Jeanette E. Laser

May 17, 1961 ‒ August 31, 2019

Loudonville, Ohio

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The most selfless, caring, loving, one of a kind person you would ever meet, is how you would describe Jeanette E. Laser. She might have been paid to take care of patients but she took care of people because her heart was as big as the world is endless.

Jeanette E. Laser passed away suddenly Saturday, August 31, 2019, in Ohio Health Mansfield Hospital. She was 58.

She was born May 17, 1961, to parents Thomas & Evelyn (Jordan) Kidwell in Mansfield. She was named after her two grandmothers, Katherine Jeanette Jordan and Cassie Ellen Kidwell. After Jeanette graduated from Mansfield Sr. High School with the class of 1979, she earned her nursing degree from Mansfield General School of Nursing. She later went back to acquire her Bachelor’s of Nursing degree and school nurse certificate at Ashland University.

Right out of nursing school Jeanette worked at Mansfield General, and then for the Richland County Health Department for 11 years. After obtaining her BSN she began working for the Mansfield City School District as a school nurse for 23 years. Jeanette also worked in home health care and was always taking care of family and friends. When she wasn’t caring for others, she was lending her knowledge to those who asked or needed it.

As a natural caregiver, Jeanette was very selfless and enjoyed taking care of people, no matter who the patient was. She also loved to spend time with her family and being involved with her sons’ extracurricular activities. In spare time, she also volunteered for anything she was able through her church, New Hope Community Church, in Loudonville. She will be missed dearly by all those who love her.

She is survived by her husband of 36 years, Todd Laser of Loudonville; her sons Matthew and Brennan Laser; her sisters Jacqueline Kidwell Johnson and Jody (Jesse) Underwood; her brother-in-law Steven (Michelle) Laser; her sister-in-law Nancy Lyons; 9 nieces and nephews; and 9 great-nieces and nephews.

In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her father and mother-in-law William and Sandy Laser; her brother Barry Kidwell; and her niece.

A memorial gathering in Jeanette’s honor will take place Saturday, October 5, 2019, from 1 to 4 p.m. at the New Hope Community Church, 637 N Market St, Loudonville, Ohio.

Contributions in Jeanette’s memory may be made to the New Hope Community Church or the American Cancer Society.

Snyder Funeral Homes is honored to serve Jeanette’s family and encourage you to share a fond memory or message of condolence to them at SnyderFuneralHomes.com

  • My heartfelt sympathies to you, Todd and Matt and Brennan, at this time. Hold on to all the memories and let them fill the void in your hearts.

  • Todd, Matt and Brennan, I’m so sorry to hear of your loss. Our heartfelt sympathy is with you and your family. Praying for your family now and in the coming days ahead. Jeanette truly was one of a kind. She was kind and compassionate and really loved all of you. With Deepest Condolences….The Syler Family~Kevin, Sharon and Caleb

  • So sorry to hear this Todd. Our condolences to you and your family during this time. Our prayers go out for you. Aaron and Stephanie Hansen

  • Sorry to learn of her passing and the loss you all are feeling.
    Keep all your good memories of her close in your hearts and she’ll always be with you in spirit
    May the Lord be with you and help you through this time.
    Wayne W

  • So sorry for you loss Todd . Sending prayers for you and your family. Prayers for comfort and peace. Tim and Carla

  • So sorry for your loss. What a wonderful woman, keep your memories close and each other closer. Sending prayers for your family!

  • Todd and boys Bud and I are so sorry to hear this. Remember all the good times and stay close to each other. She will always be with you in your minds and hearts. Prayers going out to your family.

  • Todd, Matt & Brennan, I am so very sorry for your loss. I pray that God wraps you in His arms and gives you peace and comfort.

  • Todd, Matt, and Brennan,
    So saddened to hear about your loss. Jeanette was a wonderful woman who became the hands and voice of Jesus to others. Share your memories you have been storing up all of these years in the days ahead. Praying for all of you and leaving you in Jesus care, a sister in Christ, Frances Porter

  • Dear Family,
    Jeanette was a very special lady. My heart aches for all of you. Treasure your memories.
    Sincerely, Andi & Jim Arnholt

  • Our hearts are heavy learning of Jeannette’s sudden passing. May God give you strength to live your lives with your fond memories and love to sustain you. Her presence will always be felt by you in your quests to make her proud.
    Prayers, Bob and Bonnie Gribble

  • Im so sorry for your loss. Jeanette was an awesome RN as well as a person. She will be missed by many. Your family is in my thoughts and prayers.

  • Brennan you and your family are in our thoughts and prayers. Please know that she is now safe in God’s hands and and is looking down on you with pride. Keep your memories close amd know that she loved each of you deeply and is proud of the men you have become.

  • I worked with Jeanette at Cambridge. I was there for 6 years and she was always there.. I remember so many wonderful things about her. Im in complete shock to say the least.
    She would bring Brennan in when he was younger to “help” me get paperwork ready.
    Such a loving, kind soul.. so very sorry for your loss.. prayers for you all…

  • Todd, Matt and Brennan, my heart goes out to you at the loss of such a kind, wonderful, loving wife, mother and friend to all she met. I will miss her infectious smile. May God bless you will a peace that passeth all understanding as you grieve her loss.

    With my deepest sympathy.

  • Todd, Matt and Brennan Im very sorry for your loss, may your memories give you comfort and peace during this time. Jeanette was a truly wonderful person and I’m grateful to have known her.

  • Todd, Matt, Brennan, Kelsey, & Makenzie:
    Please know that Jeanette will live on in our fondest memories of her. This has been really hard on all of us to comprehend but I also know we will see each other through the days, weeks, months, & years that lie ahead. She was the best at whatever she did for all of us. She always put her family first and that is what made her so very special! My deepest sympathy to all of you & know that I loved her & you all very much!
    Her little seester, Jody

  • So saddened to hear about Jeanette’s passing. Praise God she isn’t suffering. She was such a nice sweet kind woman/friend. I pray that God helps you Todd Matt Brennan with this time of sadness and healing. R. I. P. Jeanette

  • Todd and boys,
    Dick and I were so sorry to hear of your loss. I don’t think I ever saw Jeanette without a smile on her face. Find comfort in Faith, Family and Friends knowing YOU will see her again!

  • I am so very sorry to hear of Jeanette’s passing. Because I taught students with physical disabilities, she and I worked together a great deal, until my retirement.

    Jeanette was a tremendous woman, friend, coworker, and school nurse. I will cherish the wonderful memories of our time working together.

    I send condolences to your family.

    Sandy Nye

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