Alan and I are so sorry to hear of sweet Annette’s passing. We loved her smile, her soft spoken kindness, and her dear friendship. She was so strong and so brave these past years. We will miss her and our hearts are with you.
— Alan and Marsha Rogers
Don and my late husband Alan Jacobsen worked together in the church at the Care Center in Holladay. I met Annette when I married Alan and loved her. She was always such a bright spirit with loving ways. She will be missed. My own health got in the way for me to visit her when she got very sick, but every time I met her she had a smile and a positive attitude. She was an example of strength.
With love and condolences to the family.
— Signe Jacobsen
Oh our dear “Nettie” we will miss you! You were an integral part of our Dan Jones & Associates family for so many years and a wonderful neighbor and friend. You were fun, interested in everyone and brought a stable feeling to all environments. We love you and your family! We will always be grateful to you for your contribution to the success of our company but also to us as individuals. You will be missed!
Thank you to your wonderful family for sharing you with us. We will never forget you and your influence will be felt for the eternities.
Pat Jones (and I know Dan would echo these sentiments)
— Pat Jones
Annette married my Uncle Don. Don was Dad’s youngest Brother.
She lived across the street from Grandma Emma Whitmore when I met her. She was 2 years younger than myself. It was not long before the kids in the neighborhood got to know me. We enjoyed hanging around like I had grown up with them all. She made me feel so welcome.
Don came to the SF Bay area and worked with myself and for my father for a period of time in construction. Annette kept the home fires burning. As a young lady she was amazing and such fun. She has a marvelous family.
Sadly she has left the family.
To all her family and others who know her, I feel so terrible for her loss. Her daughter Deanne let me know.
I join all who feel so much her loss and want her family to know all are deeply loved.
— Robert A. Whitmore
I am so sorry to hear of Annette’s passing. She had such a kind and gentle way about her. I wish you all the very best, and that you will cherish the wonderful memories of her.
— Karen Manning
What a blessing to know Annette. Her gentle humor, strong testimony and insightful remarks always inspired me, leaving me grateful to know her.
— Carol Rice
Loving thoughts to all of you at this sad time. Annette was a dear cousin and a great lady. I would have loved to have been with you to honor her, but my health and age make it difficult to get around. You are all in my prayers.
— Joan Summers Holder
I’m sorry to hear about Annette’s passing.
Thinking of the entire family bring many, many great memories and i miss seeing you all. Best wishes to all of you.
— Dave Stayner
I just found out about Annette’s passing and did not want you to think I didn’t love her and appreciate her and her sweet family. I am so, so sorry for your loss. She was such a wonderful woman and I loved her girls. You have always been kind to me because of Claudia and I want you to know that they are having a great reunion. So sorry to be slow in getting you my condolences and hope that time is helping to heal your pain. May God bless you all!