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Obituary for JENNIFER ANN PATTON
Jennifer was born on November 29, 1957 in Chicago, Illinois and was adopted by her loving parentsRobert and Terry Johnston. Jenny grew up in Deerfield, Illinois and graduated from Deerfield High school in 1976. She went on to attended William Woods College in Missouri for a short time before returning home and continuing school at Lake Forest College; she also attended Montana State University. Her studies included psychology, religion and nursing. After school she went on to start a family in Illinois, where she had three children Keegan, Abbie, and Emily. She later moved to Tucson Arizona where she had her youngest son Caleb. After spending almost every summer of her life in Montana she then decided to move her family to the place she loved the most. In Montana she met and spent the last thirteen years of her life with Ron Schara. Jennifer was preceded in death by her mother Terry Johnston, Grandparents Robert "Bobbo" and Myrtle "Mommo" Stanton, Angus and Abbie Johnston, and grandson Dylan Nemitz. She is survived by her Father Robert Johnston of Big Timber and Bozeman, brother Jeff Johnston of Bozeman, sister Julie (John) Hunt and their children, sons Keegan (Stephanie) Mueller of Tucson Arizona, Caleb Patton of Big Timber Montana and daughters Abbie Nemitz and Emily Mueller of Big Timber, and her husband Ron Schara of Big Timber Montana along with his children Amber (Jason) Emmitt of Columbus, Kip Schara of Missoula and Bryce (Christine) Schara of Washington and Columbus, grandchildren; Collin Nemitz, Rayne and Calibur Emmitt, and Breauna and Carson Schara.
11:00 A.M. Saturday
January 31, 2015
Stenberg Funeral Home
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