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Jennie Margaret Moyle

November 28, 1958 - November 03, 2020

Jennie Margaret Moyle (nee Beary) Jennie was born on November 28,1958 in Bowmanville Durham County in Toronto, Canada. She was the first child of John and Barbara Beary. Jennie passed away peacefully on November 3, 2020 in Spokane, WA at the very young age of 61. Jennie lived in Canada until she was 11 years old when her family moved to Wheaton, MD. and then later to Olney, MD. Jennie graduated from Sherwood High School in 1976. She began working for the United States Postal Service in 1987. On Dec. 24, 1992, she married Bill Moyle and together, they moved to Spokane, WA. Jennie concluded her career with USPS as Postmaster in Addy and Malden, WA. Jennie was immensely proud to become a Citizen of the United States in 1995. After her retirement in 2012, she spent her time enjoying her hobbies and helping others. She always had a passion for learning new things and explored hobbies such as jewelry making, ball room and belly dancing and riding her Harley with her friends. Jennie and Bill enjoyed many boat rides on Lake Coeur d’Alene. They explored the lake and surrounding towns and loved to watch the bald eagles swooping down to catch fish. They planned annual trips to the West Coast and traveled from California to Calgary. She loved the outdoors and spent a great deal of time walking her beloved dog, Stella. In her early days she was a hiker, backpack camper, Spelunker, and whitewater rafter! Jennie accomplished her dream when in 2018 she drove across the country with her lifelong friend, Linda Adams. She loved to live and experience all life had to offer. Everywhere she went, she met new people and created new friendships. She recently supported a friend through her difficult battle with cancer. She was able to drive her to appointments and help with daily tasks. But most importantly, she provided comfort and compassion to a friend in need. Jennie’s kindness was also shared when volunteering at fundraisers for local charities. Jennie loved her family and friends and traveled every year to Maryland and Florida to visit them. She loved the beach, sitting by a bonfire, relaxing by the pool, and eating MD crabs with Old Bay Seasoning! Jennie had a close relationship with Bill’s family and had wonderful stories about their family reunions in Lake Okoboji, Iowa. Her greatest gift to all who knew her was, her laugh. Unique and spontaneous, her laugh was contagious. We were fortunate to have Jennie in our lives and she will live on in our hearts and memories. Jennie is survived by her loving husband, Bill Moyle and their dog, Stella. Father, John M. Beary and wife Dorothy; sister, Jacqueline Baker (Wayne, daughter Kelly); brother, Shawn Beary (children Samantha, Jeff, Travis); and sister, Anne Markus (Scott, children Michael and Kaitlin). She is survived by her mother-in-law, Viv and her children Bobby (and Beka) Moyle, Bernard (and Cheri) Moyle, Bridget (and Louie) Amabili, and Briana (and Larry) Rosenburg and all their children. She leaves behind her love for all her many nieces and nephews and her cousins in England and Canada. Jennie is predeceased in death by her loving mother, Barbara J. Beary, and her dear friend, Linda Adams. A Celebration of Life will be held at a future date.

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