Jane Marie Schreib

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Jane Marie
Schreib

Schreib, Jane-Marie,

Our brave daughter weathered the storm that is cancer and is now whole and well in the sunshine that is Heaven. Born at 5:44AM on March 2nd, 1969. Born to Eternal Life at 5:44AM August 16th, 2014 at the age of 45 years. Precious daughter of Bernhard and Nancy. Dear sister of John (Connie) Schreib. Aunt of Trevor and Ben Schreib. Niece of Hanna and Albert Nitschke, Virginia Schreib, and Mary Loebig. Great-niece of Gloria Schindhelm and Loretta Moeller. Also survived by many cousins and friends, especially her dear friends Randall Emme and Paul Kuhn. Preceded in death by her grandparents Jerome and Hilda Carroll, Werner and Charlotte Schreib and her much loved uncle John Schreib. A special thank you to cousin Aimee and her 1 year old daughter Robin, cousin Michelle Dellemann, friend Nancy Bleeke, Great-aunt Gloria, and Rev. Keith Johnson for their spiritual support and love. Also thanks to the caring staff at Cameo Care and Hospice.

Visitation will take place on Thursday, August 21st, 2014, at HALES CORNERS LUTHERAN CHURCH, 12300 W. Janesville Rd, from 5PM until the time of memorial service at 7PM.

If so desired, memorials to Martin Luther High School, the Wisconsin Humane Society or to the animal shelter of your choice would be greatly appreciated.

HERITAGE FUNERAL HOMES
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Johnson-Reiss-Klemmer
414-281-5533
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Past Comments

Donna Jennings

I met Jane as her new neighbor in May of 2012. I enjoyed our “over the back fence” chats and her house visits. I was especially pleased to help her celebrate her last birthday as she brought her cake over to share with me. She was very strong and uncomplaining as this terrible disease took over her body. RIP dear Jane. I will miss you!

Fritz Hain

I will miss Jane. She possessed a rare combination of both inner and outer beauty. She was quirky and fun and loving and accepting of everyone. She was kind to me at a time in my life when I wasn’t experiencing a lot of kindness. And I will always remember and be thankful for that. My favorite memory of Jane is a simple one: I sat next to her in the front row of World History class and we spent (perhaps way too much) time laughing together as she flipped her turquoise heels in the air and attempted to catch them on her feet. Thank you to Jane’s Mom & Dad for bringing her into this world and raising her to be a wonderful person; I am so glad that our paths crossed. “For we died and were buried with Christ by baptism. And just as Christ was raised from the dead by the glorious power of the Father, now we also may live new lives.” Romans 6:4. I look forward to seeing Jane in Heaven.

Judy Orne

I met Jane a few years ago in AA. She was a delight to us all at the Friday morning meetings. My friend Margaret and I respected her immensely watching her progress. She often gave many of us hope and inspiration. We called her Jean Marie. She left us way too early but has gone to a better place in God’s loving care. Through her, we are all reminded to be grateful for today and what we have. We will always love you and keep you in our prayers Jean Marie. I attempted to see her a week before her death, but whenever I went to her room or outside, she was gone in another direction. Her energy was boundless. Judy O. and Margaret D.

Aries

One day on this earth, “no resident will say: ‘I am sick.'” (Isaiah 33:24) That simple statement means relief for millions now living AND for those that are now asleep in the grave. Jesus said at John 5:28, 29 that “the hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice and come out.” They, including dear Jane, will awaken to life with the prospect of living forever. (Psalm 37:29; Revelation 21:4) Until that time, no doubt the pain is and will be unbearable for you as the grieving family. May you find comfort in knowing that Creator, Jehovah God, “is not far off from each one of us,” and so invites you to “throw all your anxiety on him, because he cares for you.” (Acts 17:27; 1 Peter 5:7) Take care and please accept my sincerest condolences. (jw.org)

Donna Jennings

I met Jane as her new neighbor in May of 2012. I enjoyed our “over the back fence” chats and her house visits. I was especially pleased to help her celebrate her last birthday as she brought her cake over to share with me. She was very strong and uncomplaining as this terrible disease took over her body. RIP dear Jane. I will miss you!

Aimee Dellemann

I love you Jane. We are listening to Bob Dylan and thinking about you. Wish you were here.

Aimee, Mike and Robin

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