Jennifer (Jenny Sue) Lemons
Jennifer (Jenny Sue) Lemons, age 60, of Farmersville, TX, passed away on October 18, 2019. She was born September 19, 1959, in Dallas, TX. Jennifer loved her family dearly. She had an amazing personality. Witty, smart, generous, and full of love. Jennifer wore her heart on her sleeve. She loved to car dance and sing. Purple was her favorite color. Jennifer was very gifted at making crochet and cross stitch crafts. She was a "shop aholic" and would always buy purses, blankets, phone covers, and socks. Jennifer was also an excellent cook. She will be deeply missed by everyone who loved her. Jennifer is survived by her loving husband of 27 years: Mike Lemons; daughters: Andrea Burrow and husband Jeremy, Rachel McKnight, and Melinda McKnight; grandchildren: Aubrey, Shaun, Jennifer, Jacob, Daniel, Rylan, Ryder, Addison, and Sawyer; mother: Doris Smothers; mom: Virginia Smothers; sisters: Lauri Anderson and husband Jeff, and Penny Leija; brother: David Smothers and wife Pam; beloved dogs: Daisy Mae, Booty Ray, Jenny Gay, and Josephine Lee; and a host of nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her father: Donald Smothers; grandson: Cameren Hargrove; and sister: Trecia Harper. A celebration of Jennifer's life was held 1:00 pm Wednesday, October 23, 2019, at Reflections at Rest Haven Funeral Home-Rockwall Location.
Published on October 21, 2019


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Cathy Feagin
Dec 02, 2019
I know you are watching over us in Heaven.
Your life was way too short.
Andrea Burrow
Oct 29, 2019
I still cannot believe this. I miss you mom. So much. Heaven is so lucky to have you.
Marihelen Lindsey
Oct 23, 2019
I remember a long time ago at the dairy farm owned by my Uncle Foy and Aunt Josie, at the family reunion when the Smothers brought Jennifer and her brother David and introduced them to the family. Being only a couple years older than Jennifer, I saw it from a young perspective. Still many memories from those days long ago.