Jean was very accomplished. She had a degree in Education from the American University in D.C., and she had a Master's in Architecture from U.T. Austin, with a 4.0 GPA. She was a great wife, mom, daughter and sister. She was also a teacher, a spiritual leader, and an activist in her community. She was a collector of art and antiques, and loved beauty wherever she could find it. We lost her to breast cancer in 1986. I would like to remember her so that she has an online presence today, and so that's why I started a little pictorial memorial site. She was a sight for sore eyes all right. What's more, she was a doer of good things, a peacemaker in the world, an intellectual, and a maker of many friends.
I hope you enjoy getting to know Jean through my little photo album.
Thanks for letting me share my nice sister with you.
Molly Louise Shepard Berke
"If there's another world, she lives in bliss; If there is none, she made the best of this."
- Robert Burns