Asbury, Jennifer Lee (Sgt.)

Asbury, Jennifer Lee (Sgt.)

January 7th, 2020

Passed away peacefully, at Victoria Hospital, London on Tuesday, January 7th, 2020, with her parents by her side, ending a courageous battle with cancer. Survived by mother Margaret, father Richard, sister Stephanie (Brian Verspagen) and nephew Andrew. Graduate of Centre Wellington District High School, Bishop’s University and the University of Guelph. Jenn joined the Royal Canadian Mounted Police in 2000, rising to rank of Sergeant, and was awarded the RCMP Commissioner’s Commendation for Outstanding Service. “Thank you” to aunts, uncles, cousins, Jenn’s many loyal friends and the RCMP family for their dedicated support during her life and particularly through this past difficult period. Cremation has already taken place. A Celebration of Life will be held at WESTVIEW FUNERAL CHAPEL, 709 Wonderland Road North, London on Thursday, January 16th, 2020 at 11:00 a.m., with visitation one hour prior to the service. An interment service will take place in the Belwood area in the spring. In lieu of flowers, those wishing to donate in memory of Jenn are asked to consider the London Regional Cancer Program, LHSC - Victoria Hospital or the Groves Hospital Foundation, Fergus. 

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Helen E TriantafillouTo the entire Asbury Family, I am so sorry to hear of Jennifer's passing.Please accept my deepest sympathy. I had the honour and pleasure of working with her on the same floor and will miss our hallway chats. She was an incredible person and a true asset to our Organization. Wishing you all peace and comfort during this difficult time. She will be truly missed. Helen E Triantafillou
Shelly BlomMy deepest condolences on Jenn's passing.
David and Brenda CowanJennifer was not only a dedicated colleague of David's, she was tremendously supportive of each member of our family. When our daughter and son-in-law were posted to Saskatchewan, Jennifer was there to ease the transition and provide information, comfort and calmness to us all. She always asked about us, our girls and our pets even during our last visit together. What we will remember most about Jennifer is her positivity and the constant light that she shone.
Alex BartlettI am very sorry to hear of Jenn's passing. I remember her well from high school and I am really glad to have known her then, she was such a friendly and positive person.
Joel DohertyI am so sorry to hear this...Jenn was a great friend all through high school....lots of great memories and Just a great person. Really sad to hear this. Sending my thoughts and prayers to her family, Joel
Ret’d Sgt. Lorne & wife Mary-Lynn ThomasWe are so sorry to hear of Jennifer’s passing. Jenn was a special person who touched the lives of the people with whom she came in contact. We were posted together in La Loche, Saskatchewan. Our condolences to Jenn’s family.
Carole Clyde-EllisI was so sorry to hear about Jennifer's passing. Although I didn't know her personally, I knew her sister Stephanie from early Belwood days. My deepest sympathies to Stephanie and the family.
Cpl Jim Flack Ret’dDear Mr & Mrs Asbury & family. I had the privilege of meeting Jenn when she started her field training at Delisle detachment. I was her field coach & she was the first member I had the opportunity to train. Jenn made my job really easy from the start & was an excellent example of “student surpassing the teacher”. Please accept our deepest & heartfelt condolences: Jim, Bonnie-Ann & Reise Flack.
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