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Tribute to Jaime Jennings

It is with heavy hearts that we announce the very untimely passing of Jaime Jennings, wife of Estimator/Project Manager, Brian Jennings.  She was also a long-time friend of Tyler and Chandler Balch, having also attended Lake Highlands High School.  Most of us at Texas Bomanite had the fortune of knowing Jaime and she will most certainly be missed.  Our thoughts and prayers are with Brian and their baby daughter, Jaileigh Briar, during this incredibly difficult time.  Jaime’s touching obituary is as follows:

 

Jaime Astin Caddell Jennings was born in Dallas on May 24, 1985 and died in a car accident July 8, 2018. She was 33 and the mother of a one-year-old daughter, Jaileigh Briar. Jaime graduated from Lake Highlands High School and Oklahoma State University (2007) with a degree in Criminal Law and Sociology. She was a Probation Officer in the Dallas County Probation Department until 2011. Deciding to pursue other interests she became an executive matchmaker with Lunch Dates in Boston. Jaime loved her job creating happy relationships for her clients. Dance and teaching Zumba were her passions. Zumba changed her life and she became a licensed Zumba instructor who had many loyal followers at the Village Fitness Center.

 

She is survived by her daughter, Jaileigh Briar; husband, Brian James Jennings, Jr.; mother, Sue Caddell; father, Dr. James D. Caddell; brother, Jake (Bubba) Caddell; sister-in-law Meredith; nephew, Ryder; niece, Addison, aunt, Jackie; Tucker (her canine companion of 12 years); and many family and friends who loved her.

 

She was a bright star who shined in many lives. She will be missed forever.  

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