In Memory

Jeanne Cox (Higa Babione)

Jeanne Cox (Higa Babione)

Cynthia Brownell Quackenbush recently informed us that Jeanne Cox Higa Babione passed away on September 20, 2022, in Houston, Texas . More information will be posted when it becomes available.

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10/26/22 12:48 PM #1    

Wendy Gehring

We were friends in school.  Happy memories  I last saw her at a reunion, maybe the 40th.  I am sad at her passing.

10/28/22 10:31 AM #2    

Roger Warren

Thanks Wendy for your comment.  While I wasn't "woven into the fabric" that held you and Jeanne together at CHS, I recognize your loss.  I recall that my parents in Corvallis would also speak (in their mid-80s) of feeling that they suffered a real loss as their childhood acquaintances passed.  It is hard for me to admit that everything has a beginning, a middle, and and an end.  Jeanne's life matters to us...thanks for mentioning that you held important memories with her.

 [here is something I didn't know about this CHS comment feature...the writer, AFTER POSTING has another chance to edit the Post.  Even " Delete" is offered. I now own my spelling!]


10/29/22 11:20 AM #3    

Wendy Gehring

Thank you, Roger.  It also makes me realize the connections I lost as a result of my disastrous first marriage and my flight from Corvallis.  My dad often said, "So soon old, so late smart."

10/31/22 03:12 PM #4    

Michael Lyne

Adding to Wendy & Roger's comments: Senior year, Distributive Ed class was first thing in the morning and Jeanne's smile was always welcome. Death is such an ugly enemy. Don't give up hope, REV 21:3,4 will be fullfilled under Christ's kingdom rule; "death will be no more ". We are designed to live forever and we will on a paradise earth according to the original plan.

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