Roberta Jean CASE
1951 - 2020
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CASE, Roberta Jean Roberta Jean Case, 68, passed away from breast cancer on February 28, 2020 in Rathdrum, Idaho. She was born April 23, 1951 in Spokane, Washington to Andrew Kenneth Eickmeyer and Bessie Ellen (Cline) Eickmeyer. Jean graduated from Deer Park High School in 1969. She earned a Bachelor's degree in Home Economics at Washington State University and taught at Mary Walker High School in Springdale, Washington. Jean worked for the United States Postal Service, most recently as a Rural Carrier in Rathdrum. In 1977, Jean married George Case in Deer Park, Washington. In the next few years, they welcomed two daughters, Rebecca and Rachelle. She was a devoted mother and enjoyed spending time with her family. For more than 20 years, the Cases participated in Bloomsday as a family. George and Jean became interested in geocaching in their later years. Jean is preceded in death by her husband of 39 years, her parents and sister, Edith. Survivors include her two daughters; son-in-law Bryan; two grandsons, Levi and Isaac; and her brother Lee. Funeral services will be held at the United Methodist Church in Deer Park, WA on Saturday, March 14 at 11:00 a.m. followed by burial at Wild Rose Cemetery. To view and sign Jean's online guestbook, please visit

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Published in Spokesman-Review on Mar. 8, 2020.
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March 13, 2020
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It's so hard to believe that Jean and George are gone. I have so many wonderful memories. I loved playing board and card games, especially when the girls were little. Some of my favorite times were when Jean and I would just sit and work on a puzzle together. Please know we send our love. Tisa
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