Jennifer M. Buller, age 37
June 26, 1981 – March 4, 2019
Survived by children: Lyndsie Stewart, Austin Bailey, Annabel Bailey, and Thomas Joseph Bailey; brothers, Michael Latner (Dara) and Travis Latner; sister, Sarah Andersen; mother, Laurie Latner (fiancé, Michael Claybourn); father, Wayne Andersen (Angie); father, Wayne Latner (Laura).
VISITATION on Friday, March 8th from 4pm to 6:30pm at King of Kings Lutheran Church, 11615 “I” St. FUNERAL: Saturday, March 9th at 10am at King of Kings Lutheran Church. Interment, Calvary Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, memorials will be directed by the family.
Jenny was my friend and I am crushed she is gone. I will miss her immensely.
My deepest sympathy to her family and especially her beautiful children.
May God give you peace during this time of loss.
Very Heart Broken. Always had smiles to give.
Jenny was a dear, sweet friend who would do anything for anyone. Jenny’s smile will be missed. My thoughts and prayers go to her children and family. Rest in peace my dear friend, you will forever be missed.
Jenny was a great coworker and very knowledgeable in her position. She will be greatly missed. My prayers and thoughts are with her family at this time.
May God hold you in his loving arms. Thoughts and prayers go out to the family
I am so sorry for your loss. Our deepest condolences go out to you and the family.
I was saddened to hear of the loss of Jenny. My thoughts are with her family and especially her children.
I’ve been sitting here trying to find the right words to convey my condolences. I wish there was something I could say to bring you comfort. Jenny was an amazing person and will be deeply missed by all who knew her.
Dear Laurie and family ~ Thinking of you. Hugs, prayers and peace.
Leslie Jorgensen ( friend of Laurie’s from Cox Communications)
I met Jenny many years ago through her dad, Wayne Andersen. Then got to know her when we each were visiting in CA, when Wayne was dating our daughter, Angela. When Wayne & Angie married we felt like we gained another granddaughter. (At that time a great-granddaughter, Lyndsie too.) David & I have loved Jenny and all her family. We’re praying for her children, her parents, siblings, and all her loved ones. Also praying for her Grandpa Ted’s family too. May both of them Rest in Peace. As God has received them, with arms open wide. Saying, “Welcome Home, My Child…”
Our deepest sympathies to all who knew & loved them. Loretta & David Carr.
My heart has not stopped hurting for all the family and friends of Ted and Jenny Buller. She was my beautiful niece who I loved so dearly. I cherish all the times we had together and always felt a close bond with her even though I lived a thousand miles away. I ache for her children and thank God for their amazing fathers. My heart has not even began to heal and it never will completely. I had an opportunity to host Ted and Laurie in April 2017 in Arizona. We had a great time going to Sedona and the Grand Canyon. It was on his bucket list and Laurie fulfilled it for him. I will love and miss them for the rest of my life. This horrible accident has changed so many lives. RIP and God Bless you both. With much love!!!