November 30, -0001 - August 28, 2009
Jamie Marie France was called home to be with Jesus and our Heavenly Father on Friday, August 28, 2009. For 20 years she blessed us with her beautiful smile, laughter, humor and compassion for others. Some of her favorite things were hot dogs, ice cream, reading, writing and her cat, Bailey. She enjoyed being a good student and her four years at Ursuline Academy were probably her happiest. She loved playing field hockey for her school. She enjoyed attending college at the University of Tennessee. Jamie will be missed immensely by her entire family and many friends. She was a beautiful gift from God. Jamie is survived by her parents, Sandy Greenler and Ed France, step-parents Lynn Greenler and Denise France, step-brothers Adam France, Tim, Michael, and Alexa Greenler, and Michael and Jenny Alaire, grandparents Helen and Jim Lutz and Marie France and Nova Greenler. Visitation will take place at Faith Community United Methodist Church, 8230 Cox Rd., West Chester, OH 45069 on Monday, Aug. 31 from 6:30 p.m. until 8:30 p.m. Farewell service will be held at the church Tuesday at 11 a.m. Any memorials may be made to Ursuline Academy, 5535 Pfeiffer Rd., Cinti., OH 45242 for a tree to be planted in her memory at the sports field. For Facebook users, loving comments about Jamie can be viewed at facebook.com, in loving memory of Jamie France.
Please accept our condolences on the loss of your beautiful daughter. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
Wayne, Debbie, Noah, David & Ashley Onkst
Jamie was a fun student to have in gym class. I remember her bubbly personality and her love of field hockey. I am so sorry for your loss.
I havent seen or talked to Jamie in years, but was heart broken to hear she is no longer with us. I remember riding bikes together and swimming at her grandmothers house when we were so young. I will keep her and her family, especially her mother Sandy in my prayers. God bless her heart.
Dear Ed and Sandy, Our hearts go out to you at a time like this. The loss of our Joy is still very close to our hearts and know some of the hurt that you both are feeling. We send our love, Uncle Fay and Aunt Shirley
Jamie was a ray of sunshine in my fourth grade classroom at All Saints. She was always smiling and eager to socialize with others. Jamie enjoyed sharing her patterns for making designs with beads using safety pins. When she was the special person of the week our room became a bead factory as we all made designs of our favorite sports teams!! She will be a shining star in Heaven. May you find the love and support you will need through God, your family, and many friends.
Much love, Mrs. Mary Miller
I never really knew Jamie that well but it’s heartbreaking to see someone so young and full of life go so abrubtly – I will always remember her & my thoughts are with all who are grieving this tragic loss.
My heart, prayers, and well wishings go to all of Jamie’s family & friends. Jamie was an extraordinary young woman, and an even greater friend. She will be missed tremendously.
Jamie was one of my best friends in middle school/junior high. We had so much fun swimming together for the Fish. I know she looked up to me because I was older than her. I am deeply sorry that she is gone, she will definitely be missed by many.
Please know that we have you in our thoughts at this sad, sad time.
Ted & Kathi Halloran
Our deepest sympathy to all of Jamie’s loving family and friends. You will continue to be in our thoughts and prayers during this very difficult time.
I will never forget the memories I have with you at Season’s Retirement. Your energetic happiness will never be forgotten.
Jamie was always a very caring and loving girl, we very much enjoyed the years that she was our neighbor and watching her grow up into a beautiful young woman. We will miss her alot and you all will be in our thoughts and prayers.