Romulus, NY: November 21st, 2021, at age 52. Jennifer is predeceased by her father, Robert Wight, and Father-in-Law Robert Blair. She is survived by her parents; Larry & Vicki Whipple, Stepmother Marilyn Wight, mother-in-law Jean Blair, spouse Mark Soback “Bean”, Nick Soback & Whitney Soback with Alexander, Gabriella, and Wyatt, Coty Soback & Logan Soback with Sophia, and Jackson, As well as her siblings; Jim Wight, Norma Blauvelt, Ruthi Hibbs, Patricia Anderson, Jessica Spanton, Krystal Wight, Janie LaForty, Brenda Welker, Karen LaForty, and Jimmy LaForty.
After being injured while at the Finger Lakes DDSO and then being put on permanent disability shortly after, she took time to focus on finishing college and getting her Bachelor’s Degree in business management and graduated from Monroe Community College at the top of her class in 2011. In 2014 she accepted the honor of being called nana and her family tree grew from there. She enjoyed being around the grandchildren who were her entire world, and in her spare time on the weekends she started a cake decorating class in hopes to start a business.
A Service will be held for Jennifer, on December 18th, at the Interfaith Center, 11 Franklin Street, Geneseo, NY. The services will start at 3:30PM following with a dinner. Friends and family are welcome.
Jennifer you were a great mother and wonderful friend I know it’s been a long time since we talked last but you were always in my thoughts in one way or another because even though I haven’t been around you were still family to me It was my fault I wasn’t around anymore and I have to deal with not being able to talk to you ever again but I want you to know that I am always going to keep you in my heart because you will always hold a special place in my life because you excepted me in your life and treated me like another part of your family and I thank you for that. I will always be thinking of you I hope you are having a wonderful time where ever you are now because I know deep inside you are definitely in a better place now and you are no longer in any kind of pain weather it be mental or physical and you will always be happy now so spread your wings and fly high you will be loved and missed always love pat
I am so sad to hear of Jennifer’s Passing. My condolences go out to Mark and family. I met Mark once on De Wolf rd. briefly about 30 years ago. Mark and Jennifer were just starting their lives together, they had their first child at that time.I have been trying to get a hold of Jennifer for about a year tried to email her in September. While searching the internet for Jennifer I found this and it mad me cry. I met Jennifer when I was A young boy, my cousin lived across the road from her. When my family and I would come over from Canada on the weekends I always looked forward to seeing Jennifer. I wish I could have stayed in touch with her over the years. I see the mention of cake she made me a cherry cake for my birthday when I was 10 years old, Larry only let me have one piece. Jennifer was a super nice person and always treated me good when I seen her.I have missed her for a long time and I will cherish the memories I have of her for ever.The world is defiantly going to miss Jennifer Soback. Bye Jennifer.