Jean S. Honeyman

February 4, 1944 - December 7, 2012
Jean S. Honeyman

Jean Stewart Honeyman, 68, died at home after a short illness on December 7, 2012. She is survived by her dear friend, Jason McCandless of Arlington, VA; cousin, Bonni Manning and her husband, Wayne Palmer of Sherman, CT; cousin, Stewart MacDowall and wife, Kathy of Memphis, NY, David MacDowall and wife, Karen, Alicia Persaud and husband, Amar and Lindsay MacDowall. She also leaves behind her beloved cat, Stormy.

Jean was born in New York City to the late Jean MacDowall Honeyman and Frank C. Honeyman and lived in Manhasset, NY and Glen Head, NY before moving to Williamsburg in 1995.

Jean worked as a sales associate at Wythe Candy in Colonial Williamsburg until her retirement. While living on Long Island, she had worked at Lord & Taylor, A & S and Macy’s. An avid hockey fan and dedicated Anglophile, Jean will surely be missed by all that knew her.

In lieu of flowers, contributions to Heritage Humane Society, The American Cancer Society or Heartland Hospice would be appreciated.

A memorial service will be held at Bruton Parish Episcopal Church on Monday, December 10, 2012 at 2:00 PM. Family and friends will gather immediately following the service at the family home.


Memorial

Monday, December 10, 2012
12:00 AM

Bruton Parish Episcopal Church - Directions
201 West Duke of Gloucester Street
Williamsburg, VA 23185

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  • December 07, 2012
    Dianne Nesbitt says:
    A kind, generous, fun woman ~ and a truly dear friend. I will miss her so very much~

  • December 15, 2012
    quoVadis w.wright says:
    dear Jean,i surely will miss our little meetings in the library where we always tried to whisper and ended up w/ every staring as us for laughing too loud as we commiserated about our latest ailment and pointed with our canes for emphasis.i loved watching you work when we first met and started chatting because it was obvious you loved the job and working and the students seemed to just be there as it was just a job.i loved your stories about growing up and you are missed.. quo wright

  • May 05, 2013
    Helen W. Allen says:
    Jean and her late mother and father were close friends of my family. In fact, Jean's mother was my Sunday School teacher when I was three years old. I miss the wonderful values and joy that they brought to my life. May Jean rest in peace. Helen Allen

  • December 10, 2012
    Barbara Harvey says:
    Not just family but also a dear friend. So glad we were able to visit recently. I will miss her very much and remember her fondly. Rest in peace, Jean.

  • September 04, 2013
    Patricia Barton says:
    To family of Jean: Was reading all the notes Jean sent to me over the years. I hadn't heard from her and didn't know why. I decided to Google her name on my computer today and sadly found that she has passed. Jean and I exchanged coins and Christmas gifts. I met her in 2002 on a trip to Williamsburg with my husband and brother in law who worked in Washington, DC. We exchanged addresses and kept in touch. She has been missed. Our condolences to her family. Patsy and Ken Barton, Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada