Jennifer June (JJ) Mills

Jennifer June (JJ) Mills
Jennifer June (JJ) Mills

Jennifer June (JJ) Mills, 50, went to be with the Lord on January 1st, 2021 at her residence in Sherwood Shores, TX.

She was born on July 28th, 1970 in Chicago, IL. She was raised in Dumas, TX where she graduated from Dumas High School in 1988. She received her bachelor’s degree from Texas A&M in 1992 and later got her master’s degree at the University of North Texas. She was proud to be a True Aggie.

She is survived by her husband, Shawn Burrow of Sherwood Shores, TX; her father, Jordan Mills and spouse Carolyn Mills of Dumas, TX; brother, Jeffrey Mills of Austin, TX; nieces and nephews, Matthew, Savannah, and Gregory; and many aunts, uncles, cousins, and host of friends.

She was a member of the First Baptist Church of Dumas, TX. She found the love of her life Shawn Burrow and they were together for 8 years and were married on May 12th, 2018. She loved her animals and befriended many veterans who needed a friend. Her family was very important to her and loved them all dearly. She loved to travel all across the United States and as well as Germany and Europe.

Graveside services will be held at a later date at the Northlawn Memorial Gardens in Dumas, TX.

In lieu of customary remembrances, the family suggests memorials be made to your favorite charity in memory of Jennifer.

7 Replies to “Jennifer June (JJ) Mills”

  1. Jordan, Carolyn, and family,
    My heart was broken for your family when I heard the news. What a beautiful, kind and generous girl. I know she leaves a void for you right now. I also know your faith is strong and you will lean on your Heavenly Father to get through this journey called grief. My condolences to you and all of your extended family.

  2. Dear friend..At the reunion you got caught in the parade and was forced to drive the route. A moment I will never forget! You handled it in your wonderfully usual way of great humor, smiling, laughing, and with grace. Most of all you made me think and that’s not always easy. Thank you JJ for your friendship, love, and all the other gifts you gave me.

  3. Jordan,
    Whit & I are so sorry for your loss! I lost my 8-year-old daughter in 1996 and there is nothing to compare to the grief nor words that can offer relief! I pray God’s supernatural peace, comfort and understanding surrounds you and the whole family!

  4. My heart is completely broken over this news. It’s been awhile since I’ve talked to her – but every time We talked – it was as if we never lost touch … I am so so sorry for your loss. Words can’t express adequately enough how sorry I am. May the Holy Spirit comfort you with love and peace during this time.

  5. Jordan,
    I cannot say I understand but I can say I can only imagine how your-heart is broken in-this-loss. My Beth, classmate of Jennifer just got-out-of quarantine with COVID and I had some-scary-times of what would I do if this happened. I am so saddened for you and the family. Just newly-wed and sounds successful in life. Grieve-as-you must, not-as-others are telling you is right, wrong or indifferent. Travel this pathway in your-individual way; there are no-pathways as you know but individual-ones for each. May God comfort you as you cling tightly to His unfailing-and-unchanging hand. I have each-of-you in my-thoughts and prayers. I have lost total-control of almost everyone since my-family moved from the area after Tom went to be with His Lord in 2002. I stayed a year and enjoyed plus was blessed greatly in my-grieving first-year by your Sunday School-leadership.

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