Jessica's Legacy

7/11/1991 - 1/2/2010

     Jessica was full of life, incredibly active and outgoing with a smile that could light more than a room. She loved the outdoors, enjoyed hunting, softball, snowmobiling, and basketball. She was recognized as a leader as well as a mentor, serving as captain of her high school soccer, basketball, and softball teams. Jessica's Freshman year of High school she served as the secretary for her class, sophomore year she was class President, Junior year she served as President of the Student Council as well as in her senior year, also being voted Vice President of her Senior class. Jessica served on the Twin Valley High School Leadership Club and Mentoring Program and worked with the Windham County Big Brother/Big Sister Program. She was also a Big Sister during her first semester at Quinnipiac University in Hamden, CT.

     Jessica's death was a tragedy that struck on January 2nd of 2010 and affected not only her own community, but those surrounding and further. Throughout Jessica's life, her love for children and those around her was an inspiration. When she was not playing sports, she LOVED to dress up and was always willing to share her closet with others....which is where we derived and our mission & name came from.

     Her passion & legacy for helping others lives on through a non-profit organization created by loved ones, wishing to enhance the lives of young women....because every girl deserves to feel like a Princess.