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the past three years, Jennifer has been a tireless advocate and fundraiser for metastatic breast cancer research.

She was a steadfast supporter of METAvivor and had a passion for helping those afflicted with cancer.

Komen of Northeast Ohio as well as a participant and advocate for the MBC Project and The Young Survival Coalition.

She leaves behind her wonderful husband Chris who stood with and behind her during their marriage.

Jennifer Ann Stewart went to be with the Lord on December 24, 2017 after a long, courageous battle with metastatic breast cancer.

Born in Philadelphia, where Jessica lived until she attended college at the Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago, she was the first woman to be admitted to their Industrial Design program.She’d fought cancer for over twenty years and was ready to stop.The day she decided to begin hospice I called out from work so we could be together.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.Her exceptional insight and generous spirit touched friends and family throughout her life. Coffey and Louis Coffey of Philadelphia, beloved brother of Macy M. They were a source of information, sharing and great comfort to Jessica.

Born in Philadelphia, where Jessica lived until she attended college at the Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago, she was the first woman to be admitted to their Industrial Design program.

She’d fought cancer for over twenty years and was ready to stop.

The day she decided to begin hospice I called out from work so we could be together.

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.

Her exceptional insight and generous spirit touched friends and family throughout her life. Coffey and Louis Coffey of Philadelphia, beloved brother of Macy M. They were a source of information, sharing and great comfort to Jessica.

She founded and mentored a small group of researchers who conducted qualitative research programs that had global impact.