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Jenneth Maria Pilar Kroft

Birth Date: December 19, 1945
Death Date: February 26, 2017

Jenneth Marie Kendall Kroft peacefully returned to heaven on February 26, 2017. Jenny is known for her giving nature, humor, spontaneity, and overall ability to relate and lovingly minister to those around her even into her final moments. She led a very full life first as a veteran of the United States Air Force and later as an Air Force wife and mother of two. She leaves behind her brothers David and Jim, sister Kerry, husband Robert, daughters Maria and Eva, six grandchildren and one great grandchild. There are no words to adequately describe the blessing she has been and how much she will be missed. Please rejoice with her family in the knowledge that she is now singing and dancing with angels.

Arrangements are incomplete at this time. Service details will be posted as soon as they become available.
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  1. Deepest condolences to Rob, Maria, Eva and families. From when I first met her at Barksdale AFB in Louisiana, I knew that she was special and would be a friend. I'm very sorry for your loss and know that others share your grief.

  2. We always shared such long phone conversations, and laughter, so much laughter. Even though we didn't grow up near each other either in proximity or age, we always had so much to talk about; the Dusenberry family, music, motorcycles, the Dusenberry family, Uncle Toad's antics, our adventurous brothers, Auntie Iris and the Dusenberry family. The key word was always family. There are no words that can ease your loss, but Rob, Maria, Eva and families ~ please know we share your grief and we too, miss Jenny. We hope you know we care and our hearts are with you…
    All our love,
    Cindy & the Tilley Family

  3. There are no words to express the sorrow of her passing. SO sorry, Robert, Maria, Eva and family, and everyone else who loved her.

  4. You lived your life as you wanted, Jenny, you experienced many things in life and saw many things, although you'd hope there'd be more. We hoped there'd be more time for you as well but God had other plans so rest in peace until we meet again…

  5. Two days berore she passed, when our two brothers and I got to her room in the hospital, she was introducing us to her nurse practitioner…"and this is my OLDER sister, Kerry." Then she smiled, probably because it was too much work to laugh, and said, "Joker to the end!"

    Typical Jenny humor. I love you, sister.

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