Jean Gaul Obituary, Death – Both of her parents, Ernest Feener and Mary Emma (Varner) Feener, had passed away prior to her birth. She was their daughter. Jean made the decision to devote her life to caring for her offspring, including her children, grandchildren, and even great-grandchildren. She loved all of her children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren very much, but especially her grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
Her departure will be mourned with great sadness by her many friends and family members, in addition to those who benefited from her many years of knowledge in crocheting and knitting. She is survived by her sons Broderick D. of New Albany, Lawrence D. (Shelley) of Nictaux South, and Christopher A. (Terri) of Waterville; her sister, Shirley (Jack) Somers of Eastern Passage; her brothers Roy (Etta) Feener of Lawrencetown, Halifax County; Douglas (Jean Feener and Ron Feener, both of New Albany; and her grandchildren Christine, Cory, Kyle, Ryan, Josh, Kelsey, and Christopher Her husband Vincent “Junior” Gaul, her sisters Verna Whynot and Ruby Embrett, her brothers Carl Feener, Mervyn Feener, Cecil Feener, and James Feener, her niece Shirley Jean Warwick, and her nephews Boyd Why not and Allan Whynot all passed away before her.
She is survived by her niece Shirley Jean Warwick and her nephews Boyd Whynot and Allan Whynot. Her husband, in addition to her parents, was one of the people she left behind after her passing. It is now time to declare the cremation procedure finished. In a later time, there will be a private funeral service held at the cemetery for the family. You are invited to send donations to any charitable organization of your choice in honor of Jean who passed away recently. Arrangements have been entrusted to Middleton Funeral Home.