Jessie I. (Brawn) Lapp

Born: Tue., Jan. 20, 1925
Died: Thu., Jun. 9, 2016

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Jessie Lapp

January 20, 1925 – June 9, 2016


Jessie Lapp – a Pendleton resident died Thursday, June 9, 2016, at a local care facility.  She was 91 years old.  Sign the online condolence book at 

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Paul Lapp
   Posted Sun June 12, 2016
Love you mother, thank for my great dad,because of your love like Natalie,Baliey and Cutter we are always going to be together.

Cassandra Lapp von Braun
   Posted Sun June 12, 2016
May heaven wrap in its eternal embrace our beloved mother, Jessie Luetta Braun Lapp. With her husband and our father Frank, together they lived as a most loving couple -- a grace and inspiration that guided me to a wonderful marriage with my husband Gennaro in Boston.

Natalie Lapp
   Posted Thu June 16, 2016
Dear Jessie I will miss you. I know you are with your beloved and are free from your pain. You treated me like a daughter, taught me the art of gardening and all those garden books! I will cherish them. I shared many a plant with friends. Thank you.

Linda Mattes
   Posted Thu June 16, 2016
I loved listening to the stories about Jessie's life and experiences, her sense of humor, and having lunch with her at Sunridge Estates. Rest in peace...

Bailey Lapp
   Posted Thu June 16, 2016
Grandma Jessie will be dearly missed. I wish I could have been present in her final moments. Our last picture together was taken at thanksgiving. I am so vey glad for these memories as her heath declined days later. She is finally with her dearly departed husband she so desperately missed these many years, which gives me peace. Love you Grandma!

   Posted Tue June 21, 2016
Sorry for the loss of your grandma. Take care.

Wayne Eggert
   Posted Sun June 26, 2016
May you rest in peace Aunt Jessie. I always remember the times you visited us. You were a wonderful lady. Mom always thought the world of you and how they would sit and laugh about growing up until the tears were flowing. Gone but not forgotten.

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