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(nee Probeck) beloved wife of the late Richard A. Wiant, mother, grandmother, community volunteer and ardent supporter of music, died on October 16. She was 89 years old. She is survived by her children; Carolyn; James (Sharon); Marianne Shearer (John); Allen (Lisa) and her cherished...

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I am late to hearing of your mom's passing. I grew up next door to your family on Fernway. I spent so many hours at your house, playing with you all. Your mom would always show up with homemade cookies for us! So many wonderful memories of you all!
Sending much love & condolences from all of us Ackermans,
Barb Ackerman

So many wonderful memories come to mine when I think of those gentler and kinder years the Dornbirer's spent with the Wiant's. Jean was my mother's dearest friend from childhood and even in the years after my mother's stroke, Jean came to visit us in Rochester and gave me such wonderful advise as my mother's caregiver. Jean will be missed but always admired for her strength, kindness, generosity and the loving way she touched our lives. My deepest sympathy, Gail Dornbirer Farrell

My thoughts and prayers are with her family. Jean and my mother Ann were classmates and friends since their days at Laurel. She was a woman who would help - no questions asked. She will be missed.

Our thoughts and prayers are with you in your time of grief. May your memories bring you comfort.

Dt. Wiant was my doctor for many years; his mother my mother's close friend. I knew them both well. Jean had a wonderful spirit about her - a loving, caring person. In years past I would see he once in a while in the former Dinks in Chagrin. She will be missed by all who knew her. In loving sympathy. Ann (Schatzie) Fitzpatrick

Both Jean and Dr. want were treasured friends of my parents (Jean and Jack Sinclair) and frequent participants in my growing up. I will always remember their humor and many, many kindnesses.