Jeanne Gertrude Adams

Arlington Heights, Illinois

Jan 26, 1923 – Jul 5, 2019 (Age 96)


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ARLINGTON HEIGHTS — Jeanne Gertrude Adams, 96, formerly of Des Plaines, died Friday, July 5, 2019, at Concordia Village in Springfield. She was born Jan. 26, 1923, in Chicago to the late Peter and Adeline (nee Snyder) Karlis. In 1943, Jeanne was sent by the Bell Telephone Co. to California, where...

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Jeanne, you were a favorite of my father and loved by our entire family.

Our family is saddened by the passing of our friend Jean. Jean and our mother Shirley became friends at Concordia Village in Springfield. Jean was such a good friend to mom and both had so much in common...quite a comfort at that stage of life. I will miss seeing Jean sitting at the dinning room table visiting with mother while eating her favorite tomato salad. Jean was always good to look after mom and give a helping hand when needed. Thoughts and prayers to your family as I know she...

Great aunt Jeanne,
I love you so much, you were always cheerful and loving. You were always there when someone needed you. I wish I had got to spend more time with you and talked to you more. I miss you so much. Rest In Peace, I will always love you ❤

I was privileged to work with Jeanne as the school nurse at Dempster; my office was just down the hall from her so we saw one another every day I was there. She was a wonderful, fun loving friend to all who worked there and the students who attended school there. When Dempster closed its doors, Jeanne decided she would retire after all the years spent in District 59. The Daily Herald printed a wonderful article about her years of service in the district and there was a beautiful picture...

Aunt Jeanne I love you so much. Thank u for making me laugh and smile every time I see u. You will be missed I love you-Maddie

Honest. Caring. Funny. Will never forget the Saturday lunches. I am so very thankful for you. RIP Aunt Jeanne. You will always hold a special place in my heart.