She later went on to attend St Mary’s secondary school in Kuala Lumpur.
Endon met Abdullah while she was working at the Federal Establishment Office (now the Public Service Department) in the 1960s and they were married in 1965. Together with Abdullah, Endon had two children: son Datuk Kamaluddin Abdullah, a business tycoon (married to Azrene) and a daughter, Nori Abdullah (married to Khairy Jamaluddin). Endon is noted for her contributions to traditional fabric art such as the batik and songket.
It is 4 miles southwest of Leek and 6 miles north-northeast of Stoke-on-Trent.
The village is one of only a few outside Derbyshire which practises the ancient...
Jeanne was formerly married to the younger brother of Abdullah's first late wife.
She was also a manager at the Seri Perdana residential complex and has two children from her previous marriage.
Endon Mahmoud was conferred the Tun Fatimah Award by the National Council of Women's Organisations on 24 August 2004 for her service to the community.