Jeannie Menard was a compassionate, caring, giving, kind, loving wife, mother, daughter, sister and friend. She fought a long, painful, and extremely difficult battle with cancer. Her fight was a valiant one and she was incredibly strong in the face of all her sufferings due to her cancer. Now she is finally free of that awful disease and all it did to destroy her body. And she is indeed dancing in heaven!
This go fund me page was created to help assist Jeannie's husband Mike and her family with Jeanne's medical and funeral bills.
Please consider assisting Mike and his family with whatever donation you are able to give. It will be a great help to Mike and the family. Thanks so much and may you be blessed abundantly for your generosity and kindness to Jeannie's family.
Jeannie Marie Menard, age 60, died peacefully at Gilchrist Hospice Care in the presence of her husband after a lengthy battle with cancer.
She was born in New Orleans, LA. She was the daughter of Raymond and Lareah Denoux. She grew up in New Orleans, LA, Atlanta, GA and Pittsburgh, PA. She is survived her brothers Dan Denoux and Andre Denoux.
She is also survived by her husband of 30 years, Michael Menard; her 3 children, Mary Parker-Bey, Sean Menard, and Mikaila Menard; and her 2 grandchildren Tiana Parker-Bey and Aja Parker-Bey.
Jeannie received her Bachelor of Science from Franciscan University of Stuebenville in Education. She taught second grade at Lamb of God School in Halethorpe, MD for 5 years before becoming a foster parent to 11 children over the course of the next 12 years.
She had a life long love of camping and enjoyed the family weekend trips to Rambling Pines and other local state parks. She was very involved in several church groups and loved spending time with family and friends.