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Jolene McFarland

Jolene McFarland

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Jolene McFarland, 54, of Webster City, died, Tuesday, April 16, 2019 at the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics. Services will be held at a later date.
Jolene Renae Eide, daughter of Leray and Phyllis Schutt Eide, was born April, 5 1965 in Webster City. She attended Webster City and Fort Dodge Schools. In 1985 she married Allan Long. The couple later divorced. She married Gary McFarland on May 11, 1991. The couple resided in Webster City. Jolene was a Home Health Care worker for many years and was currently working at Stratford Specialty Care.
Jolene is survived by her husband, Gary of Webster City; children; Renate (Jammie) Venegas, Kory Long and Christopher Long, all of Webster City; grandchildren, Serenity Long, Kaylin Long, Cody Anderson, Jasmine Garcia, Lila Venegas and Emma Venegas; step-grandchild, Audrey Venegas; brother, Russ Eide of Austin; and many extended family and friends.
She was preceded in death by her father; son-in-infancy, David Long and a brother-in-infancy, Steven.
Jolene was a member of St. Paul’s Lutheran Church. She enjoyed camping, traveling, playing horseshoes, cards gams such as Solitaire and Flinch, making crafts and decorating for parties. Most of all, she loved spending time with her family.
Online condolences may be expressed at www.fosterfuneralandcremation.com.
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Patti McVay

Posted at 12:00pm
Most of my memories of Jolene are from Grandma and Grandpa Schutt's farm. Once in awhile we would get to all spend the night with Grandma and wear her nightgowns and sleep together in the back bedroom. We loved playing with the little reading light that hung on the center of the of bed. Things were very simple back then. When Jo was around we could all 3 play jump rope games on the patio. We would run around the farm and play in the barn even though we weren't supposed to go in there lol! We would play house in the basement that had it's own kitchen-we all thought that was so cool! We would string buttons and help Grandma with the big tie quilts. We made words out of Constantinople, played Flinch, and ate Schwann's ice cream. We walked beans in the summer for Grandpa with Russ in charge of us lol! Armed with sharp weapons and a jug of water to share, we walked the fields with beans taller than I was. Not sure we were very good at it, but Grandma kept records and paid us despite that. Hide and seek and getting Grandpa to run off Kueker's runaway hogs were often on the agenda.
I'm so sorry that Jo is gone. I will not forget her or the times we shared during our childhood. I hope that her memories will bring you all comfort. Time is our most precious resource, I wish she would have had more.
In sympathy,
Patti
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