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With very heavy hearts, we announce that our mother Jenny Kuebler has passed away on April 8, 2020 at her home, that she loved very much, at the age of 58 years old.


She is survived by her two sons Jari Jewitt (34) and Shayne Jewitt (30); along with her three daughters Cheyenne Jewitt (27), Jocelynne Gauthier (24), and Giselle Gauthier (21); her granddaughter Chloé Boxhorn (4); and her brother Rick (IGGY) Kuebler (60).


Jenny was born in Toronto , Ontario to her dad Warner Kuebler and her Mother Annie Kuebler. She went on to join the military and severed several years in the Canadian Armed Forces.

She studied psychology and sociology at Queens university and it is one of her proudest educational accomplishments. Although she always said her greatest accomplishments in life were held within her five children.


When she was young, she enjoyed travelling and could never been in one place for too long. She went from living in Toronto, to Kingston, Ontario, all the way to Nanaimo, British Columbia, to Winnipeg, Manitoba, and everywhere in between.


Jenny purchased her first home in the quaint little town of Ste Anne, Manitoba, in July 2000; where she then settled down and lived for the remainder of her life. Her house was her proudest possession and was something she continually talked about with joy and happiness. Anyone who knows Jenny, knows that the expression “home is where your heart is” was ever so true for her.


She lived a full life of wonder and continued adventure. Life was never boring for her. In fact, her favourite line that she repeated throughout her life was: “Well, it’s never a dull moment” and with Jenny, it really never was. She was always in the search of new excitement, new laughs, and creating memories that would last beyond her life time.


Jenny was a terrific mother, a great daughter, a loving friend, and caring sister. She was someone you could always rely on and find comfort in and she will be deeply missed.


Friends and relatives are encouraged to share memories, stories, and/or condolences for the family by using the comment section on this page.

A celebration of Jenny’s life was held at 3:30 p.m. Sunday, April 19, 2020 at the Unitarian Church - 603 Wellington Crescent at Academy Road. It has been recorded and is available for viewing on this page.


December 8, 1961 - April 8, 2020

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