Jennifer Lynne Love
Mar. 18, 1983 – Nov. 16, 2019
Our beautiful daughter, Jennifer Lynne Love of Richmond, VA, passed away unexpectedly on November 16, 2019, in Washington D.C., at the age of 36.
Jennifer was vivacious and witty, loved music and books, and was passionate about changing the world. She was born on March 18, 1983, in Henrico, VA, and grew up in Lakeside. She graduated from Hermitage High School in 2001, and achieved an Associate’s Degree in Social Sciences from Northern Virginia Community College in 2015. She was an active, dedicated member of the Eastern Star, Chapter #38, and the National Cathedral in Washington D.C., where she worshipped and frequently volunteered.
Jennifer is survived by her parents Margaret “Peggy” Love (Cabell Clarke Jr.) of Mechanicsville, and Roy G. Love of Midlothian; her beloved son, Abel Jackson Lohr; her sister, Jamie Leigh Love; her stepbrother, Bryant Clarke (Amanda); her stepsister, Sarah Clarke; and her many dear aunts, uncles and cousins. She is preceded in death by her Nanny-Noggin, Elva Howell. Jennifer will be cherished by all that knew and loved her, including her lifelong friends, Jayne and Rosemary.
A funeral Mass will be held at 10 a.m. on Saturday, December 14, 2019, at St. Michael Catholic Church, 4491 Springfield Road, Glen Allen, VA.Visitation with the family will begin at 9 a.m., with a reception to follow on site. All are welcome to celebrate Jennifer’s life.
In lieu of flowers, please consider donating to the Epilepsy Foundation of Virginia (EFVA).
She was a sweet sweet girl with a determined mind. She is resting now with no worries, God bless you Jennifer.
Such a tragic loss, l did not know her as an adult but I could see that she was very happy, and as her mother you had a lot to do with that. I can’t imagine how heartbroken you must feel, but you will always cherish your memories of her and find peace there. She will always be in your heart. God Bless you and your family.
I love you dissy… forever, and always….
I can’t believe she is gone.. she was such an outgoing exciting person to be around.. I loved going to family functions on holidays she just brightened up wherever she was. I love you Jen and will forever miss u! Ur up there with daddy now pain free.
Deepest Condolences 🙏 To Family And Friends of Jennifer Lynne Love.
I’m so sorry for her loss of life. I’ve known her since 2004 and started dating her in August. She was my best friend, I’m so sad she’s not with us anymore! I know she’s at peace tho.
Our memories together are sweet and will treasure always.Have enjoyed all the pictures and reminiscing the good old days.
My heart goes out to you Peggy and your family and Jennifer on her next beautiful journey in Gods hands.
Thoughts and Prayers to you and your family!
Peggy, my heart breaks for you in this unimaginable loss of your beautiful daughter. I can tell she touched many lives in her short time on earth. I continue to think of you and wish you peace and comfort in the knowledge that Jennifer now walks with Jesus.
So very sorry for your loss Peggy. I really have no words that seem adequate. Just know that you and your family are being lifted up in prayer. My deepest condolences.
Jennifer was one of a kind. She was sassy, smart and could be both naughty and nice. I’m so sad that we lost her at such a young age. She was just coming into herself and I believe she was going down a happier path in this life. Rest in peace sweetie. I’ll see you in heaven.
Dear Peggy and Cable,
I am so very sorry for you loss. Words truly cannot express my sadness for you and your family.
May God hold you in His loving arms. May you somehow find peace at this time.
Holding you close in my prayers,
Barbara Walker Coombs
Dear family and friends of Jennifer,
I am at a loss for words in the face of Jennifer’s passing. She was such a bright, courageous, resilient, kind, and caring person. I only knew Jennifer for the last few weeks of her life, but, in that short period of time, she left a deep impression on me. I met Jennifer when she attended a Boot Camp with A Wider Circle where I was one of the speakers. Jennifer stood out in the group, not only because of her sharp intellect, but, even more so, because of her ability to apply in her life what she learned in the Boot Camp. I was delighted and truly honored when, after the Boot Camp, I was assigned to Jennifer as her Job Coach, and was really impressed how, from our very first meeting on, she demonstrated her resolve and skill to move ahead in life. But, beyond her courage and resolve, what touched me most was when she talked about her son and her determination to do anything within her power to be there for him.
Jennifer will be deeply missed, and my heart and prayers go out to her and to all who loved her.
Jennifer Love was a beautiful soul. She had a way of making everyone feel special. Accepting all that came in her path. Jennifer will truly be missed. I only feel peace knowing that she is now with her people Ray Ray, Nanny Franny and Nanny Noggin. Rest in peace angel.
Jennifer, I love you and I miss you every single day. You were one of my best friends until that one fateful day in 2017, when everything went sideways. I still cared for you, even though I wasn’t able to be around you anymore. You had such a radiant glow about you. I see pictures of you every day, pictures of the two of us frequently as well. I can’t believe all the things that we went through. My eyes are literally dripping with tears as I write this. I still have the box that you gave me from the National Cathedral with my name on it, the last thing you would ever give to me. I cherish it. I cherished you. I certainly wish you could come back. My life has a hole in it without you here. I love you, I miss you. I had known you since 2004, and now you are gone. I’m at a loss for words.