Jennifer D. Brewer, 50, passed away on Wednesday, March 15, 2023 at home surrounded by her loved ones.
Born on July 6, 1972 in Plymouth, Indiana she was the daughter of John Lucas and Linda Nolte.
She attended LaVille High School graduating with the class of 1990.
On April 25, 2011 she married Brian Brewer in Plymouth.
Jennifer worked for Town and Country Liquor Store as a manager. That supportive strength for everyone, Jennifer was often referred to as the rock for her family and friends. Having a passion to serve and care, she brought in sick animals to the farm, hoping to rejuvenate them back to life. That love and support that she showed everyone around her is something to be admired by many and what her family remembers most about her.
She is survived by her husband, Brian; her parents John (Norma) Lucas of Argos; mother Linda Nolte of Rochester; children: Mitchel (Emily) Deon of Greenville,WI; Megan Deon of Indianapolis; Colin (Jaz) Deon of Carmel; step-children: Patrick (Courtney) Middleton of Maryland; Brian Brewer of Teegarden; Rebecca Brewer of South Bend; sister Michele (Kevin) Vanlue of Plymouth; step-brother Chris Robertson; step-sisters Denise Shawver and Laura Tolle; 6 grandchildren as well as several nieces and nephews.
Jennifer is preceded in death by her step-father David Nolte and step-brother Jeff Robertson.
Per the wishes of the family a celebration of life will take place at a later date.
Memorial contributions can be made to the Marshall County Humane Society, 11165 13th Rd. Plymouth, IN 46563 or to Riley’s Children’s Foundation, 500 N Meridian St #100, Indianapolis, IN 46204.
Carin Clifton says
We are sending our deepest condolences on the loss of Jennifer. She was such a lovely person, will be missed. Love Terry & Carin
Kathy Smith says
Jennifer was a wonderful person. She was a wonderful 2nd mom to my youngest son. I remember her from soccer and baseball games. She will be missed by all. Prayers to all her family and friends.
Destani Tillman says
What a wonderful woman. She would always accommodate my son’s food allergies when he would spend time with her family. My son and Colin were best of friends. My son absolutely loved her as well as our family.
Sheila Brewer says
Jen was a wonderful and sweet daughter-in-law. I couldn’t have asked for a better “daughter.” She was a great wife to my sin and I will miss her very much. My love to my son and I know heaven gained another beautiful angel.
Patricia Leech says
To the family of Jennifer Brewer, I’m so sorry to hear of Jennifer’s passing, she was such a nice person. I worked at Plymouth High School along with her and got to know her. My sincere condolences to all of you.