Jeanette McKenna Wiki – Jeanette McKenna Bio
Jeanette McKenna is a Scottish nursing home worker, utterly selfless and fun-loving. She became an internet sensation just a few weeks earlier when a TikTok video showing her and another woman dancing with Percy Mann, a 102-year-old nursing home resident, who was using a walker, went viral. Jeanette worked at Whitecraigs care home, in Thornliebank for ten years. Her colleagues described her as ‘popular’ and ‘selfless’.
Jeanette McKenna Age
She was 53 years old at the time of death.
Jeanette McKenna Death & Cause
The Herald reported that Jeanette was found dead in her home on May 7. A Police Scotland spokesperson told Herald that they responded to an address on George Street around 7.20 pm Thursday after receiving a call from “a member of the public.” Death is inexplicable, but suspicious circumstances are not believed to exist. “Upon arrival, officers found the body of a 53-year-old woman inside the property,” authorities said. “The death is being treated as unexplainable, but it is not believed to be suspicious. It is not yet known if she was infected with COVID-19, but the property of the Barrhead Housing Association where she lived was due to be cleaned this week.
“The situation at this address is absolutely tragic and we would always encourage all our tenants and residents to seek medical help if unwell,” Shirley Robison, chief executive of the association said.
Whitecraigs home spokeswoman told Herald paper that McKenna was “a hugely popular carer, colleague and friend for the past 10 years.”
“She was absolutely selfless and gave love and support to all residents and families within her care, she will be greatly missed by everyone at Whitecraigs. Our heartfelt condolences are with her family, friends and loved ones at this difficult time.”
Shirley Robison, BHA chief executive, said: “We would like to offer our condolences to the family.”
Shocked neighbor James Armstrong, said: “She was lovely, we spoke to each other all the time. It’s sad to lose her.”
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