Jeanette “Jan” Laura Mee, age 76, of Mohave Valley, Arizona passed away on Tuesday, January 12, 2021 at Valley View Medical Center. Services are pending at St. Anne’s Catholic Church.
Jan was born on Friday, April 28, 1944 in Clare, New York to Mason and Rose’Ange VanBrocklin. Jan married Larry Mee on June 27, 1970 and they lived happily together until his passing on April 18, 1992.
Jan is survived by her five children, Jackie White and her husband Kevin, and 3 daughters, Melinda Torrealba and her husband, Juan, Halie White, and Ragan White; Robin Bilin and her partner, Cathy Drewry and Robin’s 3 children, Matthew Bilin and his wife, Katelyn, Kassidy Bilin, and Jessica Bilin and her fiance’ Matthew Zerillo; Julie Mee and her 4 children, Dalton Leatherman, Taylor Leatherman, Corey Leatherman, and BreAnna VanDusen; Phillip Mee, and his 4 children, Autumn Mee, Madison Mee, Kamiron Mee, and Britney Mee: and Brandy Mee and her partner, Stephanie Knotts and Brandy’s 4 children, Auliyah Redd and her fiancé,’ Ronell Ryland, Emanee Mee, Daesha Tramble, and Mark Tramble III; 15 great grandchildren; brothers, Phillip VanBrocklin, Larry VanBrocklin, and Jerry VanBrocklin; and sisters, Helen Harmer and Sue Carlson.
Mom, along with her beautiful smile, voice, and laughter, will be carried in our hearts forever.
Always and Forever, Your Children, Jackie, Robin, Julie,
Phillip, and Brandy
So very sorry to hear about your mom, I know the emptiness you all must feel at this time. Hang on to the wonderful memories you had with her and know she is in a much better place, no longer in pain. Absence is an adjustment. And it has no set duration of time in getting over her passing. Having the support and love of those around you, will help in getting you through this.
We love you and if you need anything we’re here for you.
I still cannot believe that this is true. The hurt and pain is getting worse everyday. It’s not getting any better. I want to call and talk to you. But I can’t do that anymore. I really need to hear your voice again, mom.
I wish that this was a nightmare, that i would wake up from. But it’s not. I am so hurt that your gone. I know that you are in a better place. That you are back with dad, as you wanted to be. And that you are happy again. It still does not change the fact. That I wish you were still here with us.
I love and miss you so very much, mom. R.I.P
Love your son,
I grew up with Jeanette. Sorry for your loss. Praying for the family.
Nancy Colton Stowell
Rest In Peace sweet friend. I know you are rejoicing in heaven with Larry and your dear momma and daddy. I will miss you and love you always❤️
Jan was my life time friend and I will miss her. Not many people get a friend for life.
Net, I am going to miss you SO much! Memories of so many fun times of when we were younger keep flooding my mind. I am so very happy I got to talk to you before the holidays! I will miss our long talks and all the laughs.
Love you forever, my friend! ♥️
We were friends and neighbors of Jan and Larry. They were wonderful neighbors, our kids played with each other and we became Godparents to Julie. We spent a lot of time together and shared many good meals. We missed them do much when they moved out of state. They both are missed by all who knew them.
Jeanette has been a great friend since our highschool days. She was always full of laughter…making everyone she met smile and feel good. She Blessed the world with a wonderful family and many friends who will always miss her. Until we meet again, R.I.P Dearest Jeanette/Jan 💔💔💔
To our loving sister Jeanette…..words escape us at times as we try to express our loss. We miss you so much! Please continue laughing and smiling as you watch over your children. They are devastated and struggling right now. Sending love and hugs to Jackie, Robin, Julie, Philip, and Brandy.
We are heartbroken about our sisters passing. We miss her smile and laughter. We may have lived far apart but talked often. Jackie, Robin, Julie, Phillip and Brandy always know how much your Mom Loved You. Rest In Peace Jeanette.
Momma my heart aches for you. Thinking of life without you in it feels sad and incomplete:(. I will love you always and can’t wait to see you again. Your daughter Robin
I was Jan’s life time sister since the first grade,some years we saw each other often and other times it could be years. When we did get together that sister hood was always like we had not missed a step. Thank-you for wonderful friendship. Thanks for all the memories that we had over the years.
I loved U A J! U will be missed! Enjoy Heaven, until I get there!
The coolest, strongest woman. I am honored to call her my friend.