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Vivian "Jean" Harmon

December 7, 1971 — December 6, 2023

Vivian "Jean" Harmon lived a life that radiated love, faith, and wisdom in every action she took. Born on December 7, 1971, in Atlanta, Georgia, Jean illuminated the lives of those around her until her peaceful passing in Conyers, Georgia, on December 6, 2023. She was a beacon of compassion and grace, leaving behind a legacy of kindness and a family who adored her deeply. Jean left this world just one day shy of her fifty-second birthday, yet her years were rich in experiences and abundant in love.


Jean spent her career spreading care and comfort as a Certified Nursing Assistant at Abby Hospice for 18 years. Her dedication to the well-being of others was not just a job; it was her calling. Through her work, she became a cherished member of both her professional community and the hearts of those she aided in their final moments. Jean manifested an extraordinary capacity for empathy, making a lasting impact not only on her patients but also on their families.


Family was the cornerstone of Jean's world. She was a devoted wife to her husband, Kevin Harmon, and a nurturing mother to her children, Marvin and daughter-in-law Amanda Brand, James Monkus, Benjamin Monkus, Jacob Harmon, and Nikki and son-in-law Roman Hines. The love shared within this beautiful, blended family was Jean's greatest pride and joy. Amidst life's hustle, she always found time for her grandkids, who lit up her life with boundless energy and laughter. Jean's brothers, sister, nieces, and nephew held an irreplaceable place in her heart, each of them contributing to the colorful tapestry of her cherished family life.


Outside the warm embrace of her family, Jean had an eclectic array of interests that showcased her zest for life. Whether she was crafting intricate Diamond Art pieces, exploring nature through camping, or hunting for treasures at yard sales, she carried an infectious enthusiasm that inspired everyone around her. Her love for the University of Georgia Football games was more than just a pastime-it was a way she connected with friends, celebrated victories, and persevered through losses, much like in life itself.


Jean's spirit was one of enduring love and timeless wisdom. She approached life's challenges with grace and viewed each obstacle as an opportunity for growth. A quote that encapsulated Jean's outlook on life: "I'm a Winner either Way." This beautiful sentiment reflects Jean's unwavering optimism and her perpetual search for the light in every situation.


Her wisdom extended beyond her years, and her guidance was a compass for those fortunate enough to cross her path. Jean saw the innate good in others and fostered that goodness through her faith-filled nature. In every interaction, she was a living example of love in action, grounded in her deep spiritual connection and her belief in the goodness of humanity.


Today, as we celebrate the remarkable life of Vivian "Jean" Harmon, let us not mourn her absence but instead honor her memory by embodying the virtues she lived by daily. Let us carry forward her legacy of love, treating each day as a gift and each person we meet with kindness and compassion. Jean's life story is a testament to the power of living with an open heart and a soul full of faith.


Though she has left this earthly realm, the echoes of her loving spirit will continue to resonate in the hearts of her family, friends, and all the lives she has touched. We bid farewell to a truly extraordinary woman whose life was a masterclass in generosity, and we carry her with us in every act of kindness, each moment of connection, and through every heart she has warmed. Jean's legacy is not written in pages but in the lives she has touched and the love she leaves behind. " This is not goodbye, this is see you later." Jean Harmon


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Visitation

Monday, December 11, 2023

4:00 - 8:00 pm (Eastern time)

A.S. Turner & Sons Funeral Home & Crematory

2773 North Decatur Road, Decatur, GA 30033

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Funeral Service

Tuesday, December 12, 2023

2:00 - 3:00 pm (Eastern time)

A.S. Turner & Sons Funeral Home & Crematory

2773 North Decatur Road, Decatur, GA 30033

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Burial

Corinth Christain Church Cemetery

1635 Highway 81, Loganville, GA 30052

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