My Deepest Condolences / Samantha Ono (None)Read >>
My Deepest Condolences / Samantha Ono (None)
I had just finished reading the book by Ann Rule... I saw that there are websites set up for Jenn and Dolly. I just wanted to say I wish you all the best and hope that one day your pain will be lessened. I know what it is like to lose someone to murder. On Thanksgiving 2000 I lost some one that was like a brother to me. Being that it was a gay crime the police never followed up on any of it. But luckily the guy responsible for Ian's death was caught in New York. But sadly for another murder. And last summer I lost my cousin to suicide. I know that there were things that I could have done to stop him and I live with that regret everyday. He and I shared our birthday him being 7 years older than me. I miss them so much and it still hurts to think about even the good times with them but I know that they are in a better place where I know that they can watch us and guide us. I just wanted to let you know that things will never be the same but we must always cherish the memories we have of those we lost. There was one last thing I wanted to say... I am so glad that he was caught and will stay in jail for a long long time. God Bless and take care. Always, Samantha O.
Dear Dalton and Dillon / Celia Ferreira (none)Read >>
Dear Dalton and Dillon / Celia Ferreira (none)
Dear Dalton & Dillon,
Although we have never met and probably never will, I wanted to wish you both strength, happiness and a life full of love. I know this is a hard time for both of you, but know that your mom is always at your side to guide you through the hard times and to share the happy moments, may they be many. You may not see her but she lives on through the love she has given you in the few years she spent you in life.
Take care of one another and be happy, that's what she would want of you now.
Just finished the book by Ann Rule and felt compelled to write and express my deep sorrow for all of your family, I hope that through this story and others like it women everywhere will learn to recognize these predators before it's too late. I truly feel that this is how my story could have ended also, but thankfully it didn't. Jenn's boys will be in the daily prayers of my children and myself, they are so lucky to be loved by such a caring family.
Dear Heather and your family, / Barbara Mitchell (none (a woman, a sister, a mother, a grandmother) )Read >>
Dear Heather and your family, / Barbara Mitchell (none (a woman, a sister, a mother, a grandmother) )
I just finished the book by Anne Rule, a very favorite author, and I wanted to send you my condolences and to tell all of you how brave and compassionate and caring you all are. I wanted to tell you that to take over for your sister with her beautiful boys was the most giving thing any human can do and will come back to grace your life over and over as I know it has already done. God speed to all of you and continued calm and peace. Barbara J. Mitchell Woman Sister Mom Grandmom Close
Condolences/ Colleen Stevens (None)
I just wanted to offer my condolences to your family, and especially Jennifer's sons. I just finished reading the book "Too Late to Say Goodbye" by Ann Rule. I'm sure that with the anniversary of Jennifer's death just passing, there are some burning wounds. I only hope that someday her sons will be able to remember their mother for who she was as a person, not to have to remember her by what their father did to her. I'm sure they will grow up to be wonderful people. Close
Why do things like this have to happen? / Dorothy Barton Read >>
Why do things like this have to happen? / Dorothy Barton
I just got done reading Ann Rules book.I am so sorry for your loss, especially the way it happened. I hope other women in the same situation will not feel so guilty about leaving. But Jenn was so trusting! We all say,"That could never happen to me", but it can and does. Close
Deepest Sympathy / R.
I am so sorry for your loss. Please know that there are many, many people who are thinking aobut you and her today. She will never be forgotten because she has such a loving family and friends. Close
Thoughts and prayers / Katie K. (none)
My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family today. Such a loss. I am reading Ann Rule's book now as I write this and I can't even imagine what your family has gone though and is still going through. May God be with you today and always. Close
JENNIFER/ D. Lambert
I am currently reading "The Doctor's Wife" and I was very moved by Heather's words about her sister. I have an older sister 2 younger brothers, and a great mom, and I can never imagine the pain of losing one of them. We lost our father 3 years ago to a massive heartattack and to this day the pain is still fresh. Our family has always been close, we either spoke to or saw each other on a daily basis, and we were together at least once a week. Since losing dad "our hero" it seems that now more than ever, we need to treasure our "family" more and not take for granted that they will always be a phone call away. I admire what Heather and Doug have done to memoralize their loved one and know that God might have taken her home early but that there is now a beautiful gardian angel above that is now watching over your family. As for the kids, I know after reading your family's words that they have a great support system and that they will always know of the special angel who brought them into this world and even though they only had a short time with her that through you they will know how special she was and how much she loved and adored them. I know that there are no words that will ease your pain, but I admire your love and dedication to her memory. Close
Best Wishes / Cyndi Sprick
I just finished the book by Ann Rule and wanted to let you know how touched I was by Jennifer's life and your loss. I lost my sister on Dec. 4, 1992 due to a drunk driver and can relate to the pain and loss that you have suffered. There is always an empty space in your heart and family, even as time passes and you move on the best you can. Treasure every memory and especially those little boys--they are a part of her. Best wishes to you as the anniversary approaches and with the kids. I have 5 so I know how hectic it can be and also how rewarding. Close
My thoughts and prayers to the Barber and Hearn families / Carla Pryor (None)Read >>
My thoughts and prayers to the Barber and Hearn families / Carla Pryor (None)
I just finished Ann Rule's book and am so sorry for your loss. My prayers are with all the victims in this tragedy. Close
Sympathy & Condolences / Jennifer Churchill (Sympathy to Family )Read >>
Sympathy & Condolences / Jennifer Churchill (Sympathy to Family )
Like many others on here, I read the book. My heart bleeds for your family, especially her sons. I wish your family peace during this holiday season. God Bless You. Close
My Deepest Sympathy / Stefanie Rigby (NA) To the Family Of the late Jennifer Barber~
I wish there was something/anything I could say to take away the pain of this most Tragic and Senseless loss of your Precious Jenn, Daughter, Sister, Mother and Friend. I do however know w/o a doubt that she is now in the loving arms of our Heavenly Father and with those loved one's who are no longer with us. She is no longer in pain, fear, or misery of an unhappy marriege. know you will all be together again someday. Also to Heather- She IS and will ALWAYS be with you, her Boys, and your Family. I also want to acknowledge your husband "Doug Tierney" what a wonderful man; taking on the responsiblity of 2 more children w/o question and being so supportive of You and your Family. You are a very lucky woman. As far as Bart, I completley agree Dalton He should have got the eletric chair. I wish Bart Corbin nothing better than to Burn up in Hell for the pain that he has caused to those beautiful boys' "Dalton & Dillon", your Family and the Hearn Family. I just finished the book by: Ann Rule, and I am wondering why he was not saught after for the murder of Harriet Gray? Anyway I just want you to know that even though we don't know eachother You are ALL in my thoughts and prayers.
Sympathies for Jenn / Jenifer (Humanity)
I have just finished Ann Rule's book about your sister/daughter/friend and am astounded at your family's strength. It is a great testimony to her life that you each live yours in ways that show how much she made a difference in them.
My Condolences / Laura M.
I just finished reading Ann Rule's book yesterday, and I just wanted to express my condolences to the family. She was a beautiful person inside and out. She touched so many lives. After reading the book, I wish that I had been able to meet her. My prayers are with her children and family. Close
May Jenn Rest In Peace / Sarah Pirrung
My heart goes out to Jenn's family. I, like many others, have just finished reading Ann Rule's book. It made me feel like I actually knew everyone involved. Jenn had a huge impact on a lot of lives, and I hope that she's resting in peace. Close
a great loss / Maxine Lauber (none)
My heart goes out to your family. I, like many others, finished reading Ann Rule's book. It broke my heart; Jenn seemed like such a beautiful spirt, innocent and loving. She deserved so much. She was blessed with a wonderful family. Thanks for keeping her memory alive to those of us who were not fortunate to meet her. Close
I lived it / Judy (None)
I just read the book.......and memories flooded in to me......I lived the most horrific domestic abuse when i was a lil girl.......My Daddy was a State Trooper ..so when He beat momma up........the cops rallied and he got away with it......I saw him break her fingers........one at a time.......I saw him beat her..........just to be beating.....it was horrible........and if there is any way that I can help in the Domestic Violence subject.......contact me and I will......I am a RN but I would give my time for this subject........ Close
I had a dream about tulips / Suzi Kelley (none)Read >>
I had a dream about tulips / Suzi Kelley (none)
Heather, Before I finished Ann Rule's book about your sister, I had a dream about tulips. In my dream it was cold outside & everything was still dead, but to my amazement, I noticed something jutting up out of the stark, cold ground. As I bent forward to further inspect it, all of a sudden about one million brightly colored tulips started popping up & filling out the previously dead area. The colors were so vibrant!!! Imagine my surprise the next day upon finishing the last part of the book & reading that Jenn's favorite flower was the tulip!!! I don't believe in coincidences, I believe in God's tender mercies. I think Jenn wants you to know that she is very much alive in spirit & will always surround her darling boys & your family. Sincerely, Suzi Kelley Close
I am very sorry for your loss / Jessica M. Read >>
I am very sorry for your loss / Jessica M.
I also just finished the book, and my prayers go out to you and your family. Especially Jenn's boys. What a tragic loss. Close