Memorial account created for Petoskey woman
Jamie Lynn Jamison (COURTESY PHOTO)
The account is to benefit Jamison's daughter, Lola Walker, and Devon Wheeler, a boy for whom Jamison and Lola's father, Johnnie Walker, were guardians.
"We've had quite a few people come in today to donate so it's been pretty great," Justin Cherwinski, personal banker at Fifth Third Bank, said Tuesday, Nov. 1.
Cherwinski said the account was opened Monday, Oct. 31.
Jamison's body was found late Friday night submerged in a creek on Arlington Avenue, west of Winter Park Lane, after she was reported missing to the Petoskey Department of Public Safety, according to a public safety department news release. She was last seen leaving Mitchell Street Pub late Thursday night or early Friday morning and was apparently on her way home, said Petoskey Department of Public Safety director John Calabrese.
An autopsy was scheduled for Saturday and as of today, Wednesday, police were still awaiting a written autopsy report. The cause of death has not yet been released.
Donations to the memorial account can be made in person at any Fifth Third Bank branch or mailed to Fifth Third Bank, 300 E. Mitchell St., in Petoskey, attention: Justin Cherwinski.
Checks should be made out to "For the benefit of Devon Wheeler and Lola Walker," Cherwinski said.