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50 Fam. Ct. Rev. 1 (2012)

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This issue of Family Court Review is dedicated to the memory of Jeanne T. Ames, an AFCC pioneer
and a wonderful force for good in the larger community. The following tribute to Jeanne by Sherrie
Kibler-Sanchez captures our memories of Jeanne too.
                                                        -The   Editors of Family Court Review

                         A TRIBUTE TO JEANNE T. AMES

                                   Sherrie Kibler-Sanchez

                                       Jeanne T. Ames
                                February 3, 1926-July 8, 2011

   Jeanne celebrated life and left this world on her own terms as she negotiated her final mediation
with bravery, integrity and love from this life into the next. As she explained it to her family, she was
able to get those parts of her body that worked well to cooperate with those parts that did not in a
dignified and respectful manner. This was her end of life plan. Her family was with her and wished her
a Bon Voyage, and, it is said she is re-eloping with the love of her life.
   Jeanne was a thoughtful woman, had beauty, a brilliant mind, was creative, was dedicated to her
work, had a blazing spark for life and a wonderful sense of humor. She lived in the moment and gave
so much to those she loved and cared for. Jeanne was elegant, dressed fabulously and was calm and
measured in her actions. She had immense style and grace.
   Jeanne was a fourth-generation San Franciscan. Her ancestors came to California by sea around
Cape Horn during the Gold Rush. She is a native San Franciscan and she attended local San Francisco

Correspondence: skibler-sanchez@lasuperiorcourt.org

FAMILY COURT REVIEW, Vol. 50 No. 1, January 2012 1-2
c 2012 Association of Family and Conciliation Courts

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