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July 20, 1948 ~ September 29, 2023 (age 75) 75 Years Old
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Passed away with her beloved husband Mario and cherished Wee Dog, Missy-Grace at her side at the Anson General Hospital in Iroquois Falls in the early hours on Friday September 29th , 2023 at the age of 75. She will be deeply missed by her husband of nearly 21 years Mario Proulx, her sister Jean Ellen (Fred) Marlow, mother-in-law Edna (late Gérard) Proulx, brothers-in-law Yvon (Micheline) Proulx, Gilbert (Ellie) Proulx, Ron (Vicky) Proulx, Réjean (Cathy) Proulx, as well as her step-mother Marie Talton.
Jenny was also ‘’Aunt Jenny’’ to nearly two dozen nieces and nephews, and even more great nieces and nephews. Jenny was especially close to her nephews Freddie and Jeremy, and her nieces Caitlin, Jessi, and Merideth.
She was predeceased by her father Captain Douglas H. Talton, Chief Radio Master US Navy (Ret.), her mother Jean Ellen Talton, and her sister Robin Ann(Rex) Hasty, US Air Force(Ret.).
Born on the US Navy Hospital ship USS Repose, in the south China sea, Jenny followed her parents all around the world, growing up and living in various European Countries as well as the Bahamas, and countless States, including Alaska, which prepared her for our Northern Ontario climate.
Jenny crossed the border into Canada on September 21st , 2002, and settled with Mario on the shores of Big Nellie Lake, and never again thought of living anywhere else! She became a Canadian Citizen in the spring of 2008, often citing this is one of her proudest moments. Her life’s adventures are worthy of a thousand page novel!
Cremation will take place and her ashes will be lay to rest in Iroquois Falls at a alter date.
In lieu of cards and flowers, Mario would greatly appreciate donations in Jenny's name to the Anson General Hospital Hospice Suite.