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Jerine was born August 14, 1920 in Saskatchewan, Canada to Hugh Maurice Bartlett and Tinterella Henderson Bartlett. She had 2 brothers.
She is a direct descendant of Josiah Bartlett who was the third signer of the Declaration of Independence and was a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution.

Jerine moved to Boise and studied nursing at Saint Alphonsus Hospital.
She met William Weber Brown, a pilot in the Army Air Corp, as a "blind date" at a "USO" dance at Gowen Field. They were married September 5, 1943 in Harvard Nebraska. While Bill was in the military and servicing in World War II, they traveled throughout the states and abroad but then settled back in Meridian, Idaho.

She worked as a registered nurse at St Alphonsus Hospital and continued to her college degree. Jerine graduated with a Nurse Practitioner degree, one of the few in Idaho, and started her new career at the Boise State University Medical Center.
Upon retiring they built a cabin in Yellow Pine, Idaho. She loved spending summers there, socializing, playing bridge and dancing with Bill in "downtown" Yellow Pine.

She is preceded in death by her husband, Bill and her 2 brothers Lorraine Bartlett and John Bartlett.

Jerine is survived by her sister-in-law Mercedes Bartlett, her 3 sons: Michael Brown (wife Rosella), Patrick Brown (wife Kay) and Scott Brown (wife Cathy Mae); six Grandchildren, William, Russell, Teresa, Aaron, Jason and Drew; and 10 Great Grandchildren.

Jerine loved to play cards especially bridge, socialize with friends and neighbors and spending time with her family.
She enjoyed a full and rich life and will be missed by all who knew and loved her.
Graveside services will be held Monday, November 28th at 1:00 P.M. at the Terrace Lawn Cemetery in Meridian, Idaho.