Jeannette Mary (Baruzzini) Eloian

June 4, 1937 ~ January 6, 2024 (age 86) 86 Years Old

Jeannette Eloian Obituary

Beloved wife of the late Hagop (Jacob) Eloian.

Cherished mother of Yasmin Eloian & Edward Eloian.

Loving grandmother of Dominica (Michael), Martinique (Isac), Mary (Miguel) and Jacob (Laneatta).  Great grandmother to Reuben, Aiyana, Jack, Marianna, Christian, Ashton, Xavier, Selena, Jacobi, Levi, and Miles.

Jeannette was preceded in death by her dear parents Lorenzo and Guglielmina Baruzzini.

Dear sister to the late Enzo & Judith Baruzzini.

Adored Auntie to Jeannine (John), Michelle (Andy), Larry (Michelle) and Val.  Sweetest Great Auntie to Rachael (Matt), Stephanie, Dane (Samantha), Trevor, Laryssa (Marcello), William, Brooke and Michael.  Great-Great Auntie to Vincent.

Darling cousin and family matriarch to the Baruzzini and the Liva families.  Darling cousin to the Cristiano family, the Reeves & Kanasty family, the Boodoian family, the Oknaian family, the Rauf family, the Sirounian family, the Papazian family, the Kasper family.

Treasured lady to caregivers Janet, Samantha, and Jasmine.

Loyal friend and loved by many.

Jeannette was an incredibly talented and creative person who loved the arts, including her gifted and artistic work as a cosmetologist for over 60 years. She was known for her loving and caring nature towards all. Her home, the Eloian house, was always open to friends and family, welcoming them with a hot meal, delicious dessert, fabulous drink, and a comfortable place to stay. Jeannette was an exceptional cook, and her true passion was baking. Every baked good she made was infused with love in every bite. She cherished her family and friends and had a treasure trove of stories and memories to share with all.

Long time member of the Venetian Women’s Club, the Daughters of Vartan, and the Educational Society of Hardif.  She enjoyed giving back to her community by volunteering at St. John’s Armenian Church with their Women’s Guild.

She will be remembered for so many things, including her capacity to love unconditionally, her amazing style, her sparkly personality and carrying on her husband's legendary phrase, "Hello Gorgeous!"

If you were ever unsure of where you stood with Jeannette, with a warm smile, she would let you know "You're always welcome here, sweetie."

It was Jeannette's wish that any memorial tributes be made in the form of charitable donations to one of the following charities:

Shriner's Children's Hospital

Friends of the Dearborn Symphony

Detroit Institute of Arts

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