How did Jeanette Jamieson die? Toccoa city commissioner cause of death Explained

Toccoa City Commissioner Jeanette Jamieson passed away. (Facebook)

Jeanette Jamieson, a longtime municipal leader and legislator from Northeast Georgia, passed away. Let’s see How did Toccoa city commissioner Jeanette Jamieson die and Jeanette Jamieson cause of death in detail.


How did Jeanette Jamieson die?

At the age of 81, Jeanette Jamieson passed away away at her home on Tuesday, April 25.

WNEG Radio shared about the death of Toccoa City Commissioner Jeanette Jamieson on Facebook.

In assisting the family of Mrs. Jeanette Jamieson, Whitlock Mortuary, Funerals and Cremations is honored. Arrangements for Jeanette Jamieson’s funeral will be made public by the family.


Jeanette Jamieson cause of death

Jeanette Jamieson was regarded as having a friendly personality. Many people must be curious to know the Jeanette Jamieson cause of death in light of the recent news. The precise Jeanette Jamieson cause of death hasn’t been revealed, yet. As soon as we find out more information, we’ll update this story.

Our staff does not confirm any rumors regarding the news, but you can be sure that we are doing everything in our power to gather relevant information about the tragedy and present the most recent updates as quickly as possible; nevertheless, remember that family privacy should be respected. Jeanette Jamieson cause of death has left the community inconsolable.


Who was Jeanette Jamieson?

Jamieson was a trustworthy political figure in Northeast Georgia. She broke down barriers for women while serving 24 years as an elected representative in the Georgia House of Representatives.

Jamieson was an elected member of the Georgia House of Representatives for 24 years. She was the first woman in Georgia history to serve as the governor’s floor leader during her term in the legislature, and she was the first woman to chair a significant committee.

Jamieson’s work in rural development earned her the President’s Award for Innovative Government from President George W. Bush, according to the City of Toccoa website. Jamieson also held the positions of mayor of Toccoa for six years and commissioner for Stephens County during her political career. When she passed away, she was an active member of the Toccoa City Commission.


Tributes to Jeanette Jamieson

Many people expressed their profound sympathies to her family and expressed how much they loved her.

Jessica Richie wrote :”I grew up hearing her name from my grandfather. Once we moved to Toccoa and we opened our businesses within the city I can say that she was one of a handful of politicians and/or city employees over the course of 17 years that made it a point to know as many of us in the historic downtown district as possible. She actually made an attempt to put her money where her mouth was. Regardless if your vote falls under a D or an R, Toccoa and Northeast Georgia lost a great asset this morning. I would describe her to family by saying “it’s like if our Mumsy were a red head and did politics instead of hair. She’ll say it like she thinks it.” Thank you Jeannette for all you did and attempted to do for Toccoa.”

Peggy wrote: “How sad… She was a wonderful lady. R I P Jeanette ❤️🙏🏼

Jeanette Payne wrote: “Praying for her friends and family.”

One of the worst things anyone can go through in life is losing a loved one. Any journey must have a destination at the end. The person’s time on earth has regrettably come to an end now that they have died. We wish her eternal peace and send our thoughts and prayers to her loved ones, family, friends. May she rest in peace.

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