Jeanne Bice Quacker Factory
June 12, 2011 by Post Team
Jeanne Bice Quacker Factory, Queen sweater and tele Dean Jeanne Bice died Friday at age 71. Bice was known for her Quacker Factory clothing line that QVC sold in their program the same name, usually while wearing her headband brand. There was an article of clothing in the world could not fix with a cascade of sequins, beads, fabric Christmas trees and cartoon ducks. His personality was often as colorful as their products, which led to her often appears in E! ‘S the soup.
QVC posted a eulogy on her website that says, in part, “Jeanne chose to love. She loved what she did – creating Quacker Factory clothing with ‘sparkle and shine. The clothes that made people happy. He loved to QVC. Everything about it. She loved the people: the executives who ran, and the production people who worked so hard to make every perfect show. She loved the famous stars that appeared there, and had to pinch when others considered it one. ”
Most of you know as a generous host Jeanne Bice’s Quacker Factory QVC. Even more than you know it as the constant target of Joel McHale jokes in the soup, because of the rarity of the Quacker Factory. But all jokes aside, is the sadness that I report that John has died of unreported causes. She was 71.
The website of the Quacker Factory:
Jeanne Bice loved life. From her childhood in Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, caring for her baby brother Dick, throughout their years of marriage with her Butch worship in Ripon, Wisconsin, bringing her beloved and Tim Lee, Jeanne was surrounded by love. Everyone loved to be home of Juana. That’s where the game was “every day.
Life was perfect, until the day that Butch died suddenly and left with her two children, and decisions to make.
As he later wrote about it, she stopped by her bra straps and began again. Again and again. She discovered he was not happy in a lot in life. ‘Happy comes from the choices we make and the way we think about the journey of life. ”
Jeanne chose to love. She loved what I did creating clothes Quacker Factory with ‘sparkle and shine. The clothes that made people happy. In the first rubber duck, Juana wrote the angels on:
“Sometimes we feel that we are all alone, as life brings us to overcome challenges and difficulties to carry. But when we least expect it, the aid may appear. It can be a kind word from a stranger or a phone call at the time fair, and suddenly we are surrounded by the loving grace of God. Miracles happen every day because angels are everywhere. ”
Today, June 10, 2011, Jeanne joined the Angels to do miracles forever. God bless Jeanne Bice. May he rest in peace? “
Please feel free to send if you have any questions regarding this post , you can contact on
Disclaimer: The views expressed on this site are that of the authors and not necessarily that of U.S.S.POST.