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Jerilynn Rochelle Westbrook

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Jerilynn R. Westbrook beloved mother and sister was called to the beautiful gates of heaven to be with our Lord and Savior on September 6, 2016. Jerilynn was born in San Antonio, TX on September 26, 1963. A graduate of Memorial High, she later attended San Antonio College where she received an Associate's Degree. She was an exceptional poet and wrote numerous poems. She started her faith with the Lord at a young age, and being spiritually one with God was very important to her. She had numerous of friends from all over the world that she shared her words of encouragement, wisdom, faith and her smile. She is survived by her only child, daughter, Natassia (Joseph) Wagner; sisters, Carla (Lon) Pontoo and Audrey (Silas) Johnson; nephews, Esonu Pontoo, Gillie Wilson III, Nicholas Johnson; nieces, Desiree Johnson, Shamie Johnson; and a host of other family and friends. She is preceded in death by her mother, Dorothy J. Spears; father, Gerald Westbrook; grandparents, Emma (Moses) Gardley.

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  1. WE worked together for a few short months and she had a direct impact on me. I know the world lost a beautiful soul. God’s blessing to her daughter who will carry on her spirituality and love.

  2. Jeri’s love of laughter will always remain with me. Her heart was so full of caring for all of us, and, she did not mind telling us if we were not thinking correctly! Her goodness was just part of her being, surrounding her with an aura of determination and calm. I keep a picture of her at 5 years old that she sent out on her 50th birthday to remind me of the dear heart she always had. Much love to her family and friends.

  3. Ms. Jerilynn Westbrook was one of the sweetest, most caring woman that I had the pleasure of knowing. I praying everyday that God will continue to Bless her family abundantly during this time. To her daughter, my sister, my best friend, Tassia Wagner, I love you beyond words could ever express. You all are in my prayers and I have Faith that God will continue to strengthen your mind, your heart, your soul, and your body. RIH Ms. Westbrook. You will definitely be missed by many.

  4. We have lost one of the kindest and gentlest person I have ever had the privilege to know. I will cherish our memories of our time together. I truly believe she was a gift from God that came into my life at the exact time I needed her most. She was such a positive influence in my life as well as my family. I enjoyed listening to her advice and her words of wisdom. I will miss her late night text messages and our lunch/dinner dates where we would sit for hours catching up about life. I will say a special prayer each day in her memory in thanks for having had the opportunity to know Jeri and count her among my closest friends. I will also pray for her daughter and family that they have the strength to carry on. God bless and thank you for sharing her beautiful heart with me. I feel truly blessed.

  5. Jeri you will be missed. Thank you for encouraging me to finish school and keep going. I will cherish your playful thoughts and sweet words. Valeria, Sam and I will miss you so much. Till next time beautiful lady. 😘

  6. We are saddened to learn of Jerilynn’s passing. She was a great source of encouragement to us when both of our parents passed away. Members of her family will remain in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. God bless you all.


    Marilyn&Michele Cook

  7. We are saddened to hear the passing of one of our fellow Minutemen. On behalf of the Memorial Minutemen Alumni Association, we’d like to offer our deepest condolences and prayers to the family of Jerilynn Westbrook. God Bless and protect Jerilynn and her family. 🌹

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