Jensen, Carmen A.

Jensen, Carmen A. Jul 5, 1943 - Feb 12, 2016 Carmen A. Jensen died on February 12, 2016 at her home after a brief illness. Carmen was born on July 5, 1943 in Falls City, NE to Henry J. and Margaret Watton. Carmen graduated from Sacred Heart High School in Falls City and St. Joseph's School of Nursing in Omaha. She retired from Midwest Allergy Clinic after a 35+ year career, then continued her passion for nursing in other areas until her death. Her love for family and friends was evident in her home, and she welcomed everyone with open arms. More than anything, she loved her family and especially her grandchildren. Carmen was preceded in death by her parents; and an infant sister. She is survived by her husband, Sam Jensen; children, Christine (John) Sennentz of Minneapolis, Andrea Mitteis of Omaha, and Eric (Stacia) Patton of Costa Rica; 4 grandchildren, Blair, Rachael and Aaron Mitteis, and Zachary Sennentz; siblings, Bev (Robert) Sunderman of Hiawatha KS, Ron (Sandy) Watton of Elkhorn, Roger (Barbara) Watton of Eagle NE, Regina (Michael) Cox of Portland OR, Geri Koehler of Omaha, and Mark (Diana) Watton of Wahoo; and many nieces, nephews, beloved family members, and friends. Private Family Services will be held. A CELEBRATION of Carmen's Life will be held on Saturday, May 14, (details to be posted in early May). Memorial gifts are suggested to Siena Francis House. JOHN A. GENTLEMAN MORTUARIES & CREMATORY PACIFIC STREET CHAPEL 14151 Pacific St. 402-391-1664 www.johnagentleman.com

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Scot and Angi Burmeister

Our prayers are with you all at this difficult time. Carmen was a wonderful person, this world will miss her bright spirit.

KCM

Carmen Jensen was one of the classiest people I have ever had the pleasure of knowing. She lit a room up when she entered with her contagious, gorgeous smile. She always looked like a million bucks; her hair, not one strand out of place, her perfect posture, adorned with tasteful jewelry, and able to make even nursing scrubs look stylish. I had the pleasure of working with Carmen for 18 years at Midwest Allergy then again at UNMC in Allergy. We had great times together, often joking about how we would have known a patient as a child and then meet them again as an adult patient. Carmen was remembered by most of the people she had met because of the lasting impression she had made with them. She was kind, professional and respectful to everyone. Meeting so many allergy patients during her career as a nurse, she had an uncanny way of remembering people’s names and facts about their families. She made you feel important and you knew she cared. The way I figure it, she administered at least a half million allergy shots in her life, not to be surpassed by any other nurse, ever!!!!! Her greatest joy in life was her family. She spoke often of her dear mother. Her loving husband, Sam, brought her such happiness in life, and she would get so cheery just talking about him. Carmen was proud of her children and treasured the time she had with them. Her grandchildren that she adored, provided her so much delight, and she cherished each and every one of them. I admired Carmen as a coworker and a friend, and am so lucky to have known her. Eternal rest grant unto Carmen, oh Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon her. KC McCaslin

Mark and Diana Watton

Carmen will be missed by so many good friends and family. Our hearts go out to Sam and to each of your children & grandchildren. We loved spending time with you and we will miss your love, humor, wisdom, and your very happy spirit. Our prayers to you and yours. We love you; from your "baby brother & his wife".

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