Jennifer Lynn New, 68, passed away on February 19, 2023, in Naples, Florida while on vacation.
Jenny was born on August 11, 1954, in Cincinnati, OH to Donald Bailey and Betty Bailey.
Our beloved wife, mother, sister, and best friend graduated from North Central High School in 1972 and went on to earn a Bachelor's Degree from the School of Business at Indiana University in 1976.
Jenny spent over 30 years as an IT professional managing Network Services and as an IT project manager with Standard Management and Guggenheim Partners. Her key accomplishments included investment software development for an international company and the creation of a document generation system for new business products. Jenny earned PMP certification from the Project Management institution and was proficient in workflow design, data warehouse management, and document generation as well as agile methodologies.
Jenny married Steve New, in 1977 at Northminster Presbyterian Church on a beautiful sunny day. The loving couple had 1 child, Megan Ullrich, who recently married Stafford Ullrich which was one of Jenny's proudest moments.
Jenny was best known for her positivity, great sense of humor, beautiful smile, and electric energy. She loved reading, playing cards, traveling with her husband, and looked forward to having grandkids.
Jenny is survived by her loving husband of 45 years, Steve New, and her daughter Megan Ullrich (Stafford). She is also survived by her siblings, Deborah Paulin (Kent), David Bailey (Carol), and Barbara Dorsett (Mike), and has reunited with her parents Betty and Donald Bailey.
The visitation for Mrs. Jenny New will be held on Tuesday, February 28th from 11am to 1pm and followed by a 1pm service at Indiana Funeral Care, Harry W. Moore Chapel (8151 Allisionville Rd, Indianapolis, IN 46250).
A graveside service will be held at Oaklawn Memorial Gardens following the service (9700 Allisonville Rd, Indianapolis, IN 46250).
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the American Heart Association.
"What we have once enjoyed deeply we can never lose. All that we love deeply becomes a part of us." - Helen Keller