Dr. Jessica Waldron dead and obituary, of Franklin, Tennessee

Dr. Jessica Waldron of Franklin, Tennessee passed away on Thursday, November 3, 2022 at the age of 39. Born in Los Angeles, California, she has also lived in New York and San Francisco. To her family and friends, she is a special light in the world.

She is survived by her husband, Damon Waldron, and two children, Reese and Gray. She is also survived by her parents and stepparents Bonnie and Robert Ezra, Jim and Donna Schienle, brother James, sister-in-law Cassie and three sisters Jaycee, Jaymee and Jennifer.

Funeral Mass will be held at St. Philip’s Catholic Church in Franklin on November 15 at 11 a.m. A funeral will be held at the Williamson Memorial. The information provided in the service is accompanied by a celebration of life.

Home rebuilding becomes a personal love and inspiration project for Christina on the latest episode of In the Country – Remembering Dr. Jessica Waldron, close friend of host Christina Hall and sister-in-law of Christina’s best friend Cassie.

About a year after moving to Tennessee, Jessica began losing her mobility due to ALS, a neurological disease that weakens muscles and impairs physical function, so Cassie hired Christina to make Wald Len’s home is more wheelchair accessible.

“Christina is the only person we trust to make [our home] convenient and beautiful,” Jessica’s husband, Damon, said in the episode.

Heartbreakingly, Jessica passed away during the renovation, but Christina kept her promise to Cassie to finish the project as quickly as possible so Jessica’s husband and children could come home.

The touching episode offers meaningful revelations and emotional moments, crafted in memory of Jessica. “I can feel her here,” Christina said at the launch. Cassie agrees, “It’s going to be where they can be happy.”

To learn more about ALS and how you can help, visit TeamGleason.org for more information. Tune in to HGTV to see the final designs Christina created with wheelchair accessibility in mind – Thursday, February 9 at 9 | 8.

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