Jeanne Kendrick Vann, Died June 26, 2015 at Piedmont Hospital in Atlanta following a lengthy hospitalization for complications from atrial fibrillation and a stroke. Born in Montgomery July 21, 1945, daughter of Joseph D. & Bessie Lewis Kendrick & sister of Joan Weil (Kendrick) Hodges, all of Montgomery. Survived by her husband, Jack A. Vann; daughters, Stephanie Burke Tippens (Randy) and Kimberly Burke Brown; niece, Joan Hodges Spinney and grandnieces, Mary Cate and Amy Leigh Spinney, all of Atlanta, and nephew, Joe Hodges (C.J.) and grandnephews, Alex and Gus Hodges, all of Montgomery.
Graduated from Sidney Lanier HS in 1963, attended the Univ. of Alabama & the Univ. of Colorado receiving a B.S. in Psychology. A resident of Atlanta for 42 years, she received a Nursing Diploma from the Piedmont Hospital School of Nursing & worked for over 27 years as a Registered Nurse in the Piedmont Operating Room retiring in 2007.
Jeanne joined the First United Methodist Church in 1954, was married there in 1995 & maintains her membership. In Atlanta she is an assoc. member of Vinings United Methodist Church where a memorial service will be held July 11, 2015. The family requests that, in lieu of flowers, donations be made to the Methodist Church, either First UMC in Montgomery or Vinings UMC in Atlanta.
Published in the MontgomeryAdvertiser.com on July 5, 2015.