Good-bye, Jenna Morrison

November 9, 2011

It’s likely that Tony had spoken to Jenna from time to time. And he would have been shocked to know she’s gone. That she was mother to a five-year old and was expecting another child would have particularly upset him. Rest in peace, Jenna Morrison.

Over the years, Tony faced danger near the Sterling-Dundas intersection where Jenna died. Here’s two instances:

http://homelessmanspeaks.com/2007/06/12/the-good-samaritan
http://homelessmanspeaks.com/2009/06/25/that-road-not-taken

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2 Responses to “Good-bye, Jenna Morrison”

  1. Rain Says:

    Yes, she was one of my Yoga teachers. I was very sad to hear of this, too. :(

  2. fran freeman Says:

    I didn’t know Jenna, but she could’ve been any one of a number of bike-riding women friends of mine with young children. Tragic and frightening. Thank you Philip for keeping this blog going, continuing to link Tony’s story with those of others in this community and reminding us that we need to watch out for each other.


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