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Jennice Blankenship

Jennice Ann Blankenship (Blankenship)

March 19, 1955 - October 9, 2020
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Obituary

Jennice Ann Blankenship (Jenn), 65, of Pine Bluff, passed away peacefully on Friday, October 9, 2020, at Jefferson Regional Medical Center. She was born March 19, 1955, in Charlton Heights, West Virginia. Jennice had a passion for nursing and had been a nurse for over 30 years. She was employed with Well Path as a nurse for the Department of Corrections, and was of the Baptist faith. Home, family, and friends were very important to her. She loved shopping, fishing, traveling, and spending time at the beach.

She was preceded in death by her parents, Robert Blankenship and Reita Blankenship Russo.

She is survived by her spouse, Dwana F. Johnson; aunt, Brenda Crookshanks and her husband, Kenneth, of Taylors, South Carolina; uncle, James Ray Thomas of Oakland, California. Also her beloved dog “Chez”.

Due to COVID-19, a private Memorial Service will be held at a later date.

Memorial contributions may be made to Feeding America’s Covid 19 Relief Fund online at www.feedingamerica.org or at Feeding America, P.O. Box 96749, Washington, D.C. 20090-6749
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Deb york

Posted at 10:46pm
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La Tasha Thomas

Posted at 02:19pm
I know words can't take away the hurt you're feeling. Sending you love and strength in this time of loss. I'm praying for you and hoping you'll find some comfort.
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Ann Teer

Posted at 06:30am
Dwana and family I am so sorry for your loss. Jennice and I met over 30 years ago working at DGU. She had a heart of Gold, a sense of humor and an awesome nurse and friend. She touched the lives of many. You will be missed my friend.
you now have your wings. Soar high my friend.
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Tina Owens

Posted at 11:12am
To Dwana and the family of Jennice Blankenship,
I will forever be grateful of the friendship I had with Jennice (my friend). She was very compassionate when it came to helping others. It showed in her work each and every day. In 2008, I was transferred to Diagnostic Unit to work to work in Records for 4 years. That is when I met Jennice. I We became friends from day one. It hurts me to my heart to know that someone with such a genuine kind hearted spirit is no longer here. I don't have to ask you Dwana how is my friend doing. I know for myself she is doing fine now. For she has gone to a much better place. I will never forget you, Jennice. Until we see each other again. Love and God bless.
Your friend,
Tina Owens
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Mike Hammett

Posted at 01:29pm
I worked with her for long time. She was a great person and friend. Dwana sorry for your loss! Love you both!
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