Jennifer Ann Slatton
- July 14, 1974 - October 7, 2011
- Austin, Texas
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Jennifer, it is with so much sadness that i am just leaving about your passing today. To your family, i hope the best for all the kids and those who are caring for the children. If i can ever do something to help, please get in touch with me. email@example.com
Posted by: Shawna - alachua, FL - friend Nov 29, 2012
I just saw this and can't believe it. I am in shock. I am utterly devestated. I don't know what to say. I am in the army and this happened while I was in Iraq. Will somebody please contact me and tell me whhat happened. Christy? Please contact me. firstname.lastname@example.org. I am so sorry. Jennifer I will miss you more than you will ever know. I will cherish you in my heart always. I will always love you
Posted by: Clint Herzik - austin, TX - ex boyfriend, childhood friend Aug 08, 2012
Looking at your photo shown here, I wish I could reach out and touch you again and hug you and listen to you. I love you so much Jennifer, I mourn for you everyday. I just want you to come back to us.....
Posted by: Christy Recio - austin, TX - sister Oct 29, 2011
Dearest Family of Jennifer,
I am beside myself with sadness at Jennifer's passing, and send my most heartfelt condolences for your shocking loss. I was her midwife for the birth of Emma in Austin. I loved my prenatal visits with her and her most attentive and loving Clint, and her darling William. Her labor and home birth of Emma was accomplished with determination, honesty, and beauty. For those of us attending her birth, she was our hero and shining star. She was very special to me, and I loved her.
Posted by: Susie Terwilliger - Eagle River, AK - midwife and friend Oct 16, 2011
Jen was the founder of a parenting group in Gainesville that I had joined and I'd been reading her writings for months before I actually met her. I felt like I knew her before I ever met her and knew that once we met in person, we'd be great friends. I loved her from the start and was amazed by her strength, grace, generosity, sense of humor in difficult times - and just how wise she could be in times
Posted by: Stephanie Wear - Gainesville, FL - friend Oct 15, 2011
We moved to Florida from New Jersey in 2003, the same year when Clint came to UF. Occasionally, I met Clint at the campus and he was always very friendly to chat with me, so I knew he had two kids... then three... then four....and he told me Jenn was home schooling the kids, that was really amazing~~~
I remembered I had a toddler bed that my kids were growing out but still in very good shape, so I
Posted by: Wenhsing Wu - Gainesville, FL - Friend Oct 15, 2011
Do not worry if suddenly the person you loved is gone. Realize that love is in and out of our lives. But true love is forever . Blessed be.
Posted by: Belinda - Austin, TX Oct 14, 2011
Jennifer was a friend to my daughter when they were teens, and visited in our home as such. (I was divorced and a single mom, working as an LVN at that time.) She always had a shy, sweet presence and an easy smile even then. Holly and she stayed in touch, and because of their friendship, I continued to see her for happy events, and to hear updates on Jennifer's life. Her loves, her happiness, her successes, her tragic loss
Posted by: Peggy Kennedy Herrin Beeber - Lago Vista, TX - friend Oct 14, 2011
Even though it has been several years since I worked with Jennifer, she left a lasting impression on me. I remember her sparkle, quick wit and gentle grace and I especially admired her close, loving relationship with her devoted husband, Clint.
To Jennifer's family and friends, please accept my sincere sympathy on her untimely passing. I hope you find some consolation in the outpouring of sympathy, memorial entries, and offers of support.
Posted by: Kelli Tims - TX Oct 14, 2011
Jennifer touched my heart so profoundly with her sweet, loving nature and her vibrant, positive spirit. I am so glad that I told her very recently that I loved her unconditionally and that nothing would ever change that. The world has lost a great light, but I believe that everyone who knew her will carry a little of that light in their hearts. The very reason that we are all mourning her loss so much is that she brought so
Posted by: Sarah McCoy - Gainesville, FL - Friend Oct 14, 2011