Jeannine was born on March 31, 1938, to William and Irene Burrows in Beaver Falls, PA. On Oct, 5, 1968, Jeannine married the love of her life, Joe, in Garden City, Long Island, NY. She was a member of St. Christopher&#039;s Episcopal Church, involved with the Lubbock Symphony Guild and the Lubbock Women&#039;s Golf Association. She also volunteered for the American Cancer Society, American Heart Association and American Diabetes Association. Jeannine owned her own business, Home Aid Services for over a decade. Her slogan was “Clean with Jeannine.” She then worked as an Employment Counselor for G. Boren Services, for over 20 years. Jeannine’s greatest gift was the love she gave to her family and friends. She always made everyone feel they were special. She was fondly called Nanny and will always be known for her famous sugar cookies that she made at every holiday with each child, grandchild and great-grandchild. A proud Pennsylvanian, Jeannine always cheered on her Pittsburgh Steelers. When her Men of Steel were playing, the neighbors always knew, as she would wave her flags and could be heard cheering for them. Jeannine’s love for life will be her legacy and for that her family loved her dearly. Survivors include her children, Bill Notturno and wife, Missy of Brooklyn Park, Minnesota, Beth Olsen and husband, Bob of Corinth, Texas, and Jill Holeman and husband, Terry of Lubbock; seven grandchildren, Christine Howell and husband Travis, Brad Olsen, Robby Olsen, Emily Notturno, Zachary Notturno, Jessica Holeman, Megan Holeman; four great-grandchildren, Logan and Paislee Howell and Mckynzie and Max Olsen. She is also survived by her sister, Jan Virginski and husband Walt of Westerly, RI; her aunt, Mary Louise Dean of Beaver Falls, PA; several cousins; a niece, Joyce Stuber of Hollywood, FL; and her life-long best friend of 71 years, Jack San Felice of Mesa, AZ. She is preceded in death by her parents; her husband, Joe; and a brother, Wilbert Burrows.