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« Reply #35 on: November 22, 2008, 01:51:10 AM »

I too am curious about what happened?

everyone is, noone knows for sure
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« Reply #36 on: November 22, 2008, 12:31:31 PM »

I personally was holding off on posting any explanation of what happened because like Kurtis says, nobody really knows anything for sure.  I don't want to post anything until something is found out for sure, I don't want to post things that insensitive strangers might speculate and gossip about.  I know there are friends here who are wondering, so anybody who knows my phone number is welcome to call me and I will explain what happened as we know it so far.
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« Reply #37 on: November 22, 2008, 01:23:19 PM »

Hey everyone,

I'd like to invite everyone over to my place tonight to celebrate the awesomeness that was Jenny. We are stronger together than alone. If you knew Jenny you are more than welcome to come over. If you can, bring photos. Show up anytime after 8pm.

My address is 2204 Reynolds st.
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Take care everyone, hope to see you here!!!


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« Reply #38 on: November 22, 2008, 04:07:15 PM »

I didn't know Jenny very well, other than the regular "hey, how's it goin?" at shows and stuff. We met for the first time at Georgestock in 2003 (I think), and I very fondly remember a whole lot of leg humping going on that day, lol. She always seemed like a person who sincerely enjoyed life, and she always made sure that everyone around her was having a good time too. My condolences to her family, friends, and Dusty.

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« Reply #39 on: November 23, 2008, 11:24:25 PM »

Fuck I miss that funny bitch! I loved her so. I haven't posted on SM in a couple years but I couldn't resist this time around. It's still hard for me to fathom that one of the most amazing women that I've ever been able to be friends with is gone. Hearing everone's fond memories of her puts a smile on my face though. She was incredible on the outside and in. She could pound your leg with her crotch without spilling a drop of beer out of her pint at the same time. Now that's talent!

Jesse, thanks for posting those pics. That was one of the last nights I got the chance to get shitfaced drunk with Jenny and it was a good way to end our brew escapades that lasted oh so many years. I will keep the beers cold and flowing in her memory and I will continue to hump Sandy's leg in memory of her too.
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« Reply #40 on: November 24, 2008, 01:33:46 AM »

Hearing about this breaks my heart. I personally did not know Jenny, but she was a close friend to a lot my good friends and I'd always heard so much about her.  She sounded like such a fantastic person to be around, very fun loving and genuine with a sparkling personality and a wonderful heart. My thoughts and sympathy are with everyone who is experiencing this enormous loss. I hope you all can take comfort in knowing that you were able to have your lives touched by such an amazing person and that your memories of her will always be with you.
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« Reply #41 on: November 24, 2008, 04:27:10 PM »

Though I am curious as to what caused her death, I would rather focus on how she lived than how she died...
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« Reply #42 on: November 24, 2008, 06:20:48 PM »

Thank-you Roque.  I couldn't agree more.
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« Reply #43 on: November 24, 2008, 07:12:57 PM »

Until a family member or a close personal friend can let us know what the final results are, I've deleted all posts of speculation.

I agree with Roque...lets focus more on how Jenny lived!
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« Reply #44 on: November 24, 2008, 08:17:37 PM »

Man those pics. I read the obits today and seeing the pics makes this all so much more real. This is totally fucked up.

Jenny and I got our first tattoos together, went on the most insane trip to Mushjaw and not only discovered a train land in a snowglobe--but we also realized why Jesus decided to make drugs illegal. "We'll never laugh again!!" Ahh fuck.

This type of thing puts everything into perspective. I'm not gonna lie, Jenny and I were no longer in touch, over stupid petty fuckin' bullshit that I don't even remember! And it breaks my heart. All I remember is the awesome times that we did have together, and that is my only blessing in all of this. I wish I could have given her one last hug, got drunk as fuck with her one last time. That's the type of person who would give you her last hair if yours was all gone, as everyone has said--the ambition in that chick! She got her drivers license first try. Had a job or 2 or 3! as long as I had known her. Always driven to success....always reached success.

She had the world by the balls, and I am so glad she got to fucking live!! Though her life was cut far too short, I can bet you she achieved more than most have in 90 years on earth.


We will meet again. Love ya.
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« Reply #45 on: November 24, 2008, 11:49:23 PM »


  Well, today seemed like the day for me to wanna vent a little, but really couldn't since I was at work all day.  Today seemed like the toughest so far, guess its all had some time to settle.   I've also been reading and re reading all these messages, I'm finding it really awesome to see all these.  I've went all internet nerd on it.   
 
  The last time I hung out with Jenny was at Opeth, we all sat on some couches in the back of Osheas before the show and had some juice...We were supposed to get together after that when she was in town for some Rider games but for whatever reason it didn't happen.  I'm not going to say that I wish now that we did  because that is all hind sight and there is no way anyone would have expected this.  We all know so many people and honestly we are all not going to be here forever so really the point is to appreciate the time we spend together, we all can't make time for everyone, that's just not realistic. 
  I remember all the good times I had with Jenny, and also the bad ones too, they are all relevant.  I can easily say I am who i am partially because I knew her...
  I'm still looking for some sence to this nonsence...but any death of a person so young makes us re-think what this all means.  Whats the point of it all...
  I know after I heard I wanted to do something with myself in honor of her...I remember when she ran a marathon I was all like, pfftt...yeah right, if she can do it I can do it..Im not saying I want to run a marathon, but what it is I will know.  I was always impressed with how fit she became over the years and I honestly was jealous, seeing her was always motivation for me to go to the gym.  So is that the point when someone so great dies?  To make us all better people? 

 ...There's more I want to say but the words just aren't coming to me...

 I don't know, just appreciate all your friends man, don't take other people for granted...

 
 
 
 

 
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« Reply #46 on: November 25, 2008, 12:29:47 PM »

My heart aches over this loss. I am really saddened for all her close friends and family. I met Jenny probably 10yrs ago thru Zim. Devin Ulm used to have parties at his house all the time and this is how I met Scotty, Jessica, Steph, Jen, Jesse, Borsa, and many of you out there who im sorry I didnt mention. Those are some of the best memories I have. And I cant help but giggle at all the people that mentioned the humping, because I can remember Jenny and Jessica humping my leg the first time I met them, and then of course every time after that lol. I had the pleasure of having some drinks with Jenny and Naomi at Opeth last month as well, and I will never forget what a joy she was to be around.
My thoughts are with all of you, this gal will truly be missed, and never forgotten.
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« Reply #47 on: November 25, 2008, 01:24:53 PM »

Speaking of the humping... the second last time Jenny was in town, I brought her to my house to meet my kitten.  She loved him and cuddled him a lot... but I think she may have taught him a thing or two, because yesterday I caught him humping his favourite stuffed toy... he's MAYBE 3 months old.... is that a normal age for a kitten to start humping, or did she REALLY have that much of an effect on literally EVERYBODY (human or feline) that she encountered?

I keep thinking of silly things about her that make me just start laughing my ass off whether I'm with other people or all by myself, and it's such a comfort. 

Also I have to agree with Zim with his wondering about her purpose in life being to make us all better people, and it also has to do with the gym... and school as well... she was always my driving force behind me getting active/motivated because like I've been saying every time I talk about our friendship, our friendship was built so much on respect and admiration for each other's accomplishments (though she clearly had more accomplishments than me haha).  I remember a few years back we would go to the Lawson almost every morning and work out together, and then when she moved  my attendance dropped down to nothing because meeting her every morning was the extra kick in the ass to get me out of bed.  Then when she came back to do her ICP we started going again... and then she left, and I stopped going... again...

Also I have never met anybody who took school more seriously than she did.  I was always in awe of her ability to go out and party harder than anyone else, but also her ability to turn down the party because she had too much studying to do.

A few minutes before I logged in here, I sent in my application for re-admission to university, and the whole time I did it I was thinking to myself "when I go back, there's no more fucking around, I'll study as much as I need to, I won't procrastinate on assignments the way I did the first time I went to university" and a part of me was finishing that sentence with "because Jenny could do it, so I can too."

And then to read Zim's post immediately after... that was pretty intense.  So to Zim, I say "Yeah, you're onto something there."

And to Jenny, I say "Thanks lady, me love you long time."  Cheesy
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« Reply #48 on: November 26, 2008, 12:52:41 AM »

I remember when I first actually met Jenny, and I had completely forgot this, but it was when I was just first getting into the scene here, Stillseed was just starting to get some shows, and I had asked her online about doing live pictures.  I met with her at Humpty's, and one thing I remember was how easy it was to be comfortable around her.  I've had a history of being anti-social, not purposefully, but I guess shy would be a better way to put it.  Here's someone I had never met, just talked to briefly online, and we sat and ate and shot the shit, and all that fun stuff.  She was just starting the EMT stuff I remember, or something like that.  It was just one of those things that was definitely a positive in my history of meeting people in this city, this scene, this social circle.

I was about to start to ramble here, but I'll leave that for my gayass journal.  Here's to Jenny.  Boy tomorrow's gonna be a rough day.
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« Reply #49 on: November 26, 2008, 08:53:42 AM »

So I had a dream lastnight that kind of struck me odd, only because I've had dreams that I guess, know more than we do in our waking life, on a frequent basis. I was in a drugstore in a small town looking through the shelves and overheard this older man and a younger girl start talking about Jenny's death. The man said, "She had a disease...it wasn't what they think it was she had something called Helm's Disease. But this disease has not yet been discovered, so no one knows to look for it."

I googled Helm's Disease, but there was nothing.

I woke up and thought it was strange....but especially strange when I found this facebook memorial group today only to learn that it was indeed NOT what they thought it was.....
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« Reply #50 on: November 26, 2008, 08:54:51 AM »

Holy shit Roque.. I was standing right beside you when those pictures were taken. I didn't know Jenny at all but I did exchange a word or two with her right after those pics were snapped.. =( She seemed like a nice girl. Rest in Peace, Jenny.
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« Reply #51 on: November 26, 2008, 10:08:54 AM »

I won't be there today guys (just can't make it) but you'll all be in my thoughts.
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« Reply #52 on: November 26, 2008, 06:33:55 PM »

Is there a link to the facebook page? I knew Jenny a little but not really. We used to talk about music and concerts once in awhile on msn. The last time we ever really talked was when she was still going through for being an EMT. Rest in peace Jenny.
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« Reply #53 on: November 26, 2008, 10:52:30 PM »

here's the link to the facebook page.

http://www.facebook.com/home.php?#/pages/In-Memory-of-Jenny-Peel/34312754098?ref=ts
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« Reply #54 on: November 27, 2008, 10:00:15 AM »

That was indeed a great gathering of friends at Bushwakkers yesterday/eve, good friends, good place, good food, good times, I think Jenny would have been honoured to see.

The service was tough to be sure, but very good.  Norm's eulogy was spot on, and the slideshow was great.  Cheers to Jenny, and everything she ever was to everyone.
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« Reply #55 on: November 27, 2008, 10:44:53 AM »

They are never easy to attend, but it was a very good service.  It was nice to see so many familiar faces gather to pay their respects.  May you rest in peace Jenny.
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« Reply #56 on: November 27, 2008, 07:34:50 PM »

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« Reply #57 on: December 07, 2008, 02:57:59 AM »

I had a dream that I was talking to Jenny... she said that she was sorry that she had to leave... then she hugged me.

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« Reply #58 on: December 15, 2008, 02:37:20 PM »

I'm having a very difficult time comprehending Jenny's death. Fuck, it's so weird to even say/type that. The last month or so has been the worst time of my life, thus far. There is so many great memories we've made in the past 13 years that it's hard to choose which ones to tell. But here goes.....

Sometime back in highschool, and to this day I don't know what possessed me to do this but, I jumped on the hood of Jenny's red acadian and she decided to start driving. I watched her, Melissa, and Jesse through the windshield laughing hysterically as I hung onto her wiper blades for dear life. I'm sure she only drove a block and a half, but it felt like across town.

Jenny and I frequented shows, where we would jokingly yell at the musicians to take off their pants. We did this so much that it became expected and anticipated. One time Jenny yelled at one of our friends, "Take of your sock!" and he did just that, and threw the sock at her in the crowd. Another time she yelled, "take off your pants!" at our friend Cecil, who then proceded to undo his pants and most definitely played the rest of his set with his pants around his ankles. Funny thing is, as soon as she yelled it, I thought, "nooooooooooo!!!! he's going to do it." Haha. I think after that experience, both of us were more tight-lipped to whom we yelled that to.

Jenny is such an awesome friend. She is the only person who made me a mix tape. Yeah, that's right, an actual cassette tape. She bought this voice disguiser dealy during halloween and used it between songs on this tape. She  put that disguiser on scary mode and tried to be frightening, then turned it off to console me, because clearly, I would have been scared. I listened to that tape non-stop. Hilarious shit on that thing.

When I was living in P.A. We decided to keep the phone calls and emails limited and become good ol' fashioned pen pals. We'd always try to outdo eachother with the length of our letters. It got to the point where we would write 20+ page letters.   Jenny came to visit me quite often, even though I only lived there for a total of 8 months. One time she drove all the way up there just to turn around and bring me home. I don't know about you, but I doubt there are many friends who would do that. One time when she came up, I went to superstore and bought a live crab. I thought it would be hilarious for her to open my beer fridge and see this live crab. Sadly, the crab wasn't lively, didn't even walk around. But we did cook and eat him, even named him pinchy. Throughout that evening while enjoying some beverages, we would both randomly say, "I miss pinchy!" such awesome times.

We both got into the hobby of scrapbooking. One of us always had a camera to capture the debauchery, so we both had tons of photos. We started a collaborative scrapbook, called "the chick book," yeah, I know, its a clever name. I would do a few pages with the photos that I had, then pass the book onto her and then she would do the same. There is even a page dedicated to her humping people. Violent humping too!

There was one xmas where we both made gifts for eachother. Opening those gifts was hilarious because it turns out that we made the same gift for eachother, t-shirts with the phrase "mullet fucker" on them. Definitely a christmas to remember.

Jenny and I flew to Ottawa to see tool in '02. We were both quite obsessed, but anyway, we decided NOT to drink for this event, because it was a huge landmark in our lives. However, that is not how it turned out. It was right before my 19th birthday, so she was the designated beer getter. We ended up getting unbelievably trashed and had an amazing time. We wandered the streets of Ottawa, with a video camera. On the flight home, we both thought it would be a good idea to drink on the flight. I turned 19 while in Ottawa, so I could buy drinks on the plane. We both got pretty tanked, and maybe it wasn't the best idea, since both of our families came to the airport to pick us up! they were NOT impressed, rightfully so. haha

A night out with Jenny was always an adventure. We'd make anything and everything fun. She was a quirky girl and always positive. When I was still in P.A. she started putting a napkin in with the letters she'd mail me, the same kind of napkin with every bloody letter, never explaining why. She eventually started writing on the napkins, things like ,"what's the deal with the napkins!?" At xmas she gave me the rest of the opened package of napkins....why? who the fuck knows, it's Jenny! It's the type of thing she would do. She  once stole a toilet seat from an establishment for my birthday. Yay for a dirty toilet seat.....thanks haha.

She knew what she wanted in life, and was driven enough to go out and get it. She was a very motivated person, always had many things on the go, whether it was a painting, reading, writing letters, snowboarding, running, or catching up with old friends.

I am honored to have had her as a friend.
My heart breaks a million times a day, for Dusty and both of their families.
I really don't think I'll ever come to terms with this.
I miss you Jenny
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« Reply #59 on: December 28, 2008, 01:06:32 PM »

Yesterday was pretty awesome.

Dusty was in town, and brought me a Christmas present that Jenny had already bought and wrapped for me.

So, it probably goes without saying... but out of all the stuff I got this year, the best present I have ever received was a funny thong, Toronto Maple Leafs stationery set, a Fairy calendar for 2009, and some novelty condoms.
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« Reply #60 on: January 08, 2009, 12:46:26 PM »

I just read an article on canoe.ca regarding rare, and strange, sleep disorders and I immediately thought of Jenny. As such, I thought that I would share it. Please see the link below. I miss her.

http://lifewise.canoe.ca/Forbes/2009/01/07/7945966-forbes.html
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« Reply #61 on: February 23, 2009, 02:21:08 PM »

Lastnights dream...

I was walking about the back of Miller High, my old highschool and where Jenny and I had first met. I was walking with some friends because it was break and I always went out with the smokers. All of a sudden to my right, this girl appeared out of nowhere I turned, and with a big smile she said "Hi!".

Now I looked good and hard at this girl, and couldn't get out of my head how much she looked like Jenny. Then I told her that, "You look just like an old friend of mine, Jenny." Then she smiled, and I said "Oh my god!" I started crying and she did too, but it was happy laughing tears. I told her how much I missed her and how sorry I was. We gave eachother the biggest hug and she said "I miss you too, and I'm so sorry. It doesn't matter now!" We just shared this happy, long-lost friends moment together.

I remember concentrating on everyone walking around me. I thought "Are they going to think I'm crazy? If Jenny's a ghost they probably can't see her and just see me hugging the air." But it was like everything else had been put to a stand-still, everything stopped moving and it was just Jenny and I.

She looked great. I remember thinking that. Jenny always looked good, but now she looked....angelic.

She was wearing a long-sleeved black and white striped shirt and black pants, her hair was up.

And then, she just disappeared like she had appeared and everything started moving again.

What a great dream
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« Reply #62 on: February 23, 2009, 08:03:57 PM »

I actually had a similar dream to yours. In my dream,  I was at her and Dusty's place, and she was already gone. Dusty was preparing supper for the two of us, and I could see her. She was trying to tidy up the living room, and help with the preparation of supper. She eventually noticed that she couldn't pick anything up, and that dusty couldn't see her. She then realized that she was dead, and gave me this sad smile, if that makes any sense. We then hugged. It's at least some sort of good-bye.

I'm still in shock about this, denial even. Perhaps its just something I cannot comprehend.

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« Reply #63 on: March 01, 2009, 01:25:29 AM »

Happy Birthday Jenny, wish I could spend it with you cry
I will drink many a beers in your honor
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« Reply #64 on: March 02, 2009, 01:17:17 PM »

How I spent Jenny's birthday:



It will be bright pink.
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« Reply #65 on: March 03, 2009, 11:52:26 AM »

who took that photo? WOW, they did a magnificent jorb! bahaha
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« Reply #66 on: March 03, 2009, 12:29:30 PM »

I dunno, it was just some drunk that was there all day.  baaaahahahaha
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« Reply #67 on: March 04, 2009, 11:23:28 PM »

I heard Can't Stop on the radio today, it brought tears to my eyes! Thanks nomi.
p.s. I did say that i was going to drink many beers in her honour.
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« Reply #68 on: April 20, 2009, 10:21:06 PM »

I was clearing out some old MSN contacts and I still have Jenny on there.  Here status line or whatever said "Why can't it be winter forever?"  I remember the day of the funeral, it was a really nice clear day before hand, but when we left it was snowing outside a little.  I guess it is winter forever for Jenny.
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« Reply #69 on: November 20, 2009, 04:21:21 PM »

wow, a year goes by so fast. Even though my heart aches, I've learned to appreciate the time I do have, appreciate the people that are close, and make sure they know how much they mean to me.  Pangs of shock still come around, and it's hard to understand the reasons why you had to go, but I know that you're ok, wherever you are. I miss and love you. Hope we meet up again
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