in his battery business. When other teens were shunning adult company, Jamie never hesitated to jump in Pappy's grease monkey battery truck and run to the rescue of others, or go swap batteries, or go hang out at the mechanic shop. She was tough and yet ultra tender hearted. I'll miss her infectious laugh, and her creative vision, and her generous spirit. She made everyone feel welcome to share in her blessings. She was a joy.
By: Ginger Smith Dec 6, 2004
I was truly sad to hear about Jamie and her mom. I had not seen Jamie very many times since our years at Sam Houston, but we had such a good visit at the last girls' get together for the '66 graduates. We sat at the same table for lunch and talked about everything that had been happening in her life. She was so excited about their bed and breakfast. I am so sorry that I did not get a chance to visit Heathers Glen while she was still with us. My thoughts and prayers are with her family. I will always remember our last visit.



Ginger
By: JUDITH HASKINS ZANELLI Dec 6, 2004
TO JAMIE'S FAMILY-PLEASE ACCEPT MY HEART FELT SYMPATHY FOR THE LOSS OF YOUR LOVED ONES. JAMIE AND I GOT A GREAT VISIT IN AT THE PICNIC. THANK HEAVENS FOR FRIEND AS LIVES ARE TRUELY ENRICHED BY FRIENDSHIP. I AM SO SORRY THAT I DID NOT MAKE THE TIME TO KNOW HER BETTER AS LIFE IS MIGHTY SHORT. I PRAY THAT YOU WILL BE COMFORTED WITH LOTS OF GOOD MEMORIES OF JAMIE AND HER MOTHER AS TIME GOES ON. GOD IS REAL!, JAMIE DID GREAT WORK WHILE SHE WAS HERE, SHE'S STILL IN YOUR CORNER SO NEVER FORGET THAT. I LOST MY MOM WHEN I WAS ONLY 6 YEARS OLD, THESE THINGS ARE HARD TO UNDERSTAND; LETS JUST BELIEVE WE HAVE AN INTIMATE CONNETION TO THE CREATOR AND SOMEONE TO ENCOURAGE AND CHEER US ON TO OUR BEST WORK!
By: Joy Stapp Dec 6, 2004
To all of Jamie's family and friends --



I remember Jamie from almost the first day of 7th grade at Fonville Junior High. I knew from the first moment that she was a friendly, delightful person that I would always cherish. And indeed, at every reunion, I am reminded what was truly good person she was. I was very impressed with all of her accomplishments in her community, and I know how missed she will be.



I remember that at Fonville we wore these burnt orange blouses (I think we wore them for chorus), and when I have thought of Jamie over the years, I always picture her in that burnt orange blouse. And that is how I will always remember her -- in a burnt orange blouse, with a dazzling smile, and a grace that blessed us all.



Jamie -- I'll see you on the other side.



Love,



Joy
By: Barbara (Richardson) Grammer Dec 6, 2004
I was so saddened to hear of the tragedy concerning Jamie, her mom, and her sister. It had been so wonderful to reconnect with her at all of the class reunions. She was so helpful in finding old classmates, and always so eager to participate. Jamie had a wonderful smile and fun personality. I was so proud to read of all of her accomplishments in life. She truly was a special person. She will be missed.
By: Shirley Meadows Dec 5, 2004
My deepest sympathy to Ed, Heather, and the whole family. Tragic loss of such a lovely lady.

I miss seeing the family at the bank since I left 4 months ago. May God bless you all help you thru this difficult time.
By: Ray & Susie Schindler Dec 5, 2004
Our sincere sympathies to Ed, Heather, Jonathan and the rest of your dear family. We are so sorry to hear of your loss. We have many fond memories when we all attended Woodlands Parkway Baptist Church when our children were young. Please let us know if we can be of any help to you. We'll continue to uplift you in prayer over the coming days. Be assured that the Lord will get you through it all.

In His love,

Ray & Susie Schindler
By: Ryan and Shelly Glass Dec 5, 2004
Ryan and I extend our deepest sympathy to Jamie's family. We were recently married on November 13th at Heather's Glen and Jamie shared the first moments of our new life together. We are truly blessed to have met Jamie. Our thoughts and prayers will be with you.
By: Jackie Reid (Herring) Dec 4, 2004
Dear Jamie, it was so great to finally connect with you after so many years of not knowing where you were. You have always been in my thoughts as such a great friend from 2nd grade forward. I'm so sorry I didn't get the chance to come back to Houston and visit with you in person. The best to your family as I know you are very much missed but when we think of you, you are here with us. love, Jackie
By: Mary Jo Hosack Dec 3, 2004
This is a tribute to Jamie who was always excited, helpful and inspiring when it came to discussing the bed and breakfast industry. We shall miss her never ending enthusiasm and a great light has left us. Our condolences to Ed and the staff at Heather's Glen.



Mary Jo and Dick Hosack

Roses and the River Bed and Breakfast
By: Patricia Crane Dec 3, 2004
I just wanted to let the family know how much the death of Jamie affected an almost complete stranger.



I didn’t know Jamie very well, just from having my wedding at Heather’s Glen and also a friend had her wedding their a few years later. At my friends wedding Jamie remembered me and wanted to show me around the house to show me the updates and changes. I felt she went out of her way, like I was a long lost part of her family and I was just taken by her friendliness and energy and will always remember that. Not a big thing, but I will always remember her. Until I saw the obituary, I hadn’t thought much of it, but I am very saddened by her death and I wanted to send my condolences.

Sincerely,

Patsy Crane

The Woodlands
By: Tom Fricke Dec 3, 2004
Though I did not really know Jamie socially, I knew her professionally. She always had a smile and a nice thing to say. She always went out of her way to visit in Houston when I was hosting an event and always had time to chat with me. I have to laugh, she would often seek my advice on one issue or another, telling me she thought I was a great businessman, when in fact she was a far better business person than I ever hoped to be. My condolences to Ed and the family. Not only will she be missed by them, but it will be a loss to the Conroe Area Business Community and the whole B&B/Wedding industry. My thoughts and pryers are with you all.



Tom Fricke (retired innkeeper)

The Lovett Inn, Houston
By: Charles & Bettye Laha Hooter Dec 3, 2004
We are so sad to hear about Jamie and Mrs. Olive. Charles and I really enjoyed seeing Jamie and Sharon at the Sam Houston High School Reunion picnics. Charles and Jamie graduated together and Sharon and I graduated together.



Our prayers are with you. We also pray daily for Sharon and hope that she will be able to return home soon.
By: Randy Longdon Dec 3, 2004
David, you and your family are in our thoughts and prayers.

From Randy & Robin Longdon
By: Charlotte Cottingham Dec 3, 2004
I was deeply saddened when I heard the news about Jamie & her Mom. Dix and I send our sincere condolences to Ed and the family. Jamie was a wonderful person and she will be missed by many.
By: Luke Jr. Tusing Dec 3, 2004
Jaime was always wearing a smile at Sam Houston High. It has been wonderful reconnecting with her at recent class reunions. Our prayers are with your family. Luke and Ann Tusing, Jr.
By: James Shepherd Dec 3, 2004
Dearest Jamie,Alice & I both were shocked when we heard. We were discussing the Salvation Army Tea this year. We didn't see you there last year and we missed your pretty smiling face. Now we won't get to see you until we join you in that Heavenly place. Our hearts were very heavy when we heard of your passing and we are praying for your family that God gives them the strength to get thru this tough time. You were a very special person in this life and we will never forget you. We will always remember you especially when we are going into Conroe and going by Heathers Glen. Thanks For The Memories.James & Alice Shepherd

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