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Jeanette M.
April 6,1950 - August 7,2014

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On August 7, 2014 I lost a very important part of my life. My wife, Jeanette, went to be with the Lord in Heaven. She left behind an example of what we should all be. Jeanette was a compassionate lady who cared about anyone who needed help. She gave that help. Jeanette was fun, loving, bossy, and cared about anything that bothered her children, friends and strangers in need. To me she was perfect.


We were married for 55 years. Both of us retired at age 65 and both of us are age 79. We got to know each other during the first years of our marriage, things like finding what upset one another and what made us happy. We were exploring each others' feelings and we loved one another but there was something lacking in our marriage and I think it was that we didn't have enough time together. 

I was a long distance truck driver for 29 years and away from home two or three weeks at a time and that took its toll. That changed when we retired. 

She sold her business in Charlotte, a fish camp, florist and personnel service. We moved back to Kings Mountain where I was raised and bought our home on W. Mountain Street. 

Things changed. We had 16 years of the best love and marriage anyone could ask for. When we had been retired for three or four years we became bored. That didn't set well with Jeanette, so she bought a building in Grover and opened Rogers BBQ. During the 12 years she owned the restaurant she fed the hungry, homeless and families. Each Christmas and Thanksgiving she would locate six families to help. She bought the traditional meal of ham or turkey, etc. and staples enough to last 3-4 weeks. 


Some of her customers helped deliver the food but were instructed not to tell where it came from. If they asked her she would reply “Jesus wanted you to have this food.'' Then she would exit the home and cry all the way to her next stop. 

My wife, Jeanette Allen, was an angel on earth and people told her that. Her motto was “help God's people and He will bless you.” This is just a small portion of her life story. I pray that in some way your wife is like mine. 









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