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Shannon Marie JamisonUNION TOWNSHIP - Shannon Marie Jamison, age 40, passed away on August 15, 2021. Shannon was born on January 2, 1981 to Jerry Jamison and Karen (Billy) Collins (nee Retzler). She was the devoted partner of Craig Joseph; beloved mother of Lilith Disney and Violet Jamison; dear sister of Eric (Mindy) Jamison; and cherished by numerous aunts, uncles, and cousins. Shannon was preceded in death by her grandparents, Bob (Betty) Retzler, Elwood Jamison, and Betty Adams. A visitation will be held on Monday, August 23, 2021 from 10:30AM until 12PM funeral service at Moore Family Funeral Home, 225 Spring Street, Batavia, Ohio. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations in Shannon's name can be made to Cincinnati Nature Center.
She made a large impact on my life and many others. One thing I will never forget is how she had the ability to make everyone in the room laugh. She was a good friend to come to when feeling down. She loved the outdoors, she loved nature like no other. She taught me so much about plants and I like to think she is in heaven planting all of prettiest flowers they have. Heaven is much prettier with her in it. I will forever have her in my heart.
Unknown Feb 10 2022 11:34 PM
Jerry and Karen, Tom and I would like to say that we both remember Shannon as a very quiet and respectful young lady. Tom thoroughly enjoyed coaching her and always appreciated her effort and dedication. She will always remain as a pleasant memory and special person Tom and Leisa Moore
Tom Moore Aug 22 2021 1:30 PM
my friend, long ago, in middle school, and on facebook after. My girl, always had a mouth like me, and a sense of humor that would even make the guys blush. Rest my lady, you did your job! Thank you.
Andrea Smith Aug 22 2021 12:56 PM
Yes, Shannon, I have a few memories of you scattered across the years. I can see you at a family meal when you spoke out against our grandson for not having a job, I can see you pulling weeds out of one of our flower beds and scolding us for our neglect, but most of all, I can see you after your marriage to that same grandson in our living room in front of the fireplace. You and he came to me with your plans for a quickie wedding before he left for the army. I sent you to the court house with just enough money for the marriage license. And in two days , I put together a presentable wedding ceremony, with help from your Mom and Dad and a cousin of ours, a lay minister, to perform the ceremony. With candles on the mantel, wedding cake and champagne on the dining room table and close relatives in attendance, the deed was done. It had been a little hectic, but a lovely wedding was accomplished. I'll never forget you standing in front of the mantel after the ceremony and thanking all of us for your special wedding day. It saddens me that the marriage didn't last for whatever reason that things happen between a man and a woman. I lost track of you when you were no longer a member of our family, but memories don't die as quickly as deeds, and I will always keep that special day in my heart. It also saddens me that your life is over so soon, but the dear little girls that you have left behind, one of whom is our own great granddaughter, will bring us solace and help your memory to remain forever in our hearts. Grandma Disney
Sue Disney Aug 21 2021 8:59 PM
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