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Jeanne Garner Hayes nee Aker

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Jeanne Garner Hayes (nee Aker), 89, formerly of Cincinnati, passed away on Wednesday, July 15, 2020 at Emerald Trace in Erlanger, KY. Jeanne served as the Executive Director of the Cincinnati Rotary Club for 25 years. She also was a member of the Cincinnati Business Woman Association, an honorary lifetime member of Cincinnati Rotary International, and she received a key to the city of Cincinnati. In addition to her accomplishments, Jeanne enjoyed traveling, especially spending summers at her Engadine home in Michigan, and spending time with her family.

Jeanne was preceded in death by her 1st husband, Billy Garner; her 2ndhusband, Jim Hayes; her siblings, Bill Aker, Carroll Aker, Urban Aker, and Virginia Stutler; and her sister-in-law, Bonnie Aker. She is survived by her sons, Tim (Angie) Garner, Tom (Karen) Garner, and Terry (Loraine) Garner. She also leaves behind her grandchildren, Jeff (Michelle) Marksberry, Brian Marksberry, Jennifer (David) Vann, Beth (Josh) Wentz, and Kim (Brian) Bauer; and her great-grandchildren, Anna and Chloe Marksberry, and Matthew and Colin Vann.

A celebration of life service for Jeanne will be held at a later date.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions to: The Cincinnati Rotary Club, c/o The Rotary Club Foundation 441 Vine St. #2112 Cincinnati, OH 45202 www.cincinnatirotary.org or Stepping Stones, Inc. 5650 Given Rd. Cincinnati, OH 45243 www.steppingstonesohio.org.

Online condolences to: www.linnemannfuneralhomes.com.

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Address: 30 Commonwealth Avenue Erlanger, KY - Kentucky 41018
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Loosing my Longtime dear friend Jeanne

Dear Tim, Terry and Tom and wives and families. Dick and I were soooo sorry to hear about your wonderful Mom’s passing and can tell you that Jeanne was one of the most wonderful women I have ever had as a good friend. She was such a great cheerleader for me and my Travel Agency. We had such great times on our Rotary Convention Trips which I will never forget. I only regret that I did not get to see her this year in Cincinnati where I just bought a house. I hope I will be able to come to her celebration of Life and will look for the date hopefully in August? Fondly, Pat and Dick Cronenberg 5132005488


Neighborly condolence from Mrs. Manny

My condolences to Jeanne’s family. No greater joy comes than to have your loving mother by your side for so long. Yet the day comes when that joy is interrupted and mere words cannot take away the pain you are feeling. I hope that amidst your tears you can find comfort in knowing that your love will keep your mother alive in your hearts just as God’s love is proved by His memory of Jeanne in every detail. He will not forget your beloved mother, nor the promises He holds out to all.— John 5:28, 29, Revelation 21:4; Psalm 37:11, 29