Person:Jennie Frankel (1)

Jennie Louise Frankel
  1. Jennie Louise Frankel1949 - 2008
  • H.  Warren Imus (add)
  • WJennie Louise Frankel1949 - 2008
Facts and Events
Name Jennie Louise Frankel
Gender Female
Birth[1] 7 Aug 1949 Chicago, Cook, Illinois, United States
Education? 1968 Chicago, Cook, Illinois, United StatesRoosevelt University
Education? 1971 Hawaii, United StatesUniversity Hawaii
Education? 1976 Golden West Law School
Occupation[2][4] 1996-2003 author "You'll never make love in this town again"; "The Doctor dance : confessions of a Beverly Hills doctor's wife"; "Two On a Cloud"
Death[1][4] 22 Jul 2008 Sedona, Coconino, Arizona, United StatesPrimary Peritoneal Carcinoma
Occupation[2] 2013 songwriter "Room enough for two : a one-woman show"; music by Jennie Frankel
Burial[1] Sedona Community Cemetery, Sedona, Coconino, Arizona, United States

Jennie was the identical twin sister of Terrie Maxine Frankel Sipos.

Image Gallery
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Jennie Louise Frankel Imus, in Find A Grave.
  2. 2.0 2.1 OCLC WorldCat.
  3.   Sedona Red Rock News, 13 Aug 2014.
    Women awarded for military duty

    Jennie and Terrie Frankel worked with the United Serviceman’s Organization.

  4. 4.0 4.1 Youtube,, 22 Nov 2016.

    Description on video: This video is about Two On A Cloud, a demo song written in the mid-1980's. Music is written by Archie Jordan (What a Difference You've Made In My Life). Lyrics by Jennie Frankel who also sings. I made this video to honor my identical twin sister Jennie who passed away from a rare form of cancer, primary peritoneal carcinoma, in 2008. I discovered this precious recording in my garage - and rushed to my Final Cut Pro X editing system, where I filled it with photos from her remarkable life. Jennie was an amazing talent, remarkable person and treasured friend. I miss her and love her beyond expression.