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Seriously, we didn’t close the door to our home all day because people just kept coming. She opened her mouth as though to speak and took her last breaths. I am also beginning to understand that my mom left me a gift.

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She held me in her arms and we said the things that needed to be said.She passed away in her home with her husband and daughter by her side. She was the light of her daughter and husband's life.Throughout her journey with cancer, her strength and faith never wavered.We even shared my mom’s first Krispy Kreme donut, plain glazed served hot like it should be.She wasn’t eating much at this point, but let me tell you that donut didn’t last long.She was an incredible wife, mother, sister, and friend.

She was loved by so many and will be missed by all who had the privilege of knowing her.

Despite the ever-present heartache this time was also full of joy.

We ate Chinese food together and watch the Daily Show.

Jessica founded and was a Partner in the consulting firm Teneo Studios. Jessica adored her nieces, Delaney and Alice and nephew, Sydney.

She was held in high esteem by many people as an intellectual who was a gracious, kind, respectful listener and participant. She shared a special close friendship with Wendi Shea, Rachael Amen and Neil. Jessica requested that donations in honor of her life be made to two of her favorite charitable organizations: Metavivor, Metastatic Cancer Awareness, a non-profit organization dedicated to increasing awareness of advanced breast cancer and equity in research and patient support. metavivor.org/page/contribute/default 18th Avenue Peace House, where Pat Schweibert led the metastatic breast cancer support group.

Jessica's personal and professional life were guided by her ethics, passion and curiosity about people and the stories of their lives.