Jeannette Chapel

Jeannette Chapel

Tuesday, April 14th, 2020
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MISSOULA — On April 13, 2020 Jeannette Marie Sage Chapel was lifted to the Lord. With great sorrow in our hearts we want to celebrate her time here with her family. She was born in Great Falls on Feb. 12, 1961 where she grew up alongside her brother Grant Sage. She later moved to Missoula with her family and graduated high school in 1979. She married, raised a child and attended cosmetology school and practiced her trade for several years in Missoula. She later went back to school to become a medical transcriptionist and worked in the oncology department at St. Pat’s Hospital and the home health and sleep labs at Community Hospital. She met the love of her life, Dennis Chapel while working at the hospital and Dennis and Jeanette were married in 2001. In 2004, Jeanette was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis and she struggled with the effects of the disease for the rest of her years. Those of us whom were part of her life were always amazed over her fantastic outlook on life and her ability to keep up with family and friends. She was the type of person who was always concerned with others and their well being, taking the time to reach out and check on those around her. She was an extremely talented artist and musician and continued to enjoy crafty outlets for those talents throughout her life. Her passion for her canine companions was devout and they traveled with her everywhere and were a source of great comfort and joy to her.

Jeannette was preceded in death by her brother Grant Sage, her father Lester (Swak) Sage and later her mother, Betty Lou Lugar Sage. She is survived by her husband Dennis Chapel and her puppies, Gidget and Toad. Daughter Anna Marie Sage and Granddaughter Keiran Sage of Portland Oregon. Step children: Troy Chapel (Tabitha, Dylan and Hunter) of Big Timber, Trent Chapel (Carie and Ryan) of Lynwood, Washington, and Tammy Moore (Joe) of Cedar City, Utah and Mother in Law, Bell Chapel or Big Timber. She is also survived by her aunt Sherrie Harrison (Bill) and cousins Lee Ann Harrison and Tom Harrison.

Memorial services will be held at a later date, to be announced in the Missoulian.

In Lieu of flowers, please make any memorial donations to either your local animal shelter or to your local Chapter of the Multiple Sclerosis Society.
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Posted at 11:05pm
First of all I’m so sorry for your loss Dennis, but am comforted knowing Jeanette is no longer suffering from the pain she has dealt with so many years.

I have so many memories of Jeanette and all the laughs, fun times and shenanigans with her and Trish. It’s hard telling what we might come up with on a Friday or Saturday night, but it didn’t take much to keep us entertained as long as we were together. Years ago Jeanette did my hair and we even laughed through most of those appointments!!

I’ll never forget how beautiful Jeanette was and she never left the house without looking like a million bucks! That girl loved to shop and it wasn’t often you saw her in the same outfit twice!

I love you Nettie and you will be sorely missed but we will meet up again! Barbbalane

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