Jennifer Margaret Manfini (Ostertag), 58, of Parry Sound, passed away suddenly on February 19th, 2024.

Jenny's love of adventure down any old dirt road in her beloved Jeep, accompanied by any of her loved ones made her life full, and happy. She took every opportunity to give her grandchildren the experiences she loved most from her childhood, as well as forming an irreplaceable bond over new interests and adventures.

Jenny was predeceased by Joan Ostertag (Mother), William Ostertag (Father), William Ostertag Jr. (Brother), Kelly Ostertag (Brother). She is survived by Brent Wiersma (Spouse), her son Brooks Manfini (Melissa), her daughter Shelby Wallbank (Brayden), step son Jeff Wiersma, step daughter Danielle Wiersma, her beloved grandchildren Easton (16), Evan (13), Kaedyn (13), Karson (11), Riley (7), Liam (2).

Jenny passed with a heart full of love from her brothers Terry, Ken (Barb), Rick (Margaret), Martin (Yolanda), Sister Holly (Jack), Aunt and Uncle Wayne and Marion Quinn, as well as many wonderful nieces and nephews.

A Celebration of Life will be held at a later date, yet to be determined. In lieu of flowers the family requests donations to be made to the West Parry Sound Health Centre Foundation in memory of Jenny.


So very sorry to read this, I remember Jenny when she was growing up in Nobel. My condolences to the Ostertag family and to Jenny's husband and children and grandchildren.

-Karen (Dixon) Armstrong

My condolences go out to all of the Ostertag family and the kids and grandkids of Jenny 😭

-Paul Manfini

We had fun as kids when you stayed in Sudbury. R.I.P

-Cindy Lawson

I’m so sorry for your loss! I have so many great memories with Jenny that I will never forget!! May she rest in peace!!

-April Sabourin

I am so sorry. Sending condolences to the family. She was a good friend, and helped me through my heart surgery. I will never forget her.

-Sue Maher

My sincerest condolences to the family

-Richard Taylor

Oh my condolences for your family and you. I am so very sorry I am not able to be there for you.

-Mary-Lou Watkins

Jenny watched my brother Tyler and I after school when we lived in St. George her daughter and I became friends and her son Brooks played hockey with Tyler. I’ll never forget she made the best English muffins with butter and after school snack lol she was always a good time and loved her family so much! I am so sorry for your immense loss, sending our deepest condolences ❤️

-Brittney Higgins (Klinck)