Jill Simas-Wagoner, Donor

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She always thought of others...

Jill, my beloved wife, passed away unexpectedly. She had just turned 49 years old. She was a lovely wife, mother of six wonderful kids and grandmother to six grandchildren. She always had a smile on her face and an infectious laugh. She always thought of others before herself and was willing to help people with no questions asked. We talked about being donors as I myself am a donor. She always said if she could help or make somebody’s day then she was happy. She will be missed every day and just knowing she is still helping brings a smile to my face.

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  1. February 18th, 2020 | Boo (Ashlynn) |

    My amazing beautiful mama. She was an amazing mother. She did everything she could for me. My mom knew how to always make me smile and laugh. She knew the right things to say not only to me but to everyone. She was never a judgmental person. She always had open arms to everyone who came into her life. She was the type of person who would take her shirt off her back to give to someone in need. My mom was such a dork and loved to be silly all the time. She knew how to have a great time. She had a great and wonderful heart she never liked to get on anyone’s bad side. She wanted to make sure everyone she loved was happy and enjoying their time. My mom was a great person to go to when you needed someone to talk to. She was all ears and would give wonderful advise. She was the best mom I could ever ask for and the only mom I’ll ever https://have.my mom loved to travel and loved camping. She was very adventurous. She was also a great nana to her grand babies. Mama I love you to the gates and back. You are a wonderful beautiful person. My butterfly for life. Until next time I know I’ll see you again. 🦋🦋

  2. February 18th, 2020 | Lareta Sue Clark |

    I met Jill when she was 3 years old. She didn’t walk she always ran. In a hurry to get where she was going. Very emotional, loved playing with dolls and being a mother. She loved ice cream and being on camping trips. Anything her Dad was doing she wanted to be a part of it. Always caring & devoted to her family and her pets. She had a dog & a bird when she came to live with us...she had a special heart, loved the beach at her grandparents. Loved joking with her grandpa, James. She loved Christmas and all the decorating and she loved people. Never met a stranger. She was a very special person. Sleep well little girl. See you soon - love Sue ❤️


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