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Jeanette Maynard Harmon
November 18, 1955–September 20, 2008

Jean Harmon, age 52, of Monticello died suddenly Saturday morning September 20, 2008 at her week-end home in North Buena Vista.
Funeral services were held Thursday morning, September 25, 2008 at the Goettsch Funeral Home, Monticello where friends called from 4 until 8 Wednesday. Rev. Al Polito officiated at the services. In lieu of flowers a memorial fund has been established.
Surviving is her husband, Tom, 2 children, Jennifer (Ben) Brink, Anamosa, Tony (Jessica) Harmon, Delhi, 5 grandchildren, Tate and Teagan Jean Brink, Joslyn, Timothy and Jeorjia Jean Harmon, her mother, Patricia Maynard, and a brother, Bud (Shannon) Maynard, both of Vinton, 3 sisters, Michelle Houlahan, Princeton, Jill (Gary) Marlow, Vinton, LeAnn (Mark) Jaeger, Shellsburg, her mother-in-law, Murldene Harmon, Vinton and her adopted Southern family Dan and Linda Walker, Savanah, Georgia. She was preceded in death by her father, Max Maynard on June 21, 2003 and her father-in-law, Teddy L. Harmon, April 16, 1995.
Jeanette Maynard was born November 18, 1955 at the Virginia Gay Hospital, Vinton, Iowa. She was the daughter of Max and Patricia (Singer) Maynard. Jean graduated from Vinton Community Schools in 1974. Jeanette Maynard and Thomas L. Harmon were married June 15, 1974 at the Prairie Creek Christian Church rural Vinton. The couple lived in Vinton, Iowa where Jean worked at the hospital. In 1979 the couple moved to Monticello where she worked security at John McDonald Hospital. She was later employed at Four Oaks in Monticello and was currently working for Four Oaks at the Smith Center where she was the Day Manager. Jean was a volunteer paramedic for the Monticello Ambulance Service for nine years.

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Source: Midland Times, Wyoming, Iowa, 26 September 2008

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