Monday, November 11, 2019

Jennifer Ann Bleichner

Jennifer Ann Bleichner, age 32, of Orlando, passed away Friday, November 8th, 2019.  She was born in Sanford, FL the daughter of Brian and Sally (Stephenfield) Bleichner, and was employed as a nutrition consultant for Natures Market, Funeral Associate for Dobbs Funeral Home and was a senior at St. Petersburg College earning her degree in Mortuary Science.   She attended Church in the Son in Orlando.

Jennifer was a fitness enthusiast who would often be seen at LA Fitness for 4 - 5 hours on any given day.  She was an old soul who loved her music, Johnny Mathis, Elvis, the Beach Boys and wouldn't dream of missing a Michael Jackson or Prince Concert!  Often times she had a dry sense of humor that you would miss if you didn't know her until you thought about it for a few minutes (The Queen of Puns), plus she was a music history buff.  She knew her stuff!  Name That Tune!!!!

Jennifer leaves to cherish her memory, father Brian Bleichner of Orlando;  mother Sally Bleichner of Geneva; brothers Eric Bleichner of Altamonte Springs, Ryan Bleichner of Bogata, TX; Christopher Bleichner of Orlando; grandmother Molly Perry of Geneva; nephews Thomas Bleichner, Bryan David Bleichner and 3 nieces Emily, Sophie and Lee Lu.

A memorial service for Jennifer will be held at 6:00 pm on Saturday, November 23, 2019 at Dobbs Funeral Home.


  1. Jenny you are deeply missed by family and friends. I will remember you as a sweet soul that always came to the family get togethers with a smile and love in your heart. I know you are home now at peace and surrounded by love. You are a true shining star. Much love Jenny๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’ซ
    Susy Dickson

  2. RIP Jennifer. Will never forget you. My heart is broken. Hopefully we will meet again you.

  3. Vale Jenny. I remember your many visits to see Grandma Mil and watching you grow up through your teen years and into womanhood. We continued to have some back and forth a bit on FB for a while. I was so happy that you had found a direction in terms of job and life in general. I feel so sad at what has happened. My thoughts to all the family, especially Sally.

  4. Just heard the news. Jen you will be so missed.

  5. Miss you miss you miss you

  6. Hello Jen. Its been a little over a month and a half since you've been gone. I never knew there was so many nissan rogues on the road. Every time I see one I speed up to see if you are in it, hoping to see you smile and wave at me. Whenever I look at pictures of you I find myself for some reason not breathing and gasping for air once noticing. Thank you for being a friend. You were truly special. I will never forget you.

  7. Jenny you were so special to me. You were like the little sister I never had. I remember the first time I met you at the hostess stand at Longhorn Steakhouse 19 years ago! You were so full of energy and sunshine! The adventures we went on! One of my favorite memories was going to Daytona Beach for your 21st birthday. We rented a hotel, ate at a fancy restaurant and took goofy pictures on the boardwalk. You were there for a lot of my special moments and I was proud to have you as a friend. After I moved you always made a point to link up with me when I would come back to Florida. I looked forward to our lunches every time - it was one of my favorite things to do when I came to visit. You will be missed soooo much. I know you are jamming out with Elvis, Michael and Prince right now! I love you.

  8. Happy Birthday ๐ŸŽ‚ Jen. You are deeply missed.

  9. Christopher BleichnerJanuary 27, 2024 at 8:31 PM

    Jenny suffered terrible physical abuse at the hands of her mother Sally, thrown into a wall and lost consciousness is just one example,
    Jennifer was given to men for money by her mother from Nine. She was assaulted by her church pastor, Brian's pastor of the church he dragged her to, Brian did nothing, blamed Jenny, shamed her. In a final plea for "mercy" from the :spit: justice system, did she write all this, imagine feeling forced to share such crimes knowing they will go unanswered just to be allowed one final chance to escape.

    Jenny never embraced God or the church, on God, and the "forgivness" of Jesus, Jennifer would say, "IF there is a God, forgiveness? They need to bow and beg 10,000 years for my forgiveness" the nightmares curse on anyone who would say otherwise.

    "There's something about Jenny" everyone always said, as in spite of this she brimmed with hope and unfathomable optimism to escape it. There certainly was and now you know barely the half or the refillable truth of it.
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