Jennifer Frisbie

Jennifer Frisbie
Jennifer Frisbie

Jennifer Frisbie, 44, of Amarillo passed away on Friday, January 1, 2021.

Private family services will be held. Arrangements are by Boxwell Brothers Funeral Directors, 2800 Paramount Blvd.

Jennifer was born on November 15, 1976, in Amarillo to Thomas and Virginia Frisbie. She grew up in Amarillo and attended Avondale Elementary School, Sam Houston Middle School, and Tascosa High School.  Her interests included golf, piano, and guitar. Jennifer was musically gifted and one of her favorite things to do was singing and playing the guitar with her friends. She enjoyed fashion and cosmetics and loved playing with her style. She had a dynamic, colorful personality, and loved people. She worked for the family business Frisbie Janitorial throughout her life.

Her mission in life was to help the disadvantaged and homeless, as she literally took in countless people over her life. She always had an open door to people from all walks of life and gave away clothing and food to anyone that was in need.

She was preceded in death by her husband Shane Jones, her grandmother Joyce Frisbie, and grandparents Max and Julia Gauna.

Survivors include her precious children: a son Kyzer Frisbie and a daughter Kyalani Frisbie both of Amarillo, her parents Thomas and Virginia Frisbie, a sister Melody Lemmons of Amarillo, and many aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends. Jennifer adored her children and family.

We wish to thank the Valleyview Church of the Nazarene for their generosity and support during her battle with cancer, and Interim Hospice for the loving care that Pam, Sammy, and Yvonne provided.

8 Replies to “Jennifer Frisbie”

  1. I am so sorry for your loss. Treasure all your precious memories!! Your family will be in my prayers. I love you

  2. I am so sorry about Jennifer. I don’t have words to express how sad I am for all of you. Know that I am thinking of y’all.

  3. She will be missed dearly ,she will always have a place in my heart .taking care of her was an honor and really made me learn alot about myself and in that Jenny taught me about true love for that I will always be grateful.

  4. Don’t think of her as gone away, her journey just begun. Think of her living in the hearts of those she touched…for nothing loved is ever lost and Jenny was loved so very much. Rest easy my dear sweet friend…until we meet again
    ~♡Candice Marie♡~

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