JENNIFER JOLER MOORS\r\n1972-2021\r\nWinslow - Jennifer "Jen" J. Moors, 48, passed away unexpectedly on the evening of Monday, September 13, 2021, at MaineGeneral Medical Center (MGMC/Thayer) ER, with her husband by her side.\r\nShe was born December 27, 1972, in Waterville, ME, daughter of Gerald J. and Glenna "Bee" (Denis) Joler. She graduated from Waterville Senior High School in 1991 and attended the University of Maine Orono. On August 19, 2006, she married the love of her life Lonnie Moors. \r\nHer greatest sense of professional satisfaction came in the Thoracic Surgical field while working for Dr. Peverada and Dr. Blank as a Medical Assistant, where her acute situational awareness and attention to detail were greatly appreciated as expressed by the surgeons and other staff. Previously, she had worked for a private practice Express Care under Shawn McGlew, PA and at MGMC ER as an ER Tech. She also worked in Dietary in her earlier years at MGMC. In addition, she was briefly employed at the VA Hospital in Augusta, ME. Her most recent position was in MGMC Express Care where her work hours would give her more time to spend with her husband Lonnie and her two children Aubrey and Ryan. Her husband and her children were her world, she loved them with all of her heart and soul. She was very proud of each of them. \r\nShe was passionate about everything she did. She will be forever known as a person who brought family together through the love of her cooking. If you cooked with Jen, you were held to her standards, no matter who you were. There was never a doubt of where you stood with her, because as everyone knows, she was not one for beating around the bush. She was one who gave it to you straight, always. \r\nThough brutally honest, her humility made her very approachable. She would not betray a confidence, and many friends, coworkers, and family members confided in her. Even animals felt comfortable around her, placing themselves on her neck and chest. She had been solely a cat person until she was won over by her son's miniature Schnauzer just a few years ago.\r\nJennifer is survived by her husband of 15 years, Lonnie Moors; her two children Aubrey and Ryan; her mother Glenna "Bee" Joler; six sisters, Linda Genest and her husband, James, of Waterville; Barbara Reed, and her husband Allen, of Wiscasset; Carolyn Hunter and her husband, Stephen, of Winslow; Elaine Sullivan and her husband Doug, of Bristow, VA; Jane Woodman and her husband Michael, of Clinton; Cheryl Quirion and her husband, Timothy of Randolph; and one brother, John Joler and his wife Laurie, of Waterville. She is also survived by her father-in-law Daniel Moors and his wife, Darlene of Corinth; sister-in-law Makayla Moors Thompson and her husband, Robert of Corinth, brother-in-law Timothy Commeau (Calvin) of Bangor; and sister-in-law Amy Woodman and her husband Josh. She is also survived by several nieces and nephews - Christopher and Jared Genest, Stacey Mannke; Joshua and Charlene Reed; Cynthia and Aaron Hunter; Katelyn Perry, Nicholas Routhier; Trevor and Marisa Quirion; Sarah, Erica, and Daniel Joler; Alayna Thompson; Jordan and Brooklyn Woodman; a great niece Quinn Genest and a great nephew Lucas Mannke. \r\nJennifer was pre-deceased by her father Gerald J. Joler.\r\nThere will be no visiting hours. A mass of Christian burial will take place at 9 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 25, 2021 at Notre Dame Church, 116 Silver St., Waterville and burial will be immediately following the mass at St. Francis Catholic Cemetery, Grove St. Waterville. The family would like to invite family, friends, and co-workers to a gathering with refreshments (and food) following the burial to share memories of Jennifer at Alfond Youth & Community Center, 126 North St., Waterville. Arrangements are under the direction of Gallant Funeral Home, 10 Elm St., Waterville. An online guestbook may be signed, condolences and memories shared at http://www.gallantfh.com. Due to church limitations of 2 arrangements total, please do not send flowers.