1411 Vintage Lane, Rochester, New York 14626
Obituary of Jenna Marie Simonetti
GREECE - October 17, 2020. Jenna is predeceased by her grandparents, Honorable Leroy Ramsey, Anthony J. & Rose Simonetti; aunt, Donna (Mancuso) Simonetti & cousin, Christie Simonetti. She is survived by her mother, LeeAnn (Ramsey) Simonetti; father, Anthony (Mary) Simonetti; brother, Anthony L. (Elizabeth) Simonetti; grandmother, Margaret Ramsey; nephew, Leonardo Simonetti; step-brother, Steven (Andrea) Gizzi; step-sister, Andreana (Greg) Lindsay; K9 son, Jayden; several, aunts, uncles, cousins & dear friends.
As per NYS regulations all guests are required to wear a face mask and hand sanitize at the funeral home and church.
Jenna’s life story will be shared during her visitation, Friday, October 23rd, 3-8 PM at the funeral home, 1411 Vintage Lane (Between 390 & Long Pond Rd.).
Her Funeral Service will be celebrated Saturday, October 24th, 10:30 AM at Calvary Chapel of the West Side, 2407 S. Union St. Her interment will be private.
In lieu of flowers donations may be sent to Just Breathe Foundation, 92 Colebourne Rd., Rochester, NY 14609, or Click here for online donations to Just Breathe Foundation in Jenna Marie's memory.
The Story of Jenna Marie Simonetti
Jenna Marie was born October 11, 1988 at Highland Hospital in Rochester, NY. Jenna and her older brother, Anthony loved spending time together and with their family. Her cousins were her best friends. As a young girl, Jenna was a “tom boy”, she loved sports. She enjoyed rides in the golf cart along the canal, doing arts and crafts and loved her family animals, sheep, rats, goose, birds & dogs.
Jenna attended Spencerport schools and later moved to Athena Highschool. She had friends from all over. She was always a social butterfly. She loved to go to the 1000 Islands with her friends for boating and riding jet ski’s, and horseback riding along the canal. In the winter months, Jenna enjoyed skiing and snowboarding at Holiday Valley and HoliMont Ski Resort.
As a young adult Jenna went to cosmetology school where she became a certified esthetician. She nannied for her close friend’s kids, the Fallones and Wendorfs were her extended family. Jenna loved to travel with her friends and her family. She has been to Australia, Dominican Republic, California, Punta Cana and Florida Keys to name a few.
In Jenna’s adult years she was a fashion vlogger, she worked at Sleep Insights as a medical coder and still continued her esthetician work. She started her own jewelry company called Anchor Soul, she sold her pieces at small local festivals but enjoyed giving her pieces as gifts! Always such a generous soul and the best aunt ever. Jenna lived in her own house, she took great pride in decorating, cooking and gardening. She always fed the wild animals in her back yard, deer, skunks, fox, and squirrels, a modern day snow white.
Through everything Jenna was battling this horrible disease but you’d never know, she found comfort in her faith and family at Calvary Chapel in Spencerport.
She was such a beautiful soul inside and out and will be greatly missed by everyone that has known her.