Aug. 12, 1933 — Dec. 6, 2013
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Audrey Jenell Wecker, 80, of Shingle Springs, Calif., died Dec. 6, 2013, at Kaiser Hospital in Vacaville after surgery in October. Jen was born to Henry and Esther Stinchfield on Aug. 12, 1933, in Colusa, Calif. She is survived by her sons, Mark (wife Michelle), Paul (wife Kathy) and Craig (wife Renee). She was preceded in death by Keith, her firstborn; and Kyle, a grandson. She is also survived by six grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.
Jenell, a Shingle Springs resident since the early 1960s, was involved in the community in a number of capacities over her more than 50 years in El Dorado County. She worked at local establishments, drove a bus for Buckeye School, delivered mail for a period and owned her own restaurant in Shingle Springs in the 1980s. She was an avid pool player, loved to cook, was an accomplished artist and even a barber to many friends and relatives over the years. She also loved movies, music and being with her family and is acknowledged as the No. 1 fan of the Pickups, a local rock ‘n roll band featuring her son, Paul. She will be greatly missed by her family and friends.
A celebration of Jenell’s life will take place at the Shingle Springs Community Center on Jan. 4, 2014 at 2 p.m., following a private family burial at the Frenchtown Cemetery.