Jeanette Eva Hudson

September 9, 2009

09/09/2009

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Sunday September 13, 2009

Jeanette Eva Hudson

Norfolk – Jeanette Eva Hudson passed away Wednesday morning, September 9, 2009, surrounded by her adoring family. She was an incredible wife, mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother. Jeannette will pass on her passion for life and a wonderful sense of humor. She had a special presence about her that drew people into her life and once there, they were there for life. Though her recent battle with illness, she still had enough energy to make you laugh.

Jeanette will be truly missed by her family and anyone whose life she touched. She leaves behind her best friend and husband, Wayne Hilton Hudson; three adoring daughters, Lisa Whitley and her husband Gregson, Penny Soady and her husband Scott, and Johneen Papson and her husband Mike.

Jeanette made it a point to let each grandchild know how special they were to her. She had seven grandchildren, Joseph Hudson and his wife Nicole, Brandi Mckown, Tiffany Whitley, Michael McManus, Chase Whitley, Madison McKown, and Andrew Papson; and tow great-grandchildren, Brandon and Van Hudson.

All services will be private. Altmeyer Funeral Home, Southside Chapel, is handling the arrangements. Condolences may be offered to the family at altmeyer.com.

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donnie
7 years ago

im very sorry for your loss she was a very good lady she did alot for me in the early years

Roy Gray
7 years ago

Our thoughts are with you and your family at this sad moment. We are only on this earth for such a short period of time and when a love one passes on it is those special moments you had together that keeps there memory living on in your heart forever.

pat soady
7 years ago

Please know that our thoughts and prayers are with you at this sad time in your life. In time you will have your precious memories that will bring smiles as well as sadness to your hearts as you remember your beloved wife, mother, and grandmother.

Love, Bill and Pat Soady