Verna
Comstock, Verna Genevieve, "Jenny" a 44 year resident of Redondo Beach, passed away on Sunday, December 14, 2008 in Torrance. Born in Montrose, IA, Jenny was 96 when she died. Jenny was a member of Cornerstone Christian Fellowship in Manhattan Beach. She is survived by her son, Raymond Comstock Jr. of Redondo Beach and daughter Jennifer Neuroth of Manhattan Beach; grandsons Richard Comstock of Folsom, CA, Robert Comstock of Maui, Hawaii, Randal Comstock of Torrance; granddaughter Lauren Neuroth of Manhattan Beach; great-grandson Tyler Comstock and great-granddaughters Mia and Zoe Comstock. She was preceded in death by her parents, Effie and Fred Cale and her husband Raymond Comstock, Sr. Jenny will always be remembered for her great love of her family and friends. She was a wonderful, loving woman who loved to talk, was very inquisitive and had a great sense of humor. She was a devoted wife and mother and a loyal friend. She loved to read, square dance, play bridge and cards. In her later years she loved sitting on her patio in the sun and enjoyed talking and visiting with family, friends and neighbors. Jenny always had great stories and loved to talk about them. We are all blessed for having known her. She will be greatly missed by those she left behind, but we take comfort in knowing that she has a new home with our Lord. A gathering of family & friends will be held at Rice Mortuary Chapel on Thursday, December 18, 2008 from 4:00 P.M. until 8:00 P.M. The funeral service will be held at Pacific Crest Cemetery Chapel in Redondo Beach on Friday, December 19, 2008 at 11:00 A.M. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Alzheimer's Association.

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  1. Just wanted to let you all know we are thinking about you. We will not be able to attend the service but will be with you in spirit.

  2. Dear Jennifer, Doyle and families, I’m sure you know that Jim & I and our children share your sorrow at the loss of Aunt Jen’s presence in your lives. She and Uncle Ray have always been exceedingly good to me during my lifetime and I am so thankful for having them. I will always remember your Mom’s stories and the colorful way she told them. I have never known a person that could put you right there when it was happening like she could. I know you will find solace knowing she had an abiding faith in God and that he will watch out for her now. Wish we could be with you to celebrate her life. Our love to you all. Carolyn

  3. It is with great affection that we offer our most solemn and sincere symphty to the Comstock family. Gen was one of our closest family friends. She remains one of the nicest and kindest people we have ever known. We will remember her always. Our deepest regards to the family. Steve and Diane Stephens

  4. Dear Jennifer, Doyle and families, Please know our heartfelt sympathies are with you on the passing of Aunt Jen from this life to the next. We’ll be keeping you in our thought and prayers. Love, Roberta Comstock, Karen & Don Haines, Kim & Teri Comstock and families

  5. We are there in our prayers and thoughts. Love Larry & Linda Veva, Jennifer. Brian & Michele & Mitchell & Allison Ron & Ardi and Ryan

  6. I wish we could have seen the celebration home Aunt Jen received when the Lord called her name. I know her devoted husband, Uncle Ray, was waiting anxiously for her arrival. How comforting and wonderful to know they are together again forever. Uncle Ray, and Aunt Jenny, until we meet again, we will miss you so much! Love for Always, your great niece, Pamela Gribas

  7. Our Beloved Red-headed Aunt Jenny.Home at last with the Lord and Uncle Ray. We shall miss her, but memories of her will keep her always fresh in our hearts and minds. My sincere condolances to all the family and friends.My love especially to Jennifer and Doyle. How faithful you were to care for your Mother, thru it all. Love Always, JoAn (Joanie) Cloud Fargerlund

  8. We wish we could be there to help you all through this difficult time. Please know that we love you and wish you the best. Love, Terry and Margaret Stephens

  9. Dear Doyle, Jennifer & families, I wish I had been able to join you all at the service for Jenny. We had the best of times together in our younger days gathering at Ada & Bill’s house most every Sunday. I wanted you to know that I am thinking of you all. Love, Aunt Virginia

  10. My condolences to the family. Jenny was a good friend and shared a lot of good times through St. Paul’s United Methodist Church and played pool with her at North Redondo Senior Center.

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