Jean E. Plyler of 8048 Park City Dr. in Jacksonville, FL, died on May 29, 2013. She was a beloved daughter, sister, wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, and friend to many. She was born on April 24, 1936 and she lived most of her life in Jacksonville, FL.
She was preceded in death by her husband of 49 years Isom “Ray” Plyler, four sisters, and her loving parents. She grew up on a small farm where she met her loving husband, Isom “Ray” Plyler. She moved from South Carolina to Florida with her husband and two children. She loved her many wonderful neighbors and they loved her as well. She raised her children, as well as her grandchildren and enjoyed spending quality time every day with her great-grandchildren.
Mrs. Jean Plyler is survived by her sister Pat Houston, son Christopher and Margret Plyler from Green Cove Springs, FL. She also survived by her daughter Susan Sanders and her children Thomas Amon, Crystal (Amon) Kauffman, and James Amon from Jacksonville, FL. In addition, she has eight great-grandchildren, who she loved very much. Mrs. Jean Plyler will be missed by all her friends and family.
She would always hum or sing her favorite praise hymns and Christmas carols, while running errands with her granddaughter in tow. Whenever she called for you and you heard your middle name…you knew you were in trouble! She was a simple woman who loved to do word searches, crossword puzzles, and jigsaw puzzles. She was a patient and kind woman, who lived her life caring for her growing family.
She was a housewife, confidant, angel, and best friend to all who knew and loved her. She was a graceful God-fearing woman who loved God and Jesus. She was an animal lover, but she loved her dogs like they were her children. She enjoyed watching the birds and squirrels from her front porch. She will be remembered by her contagious smile and twinkling blue eyes, as well as her fun-loving personality.
Now, she is dancing with Jesus and has been be reunited with her lifelong love Isom “Ray” Plyler. She has also been reunited with her parents, her four sisters, and her lifelong friends that she has missed so much. She will be watching over all whom she dearly loved, as God’s newly born angel.