In Memory

Jean Bunger (Amidon) VIEW PROFILE

Jean Bunger Amidon, 52, died in a tragic highway accident on December 20, 2013 in Washington state.  She was born in Prosser, WA and grew up on a wheat farm.  Her initial career was in nursing where she had remarkable talents in the emergency room and neonatal intensive care unit.  She then received a bachelor's degree in wildlife biology from U.C. Berkeley which allowed her to pursue her passion for all living creatures.  After moving from Seattle to Whitefish she founded the Glacier Academy of Languages. 
Jean was a loving wife, a selfless and devoted mother and a passionate advocate for animals and the outdoors.  She inspired all who knew her.  Jean is survived by her husband, Tom, her four beautiful children, Emma, Abigail, Byron and Karla and all six of her siblings.  Her memory may be honored by donations to any organization that supports wildlife.  
A memorial service will be held Friday, December 27, 2013 at 1 PM at the Christian Center in Kalispell, MT.  

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04/28/14 01:50 PM #1    

Andrea Pascoe (Paris)

I am very saddened to hear of Jeanne's passing. She was one of the first people I met when my family moved here in 1972 and was always very kind to me. I remember her as a sweet, shy girl with a wonderful smile. Though she was quiet, she had a warm heart and infectious laugh. She will be missed.

Andrea "Andy" (Pascoe) Paris

04/30/14 12:53 PM #2    

Tammy Wilson

I was very sad to hear of Jean's passing as well.  She was a sweet person and I have fond memories of her.

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