Jennie Sorenson

Resided in Escanaba, MI
Died January 25, 2005

Jennie Christine (Jenshak) Sorenson, age 93, of the Pinecrest Medical Care Facility, died Sunday December 25, 2005, at the Pinecrest Medical Care Facility, in Powers, where she has resided for the past 5 in a half years.
Jennie was born December 31, 1911, in Green Bay, the daughter of Norwegian immigrants, Hartwig and Henrietta (Jager) Hansen. Jennie attended and graduated from the West High High School in Green Bay. Jennie lived in Ford River and Green Bay before eventually moving back to the Escanaba area where she resided at the Harbor Tower until her health began to decrease, at which time, Jennie moved to the Pinecrest Medical Care Facility, in Powers, where she had resided for the remainder of her life. Jennie primarily worked as a homemaker throughout her life, making her home and caring for her family. She was also employed for Bellin Hospital in Green Bay, in the housekeeping department, and for the House of Ludington in Escanaba. In her spare time, Jennie enjoyed bowling and stitch work of many kinds. She took great pride in flowers and always had many houseplants in her home.

Jennie leaves to survive:

4 Sons: Gary (Therese) Jenshak of Escanaba, MI

Edward (Barbara) Jenshak of Soo Hill, MI

Bob (Merna) Jenshak of Ford River, MI

David (Barbara) Jenshak of Caro, MI

1 Daughter in Law: Millie Jenshak

She is also survived by several grandchildren, great grandchildren, great great grandchildren and many nieces, nephews and cousins

In addition to her parents, Hartwig and Henrietta, Jennie was preceded in death by: Her husbands, Howard Jenshak and Darrell Sorenson.

3 Infant Children: Ronald, Terry and Janet

2 Sons: Roger and Donald

1 Granddaughter: Lori Marie

1 Great Grandson: Jason Jenshak


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    Our prayers and thoughts are with you in this time of sorrow. May she enjoy the presence of God as she is brought to everlasting life.
    June & Phil Racine
    Florence, KY

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