Jeannie Marhefke
December 22, 1957 - May 3, 2020
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Jeannie M. Marhefke or “Jeannie Beanie” as her father called her, age 62, passed away on Sunday, May 3, 2020. She was born on December 22, 1957, daughter of the late Bernard and Theresa (Rieschl) Marhefke. After Jeannie completed her schooling, she worked for over 30 years at Lakeside Packaging. Jean loved working at Lakeside…

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Anne left a message on May 15, 2020:
Bill, we are so sad to hear about Jeannie. She was very sweet and you were wonderful with her. She was lucky to have such a caring brother. May God help you and all your family thru this difficult time.
Becky Bartow left a message on May 15, 2020:
Jeannie was very loving but also very giving! She would give you anything you asked for… If you asked her for her Minnie Mouse jacket she was wearing…. She would take it off and give it to you. It didn’t matter how much she loved it… And she did love Disney Characters more than anyone I knew! She was a giver and did this… BECAUSE SHE LOVED YOU MORE THAN THAT JACKET! Every Christmas Jeannie would ask what you wanted for Christmas. She said she had a lot of money and could get you anything. Well we all knew she didn’t have much. But she always asked. So one Christmas she asked Byran, what he wanted for Christmas, like she always did. She would have this huge smile on her face, put her arm around him, giggle and say, “What do you want for Christmas Byran?” Byran would say. “ALL YOUR MONEY!!” This teasing happened year after year! Well, finally one year, Jeannie had a surprise for Byran. Christmas came and she asked him again what he wanted. And he asked for all her money… AGAIN!! So, on Christmas day, she handed over this large paper bag. It looked like a brown bag of apples. When Byran opened it, he laughed… the bag was filled with pennies, nickels, and dimes… Jeannie had been saving this for “WHO KNOWS HOW LONG!” It was the greatest gift of all! Because we have learned from Jeannie about love and life! Jeannie, you have taught us so many things about life and love, Thank you! Love you Jeannie. You are always in our hearts!
Deborah and Elizabeth Redanz left a message on May 14, 2020:
Your light will always shine Jeannie! In Heaven as it did here on earth! We love you no matter where you are! Those who have faith in Jesus will have eternal life.
Lee Jones left a message on May 12, 2020:
Sweet Becky. My heart goes out to you, your family, and Jeannie’s many friends. I am no stranger to the loss of beloved family members...it took quite a while after their passing, but I finally realized it had been a wonderful blessing for me to have had them with me as long as I did. Thus seeing the glass as half full instead of half empty...may you and yours find a calm and loving way to heal your loss of your Jeannie ❤️
Lee Jones left a message on May 12, 2020:
Sweet Becky. My heart goes out to you and your family. I am no stranger to grief and loss of loved family members. Aft
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Lori and Bob Haselman left a message on May 8, 2020:
Bob, Our condolences to you and your family. We are deeply sorry for your loss. Lori and Bob and entire Everest Group
Sara Durkee (Marhefke) left a message on May 7, 2020:
Jeannie had a way of capturing everyone’s heart you had to love her and that smile of hers I will never forget it. Heaven is lucky to be getting such a sweet soul as her. I really enjoyed the times that I worked at the Oshkosh shop and we would see each other for the Christmas party she would be excited to see me but also because her birthday was coming. She always asked about the rest of my family to wanting to know of any new baby’s or any new weddings anything that was going to be a get together were she would get to see everyone. I light this candle today in loss of a shining light! Rest In Peace my sweet Cousin Jeannie!
Mary K. Toppins left a message on May 7, 2020:
God bless you Jeannie! You were a bright spot in everyone’s life and now you and all your loved ones in Heaven can keep an out for your family and friends still here. Give us a little sign from time to time that you’re right beside us still.
Bob Marhefke left a message on May 6, 2020:
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