Jean Marie Molony, born March 29, 1955 daughter of John (Jack) Armstrong Molony (dec.), and Ruth Molony Vogt. Loving sister to Johnny Molony (dec.), Jessica (Brian) Campbell, Jill Collord and Eddie Morrison, Philip Molony (dec.), Julie Molony (dec.), Jane Molony-Renzenbrink, Nick Molony, and Jennifer Molony and Skip Vodegel. Favorite aunt of Amber, Brian, Brittany, Ashley, Nicholas, Emma, Kelly, Kari, Justin, Derek, Caitlin and Maxx. Also missed by countless friends, relatives and college roommates. Jean Marie died peacefully in her sleep November 16, 2017. Visitation will be held on Monday, November 20th from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at Neidhard-Minges Funeral Home, 10385 New Haven Road, Harrison, OH 45030. Funeral Mass will take place on Tuesday, November 21st at 11:00 a.m. at St. John the Baptist Church, 509 Harrison Avenue, Harrison, OH 45030. In lieu of flowers, donation can be made in Jean Marie’s name to Healthy Moms and Babes, 2270 Banning Road, Cincinnati, OH 45239, Lighthouse Youth Services, 401 E. McMillan St., Cincinnati, OH 45206, or The American Diabetes Association, 10200 Alliance Rd., Suite 101, Cincinnati, OH 45242 or the charitable organization of your choice.
Jean was the most beloved daughter, sister, aunt, friend, and neighbor. She had the most infectious laugh. Jean Marie had the amazing ability to hear what each person was saying (or sometimes not saying) and love you for it. She encouraged all of us to live life fully, love unconditionally, and to always be there for each other.
Jean Marie spent a life in service to people in need. She worked throughout the Cincinnati area in early childhood programs, with Help Me Grow/Healthy Moms and Babes, Project Connect, Even Start, and Lighthouse Youth Services. She also worked at Little Professor Bookstore in Oakley where she indulged in her passion for books and reading.
Jean remained in close contact with many of her Lumen Christi High School and University of Michigan college friends. Her housemates at Skidvalla (UofM) remain some of her closest friends to this day.often, making sure we all knew she was thinking of us and that we were loved. She will be sorely missed.
Jean was the glue that held her family, friends and classmates together, calling or texting with us often, making sure we all knew she was thinking of us and that we were loved. She will be sorely