Jennifer Leigh Greimann of Waukee

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Services for Jennifer Leigh Greimann, 39, of Waukee will be held at Hastings Funeral Home in Perry at 10 a.m. Wednesday, Sept. 7. Visitation will be held from 5-8 p.m., Tuesday, Sept. 6 at the funeral home. Burial will be at the Mt. Hope Cemetery at Madrid, Iowa. A lunch will follow at the Evangelical Free Church in Madrid.

Jennifer is survived by her daughters, Leah and Avery, and son, Grant Greimann; her parents, Larry and Nancy Thompson of Perry; brothers, Timothy (Stacy) Thompson of Boone and Aaron (Jessica) Thompson of Boone; sisters, Amy Rohret of Urbandale and Lisa (Bryce) Tingwald of LeMars.

Memorials are suggested for an education fund for Jennifer’s children and may be left or mailed to Hastings Funeral Home, 1417 Second St., Perry, IA 50220. In addition, a bank will be chosen later for receipt of memorials.

2 COMMENTS

  1. Jennifer was my medical practitioner. She was absolutely wonderful in every way. My love and prayers go out to the family. Sometimes it helps to know she’s in a far better place. My father died suddenly when I was 12. Knowing he is with the Lord has given me peace and has helped mightily with my grief.

  2. Jennifer was my medical practitioner. She helped save my life. I was so sick and at one of the lowest and darkest times in my life. In walks this light. She had this long, flowing hair, bright smile and light. Not to mention that her medical knowledge of my condition was amazing. We don’t really talk about the relationships and bonds you form with your medical professionals. While she was always professional, she had a kindness and treated me with respect and dignity. It was such a hard time for me and she knew that. I just had an appointment with her the week prior to her passing. I want her children to know how she talked about them. We showed each other pictures of our children. I’ve been seeing her medically for 3 years now. We had never shared pics of our kids but only spoke of them. On my last visit, she shared pictures of you kids. The joy, pride and love in her face when she talked about her children was beautiful to see. She couldn’t hide the love and pride she had for you. It was written all over her face. Your mom was an amazing person. She helped save my life. She was not just a medical professional. She was a great human. Never underestimate the power of kindness and treating people with dignity. She was a bright light. Thank you, Jennifer, for sharing it with others. Because of that gorgeous face and long flowing hair, I nicknamed her Dr. JLO! She mattered to a lot of people including me. Rest in peace Dr. JLO. You will be missed.

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