Jennifer "Jenny" Kyong Lee, 32 was a violin teacher since the age 18. She has inspired many students with her passion for music and teaching, constructive criticism and most importantly the genuine care she held for each person. Unfortunately, on June 28th 2016 at 12:58 PM, Jenny passed away at Henry Ford Hospital as a result of non-alcoholic liver failure.
Jenny was born on June 6, 1984 in Lansing, MI and attended Everett High School. She then went to Grand Valley State University, where she obtained her Bachelor's Degree in Music Performance and Business. She taught private lessons at Meyer Music for many years and later began working with the Reiley's at Guarneri House.
Jenny will be remembered for the laughter and joy she brought to those around her. She is leaving behind her two loving parents, Mi Kyong and Jae Lee, her younger sister, Cathy Lee, as well as many other friends, students and co-workers whom are lucky to have gotten to know her. Due to the sudden nature of her death at such a young age, all are left in disbelief. However, the positive and powerful impact she has made on all of our lives will be eternal. Jenny will be greatly missed.
Grand Rapids, Michigan USA
Hello friends & family, as many of you already know Jenny was very ill over the past couple of months and in and out of the hospital in the past few days.
Jenny fought a good fight but unfortunately her heart stopped working on June 28th and she was pronounced dead at 12:58 from secondary to severe nonalcoholic liver failure. As hard as this is for all of us we know that she is no longer in pain and was greeted with open arms by her heavenly father! Heaven has just gained the most incredible person that has ever lived. Obituary is posted below.
Please feel free to sign the guestbook, leaving a memory you have of the beautiful Jenny Lee.
Jenny was much more then an employee here at Guarneri House/Aaron's Instruments. Jenny was a friend, a confidant, and aunt to the Riley children. She will be greatly missed. We will miss her humor, her laugh and the joy she brought to everyone she met. RIP Jenny Lee, we will miss you.
(this page is to remain the homepage for a few weeks, if you need to reach the old homepage please click the home button on the top navigation bar. Thank You)
R.I.P. JENNY LEE