Jessica A. Stotler

Date of Death: January 1, 1900
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Professor Robert Hirsch left a message on February 9, 2010:
Please know that Jessie will be missed. I send my heartfelt condolences knowing your loss is great.

Jessie was a student in my Business Communication class this past fall at North Park. She was so full to good cheer and always had a smile to lighten those around her. Her laughter was infectious as she was beloved by the students and this professor.

Because of Jessie&s health problems she missed a number of classes. We met at the end of the semester and again in January when she shared with me her health problems. Even hearing the enormity of them, she was upbeat about the challenges she faced and positive about her future. We worked out a plan for her to complete the missing assignments and I was looking forward to helping her succeed, knowing full well she would.

It came as a shock to learn of her passing. May she rest in peace at the right hand of God in heaven. My guess is she&s probably saying something like, "Wipe away those tears. There&s no joy in crying." Even with her difficulties she has such a positive attitude.

May her memory be eternal.

Prof. Bob Hirsch
Nilwona Nowlin left a message on February 9, 2010:
I didn&t know Jessie personally, but I knew quite a few of her friends. It&s evident through their words/stories that she was a wonderful young woman and will surely be missed. I&m praying that God provides you with comfort and strength for this day and the years to come.
Melissa Velez-Luce left a message on February 9, 2010:
Deepest condolences from the Office of Development and Alumni Relations, and prayers for God&s presence in the midst of your grief.

Melissa Velez-Luce
Alumni Relations Manager
North Park University
Pam Schilling left a message on February 9, 2010:
Peace be to Jessica&s family and loved ones. I would like to offer my condolences to you. Jessica was in my finance course this semester. I&m saddened at news of her passing and will miss the opportunity to be together with her on her academic journey. I hope you find comfort in the memories of your time together. May God give her eternal love and may her soul rest in peace.

All my sympathy is with you.

Pam Schilling
Charles Peterson left a message on February 9, 2010:
To the family and friends of Jessica,
Please accept my deep sympathies for the loss of Jessica. I had the opportunity to meet Jessica and to work with her on her appeal for readmission to North Park University. I was moved by her detirmination to complete her studies at North Park in spite of her serious physical limitations. It was such a disappointment to hear that she was again facing health challenges and then to learn that she had lost the battle. I am grateful that I had the opportunity to meet Jessica and will remember her example when meeting other students facing difficult life challanges.
Charles Peterson
Dean of the College
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
Heather Martin left a message on February 9, 2010:
My thoughts and prayers are with your family as you grieve the loss of your daughter and sister. I worked with Michelle at Wabash Valley Hospital a few years ago. I was so sorry to hear of your loss. Now that she is with her father, her Earthly and her Heavenly father, she will no longer suffer.
Wesley Lindahl (Dean at North Park) left a message on February 9, 2010:
My thoughts and prayers go out to Jessie&s family. Jessie was a student in our business program and her professors have told me of her struggles over these past years. My condolences to you on behalf the faculty and staff at North Park University School of Business and Nonprofit Management.

Wesley Lindahl, Dean, School of Business and Nonprofit Management
Lyz Smith left a message on February 9, 2010:
I wasvery sorry to hear the news about Jessie. I used to go to ECC with her. We were in Life together and I used to work at VBS in the summer. She was a very kind person. She could always put a smile on everyone&s face, and she will be sorely missed. I would have come to the services but I moved to Kokomo in 2007 and the weather conditions made it impossible. Jessie is in my thoughts and prayers, all of you are. God Bless.
John Layton left a message on February 8, 2010:

My heart goes out to the family of Jessca Stotler. Jessica was a student at Tecumseh Middle School many years ago when I was principal. I loved her very much. She was very courageous and an inspiration to myself, many staff members and countless students. She fought a tough fight with dignity and grace. I remember well the incentive field trip to Kings Island when the heart transplant call could come any moment. We were so happy for her when the call came.

I will always remember her. Heaven gained a loving soul this week. Thank you Jessica for your inspiration.

Soller-Baker Funeral Homes, Inc. left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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