Kyabram to mourn loss of Jenni Lawson.August 13, 2014 3:01am
Kyabram is mourning the loss of the humorous and loving Jenni Lawson, who lost her short battle with cancer on Sunday.
She was 49 years old.
A maths and science teacher at Kyabram P-12 College, mother to Emily, 18, Janna, 16, Daniel, 14, and Rebekah, 6, and wife to Alister, Mrs Lawson was described as devoted mother and teacher full of life who had strong relationships with all who met her.
A service to celebrate the life of Jenni will be at the W. A. Kuhne Hall, Kyabram P-12, Fischer St on Friday at 2
Jenni will be interred at the Cookardinia Cemetery on Saturday at 2
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