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Jean McWherter Flynn
In Memory of
McWherter Flynn
1961 - 2018
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Condolence From: Rick Gast
Condolence: Jean and I were both cousins, but also very close friends since the time she was a little girl. One thing that always amazed me about Jean was her absolutely brilliant mind. We would talk for hours, whether together, or on the phone. It was wonderful. Her wit was incredible. Years ago we sent cassettes of music back and forth to entertain each other and share messages. We always had so much fun. She was a very dear friend that I will never forget....
Thursday August 23, 2018
Condolence From: Debi Nebel-Piccus
Condolence: Jean was my best friend in High School. I was weird and awkward and she accepted me. We both loved Star Trek. We even went to see the first Star Trek movie together. We both had a crush on Frank Langella in Dracula. So we started writing a vampire story where we passed the story back and forth and each one of us added to the story.

She told me how she did not like it when she fell and the teachers would run over to her and treat her like a little child. So we came up with an inside joke that I had created a bump system that I controlled and it would cause her to fall ("Nebel to bump, Nebel to bump"). Stupid, I know. But it was our joke about falling, instead of making a big deal about it.

I remember the day that we realized the Jean has perfect pitch. We were practicing for the senior graduate at Blossom and while sitting and waiting next to a piano, we kept plunking notes and Jean would get them perfectly. She would sing an “E” and then we would plunk and E and it was spot on. What a great realization.

One of my favorite times with Jean was when we sung a duel in the senior choral performance – as Kermit the Frog and Fozzy Bear! Oh, I miss those days with Jean. Then when she returned back to Cleveland, we were able to re-connect. I visited her and took her out to lunch. She was the best friend anyone could ever have.
Tuesday August 21, 2018
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