Jean A. Packard CLAREMONT — Jean A. Packard (aka Mom, Meme, Ma P, Mrs. P, Mrs. Packard, Meme Jean and Meme Other), 85, of Claremont, New Hampshire, passed away peacefully at her home, Friday afternoon, July 24, 2020, with Ken, her husband of 60 years, by her side. She was born in Claremont on Dec. 31, 1934, and was the daughter of Eugene Locke and Helen (Meyers) Robinson. She grew up and lived in Windsor, Vermont, for 21 years where she was a 1953 graduate of Windsor High School and became an LPN, before marrying her sweetheart, Kendall P. Packard, on June 19, 1960. Afterwards, she lived in Claremont and they raised their three children and celebrated their 60th Wedding Anniversary last month. She is survived by her husband, Kendall "Ken" of Claremont; her son, Stuart Packard of Franklin, Indiana; her daughters, Wendy Luck and husband Robert of Newport, and Shelby Lowery and husband Robert "Robby" of Charlestown, New Hampshire. She is also survived by her grandson, Joshua K. Luck and wife Raenee of Sunapee, New Hampshire; and also leaves behind her many beloved “fur, feather, scaly, and fuzzy,” two- and four-legged great-grandbabies. She was predeceased by her parents and granddaughter, Scotlynn Salome Silfies. Per her wishes, there will be no services. In lieu of flowers, the family has requested that donations be made, in her memory, to the Lake Sunapee Region VNA & Hospice, and to the Claremont Food Kitchen. Arrangements are with Stringer Funeral Homes and Crematorium, 146 Broad St., Claremont, NH 03743. To view an online memorial or send a private message of condolence, visit www.stringerfh.com.

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