Jeanie Lock

Jeanie Lock was born June 7, 1959 in Wyatt, Missouri. She was the loving Mother of Nathan Lock, and beloved Aunt of Sarah Reynolds and Benjamin Stephenson, as well as dearest sister to Marcy Strope. She crossed over September 17, 2007 in Russellville, Missouri.
Jeanie was blessed with a kind heart and spirit. She always thought of herself second behind others. Hers was an intense, yet kind love.
During her time working as a stewardess for American Airlines she spent a lot of her time befriending others and touched many hearts during her journeys. She befriended many youth, and always held her home open to abandoned and homeless animals, showering them with her intense devotion and compassion.
Those she leaves behind will be forever grateful for having known her and shared in life with her. Memories of her will be comforting and reflected on joyously until the time we may rejoin her in eternal rest.


  1. Kathy Feltrop on January 1, 1900 at 12:00 am

    Even though we had never met I feel that I have had a look into the kind of person you were by speaking with your sister Marcy. I truly wish I would have had the chance to have known you, sisters are special. We carry our sisters with us all through our lives and we are gentle with their spirits and then as sisters sometimes do, we can get that sisterly look in our eyes and feel like we never want to see them again. It’s all part of being sisters. So, we will laugh at the times together, and remember the things we’ve lived through, and forever keep in our hearts the love two sisters have shared.
    Marcy sisters are rare when you know they are but a treasured jewel in our life, you said it yourself, she’ll always be there!

  2. Stacey Evers on January 1, 1900 at 12:00 am

    Marcy and family I am so sorry about your lose. Jeanie was a very good person. You and your family have my deepest sympathy.

  3. Ethan Stephenson on January 1, 1900 at 12:00 am

    Aunt Jeanie
    I Love you, I miss you , and I will allways remember you. Thank you for loveing me.
    Thank you for letting me spend a day with you and Nate, he was pretty lucky, he had you for a mama.
    I hope your happy, because I loved your smiles, you looked my mama when you smiled. My mama loved you alot, and she said she would never let me forget you.
    I know i want because, when i look at my mama i remember you and her laughing and hugging us.
    love and hugs and kisses
    Ethan Stephenson

  4. Benjamin Stephenson Jr on January 1, 1900 at 12:00 am

    My Aunt Jeanie
    The short time we spent togather I will always remember, you let me spend the night with you and Nate and that meant alot to me, My mom allways talked about how much she loved you and you know what I loved you too.
    You gave a great gift Aunt Jeanie, you gave me a chance to play with my brother, and talk to him, You didnt know Aunt Jeanie but I knew he was my brother, I didnt tell him because mama said it might hurt him and you, and I would never do that.
    I dont like to see my mama sad, but she said it was ok to talk about how i felt it would not make her sad so i did.
    I will allways love you, and I never told you because I didnt want you to know that i knew, but you was a good mama to Nate, and he loved you like I love mama.
    If i ever get to see him again I will tell him what a great mama he had and how much you loved him.
    and how much me and mama loved him and you.
    Mama says your not sad anymore, and that makes me happy. Maybe one day my mama want be sad anymore too.
    I will try to grow up and make you and mama proud of me, dont know what i want to be yet but mama says i have lots of time to think about it, I miss you maybe sometimes you can let me know your watching over me like papa’s papa does, I be waiting for you to let me know your there mama says to watch for things you loved and i will know your watching over me, I saw a really big pretty bird and i knew that was you saying you loved me.
    Tell jesus hi and i love him, i want see you for a while because i am only 7 but one day when i am an old person i will see you and i well still remember you and love you.
    Benjamin JR.

  5. Sarah Reynolds on January 1, 1900 at 12:00 am

    Aunt Jeanie
    Ya know, I wrote a letter to you and layed it in the very spot that you passed, it disapeared. Maye you took it? Im siting in my bedroom looking at your ashes right now, I keep them were I sleep because I know you’ll be warm. You loved to watch me get all dolled up when I was little, so I keep you on the makeup table so you can always watch me. Aunt Jeanie, Im sorry, I should have been there for you, there is no excuse,I know that in some ways you dident want me to see you going through all that stuff. Dont worry I have Dela and she is well taken care of, every now and then she lays on the stool to the makeup table and I wonder if she can still sense you and she knows when your watching. Im only sorry that Dakota isent going to have the chance to have you in his life like I did. You may never know how your influence helped me, it got me through the hardest of things. I always knew that I was gonna go to Aunt Jeanies house. Mom is so sad, I wish God would let to talk to her, even if it was in a dream, she needs peace. Im OK, but I still have that erge to pick up the phone and say some thing to make you laugh, mayby a line from one of our favorite movies. Every night on my way to work, I listen to all of your old CDs, the ones we listened to when I was a little girl. I will make sure that Nathen knows who his mommy was, I will be the one to tell him the stories, show him the photos, dont worry, he well know. Im his Aunt and I will be there for him just like you were for me, no one will stop me. I love you Aunt Jeanie, I know we will be together again, this is only good bye for now

  6. Marcy Stone on January 1, 1900 at 12:00 am

    My sister my best friend I miss you so very much. You are in my every breath I take, its so hard not talking to you, or seeing you, laughing with you, crying with you, even our little fights we had, I dont know what to do sometimes so i find myself talking to you, and sadly your not there.
    I know you are at peace now, remember we always told each other when we get to heaven we would hold our baby sisters and tell them we loved them and they would never be alone again. Sis tell them for me too.
    You took a part of my heart and soul with you, so when it is my time your the first face i want to see, so you hold on wait for me because life here will never be the same again, I do promise you this i will live, laugh, and love for the both of us. Just please be there waiting on me and grab my hand, we will be togather again sis, and no one well ever keep us apart again.
    Know i miss you know i love you and no one could ever take your place. My siter my best friend.

  7. Jim Gassner on January 1, 1900 at 12:00 am

    I was her favorite brother in law.She was and is missed by her sister, Marcy.

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