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Ron and Catherine Turner

Please accept our sincere condolences. We’ve known your mom/grandma since 1995. We met when our husbands worked in the same industry, Aerospace. We met at the Aerospace Industries Association held in Arizona. We hit it off immediately and from that point forward, we shared many days and evenings together in DC and other places. We loved Jeanne and were sad to see her decline in the last few years. Her joy and memory of our happier times made all of us smile for great times. We will miss her ready smile and big heart. God bless you all! Rest in Eternal Peace, Jeanne and May the perpetual light shine upon you.

Billy & Danny Wright Pogue

It was a privilege to have known Jeanne. She was a sweet and caring lady. She loved music and arranging entertainment for events. She had a passion for life and loved helping others. Her cats were an her daily company and important part of her family. She enjoyed reading, always looking for a new mystery. She love the American Legion and the many veterans and their families it served. Condolences and prayers to her family. She will be missed by many.

Joe and Carol Klinehamer

We remember Jeanne as a kind person, dedicated wife and mother, with a heart that cared for many. She was a special person who we will remember and think of often. This comes with our best wishes and condolences to her family and friends.

don and norma lyons

We loved her and she loved us back..shared with us..laughed with us and occ. at us! rest in peace my sparrow..with joe and loved ones who are already there. us and at us on occassion!and at us! She was a treasure...a lady and a heart full of lov us and cried with us. She hated to fly..but t his flight to heaven to see her sister and her Joe--smooth and easy. us and cried with us. She did not like to fly--but--this flight to heaven sh us and at us on occasion! us and cried with us. She was loving, kind, gracious and generous..we had a few field ld trips with her to new places locally and it was always hysterically funny..she was always positive and kind..if we brought her, even small waters, she would smile and tear up we thought of her..i wish her ang

Mary Davison Massman

My deepest sympathies to Jeanne's family. As one of her friends, I know, she will be sorely missed. Jeanne's willingness to pitch in, her energy and her enthusiasm could always be counted on. I first met Jeanne in 2009 when I started house sitting periodically on the Island for my sister and brother-in-law. Jeanne was very welcoming and included me in many activities -- one of my favorites was Trivia Night. She loved live music and always knew where to find the best available at the moment. I hope it isn't sacrilegious to wish that Jeanne is now enjoying 24/7 terrific entertainment in heaven. I think that would be her idea of paradise.

Paul & Pamela Guyette

To a most wonderful and generous person who changed the world for many. To be so blessed with such a great family, be assured you will be greatly missed. God Bless you and all of your family.

Pamela Croft Wilcox

My sincerest sympathy and condolences to the children & grandchildren. I didn't know Jeanne very well, but when she and Mt cousin Joe were married, Jeanne graciously opened her heart and home to Joe's family. Some of us were invited to be there for a week before the wedding and that was a magical week that I'll never forget. Jeanne was a wonderful hostess and beautiful addition to our family. I'll always cherish those great days and the fun we shared . There's not doubt she will be missed. Rest in Peace Jeanne.

Maureen Mullaney

Jeanne may you Rest In Peace. You were a very giving, loving woman who loved to read and her music and cats. I had the pleasure of visiting with you a few weeks ago. You will be sorely missed by many.

Ann Price Mayfield

My husband and I both graduated from high school with Jeanne. She and I lived in the same neighborhood and knew each other for many years. She will be missed

Diane Ellison LaRoche

Jeanne and I were classmates (Class of '65, T. L. Hanna High School, Anderson, SC). We actually met in Jr. High (McCants) and became best friends at once. We spent a lot of time together, spending nights, and just "hanging around." We eventually went our separate ways, but then reconnected about 10 years ago on Facebook. I am heart-broken at the loss of my friend. Rest in Peace, Jeanne.

Jeanne Brown Lipscomb Wyatt


Jeanne Brown Lipscomb Wyatt, 75, died peacefully April 7, 2022, with her family by her side at her Amelia Island home of 26 years.

Jeanne was born on February 27, 1947, in Royston, Georgia, daughter to Columbus Alton and Virginia Brown. She was raised in Anderson, South Carolina, where she was crowned Miss Anderson in 1965 and served as a South Carolina delegate to the historic 1972 Republican National Convention.

At the age of 19, Jeanne married Michael Lipscomb and eventually relocated to Cleveland, Ohio, where she supported Michael in his aerospace career and raised their two children: Carol (Daniel) Lipscomb Mirones and Michael “Keith” (Angela) Lipscomb.

Since the early 1970’s Jeanne had been enchanted by the beauty of Amelia Island and the warmth of its residents, settling permanently there in 1996 and remodeling her island home with a focus on entertaining and hosting family gatherings. Jeanne was an avid events planner, scheduling bands to play at various venues in the area. She loved music, reading and the many pets she spoiled over the years. Jeanne was a philanthropist who gave substantially to the American Legion and other charities.

Jeanne remarried in 2007 to Joseph Wyatt, a career military man and distinguished veteran who preceded her in death along with her parents and her sister, Norma Brown. She is survived by her two loving children and her six grandchildren: Nicolas Sweet, Ryan Sweet, Anna Mirones Sweet, Lauren Mirones Sweet, Amelia Lipscomb and Colin Lipscomb.

Her family will always remember her as a loving and proud mother and grandmother. Jeanne will be missed by her family and many friends.

Interment will be held at a later date at the Amelia Island Chapel Columbarium. A Celebration of Life is being held at The American Legion, 626 S. 3rd Street, Fernandina Beach, on May 22nd at 1:30 p.m.

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