My wife was an amazing woman who was always thinking of others before herself. She was absolutely the best at planning adventurous holidays.
She had 2 children: Alicia and Bob and 1 grandchild: Freddy.
We all miss her and wish she was still here with us to conjure up a smile when she came up with some amazing plan for vacation. Before I met Jessica I was so narrow-minded. She turned my life upside down, in a good way. We’d been through good and bad times. We explored together the deepest corners of Brazil and Peru and other countries. She was used to travel a lot as her parents were missioners. It was in her genes I guess.
She worked as a translator. At the beginning she had to travel a lot, visited many conferences but as the time passed by she wanted to settle down and have a family so she gave up and open her own office. She was really good boss. Strict but always got along with people and when needed she knew how to make a compromise to work everything out. Despite her active life, she knew how to relax. To admit those moments I enjoyed very much. Just sit on the beach to have a picnic or climb some hill and watch the sunset with bottle of wine and listen to the sound of rustling leaves in the trees and birds chattering. I miss those the most. And I also can’t forget our children. Well they grew up but parents always see them when they were young. Both of our children got married and fortunately Jessica lived to see at least one grandchild Freddy. Everybody remember those days together when we gathered around for Christmas or birthdays. She’s still with us thought only on pictures.
Your dearest husband Robert Stillwell
1947 — 2003
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