Jeanne Chelikowsky

Born in Manhattan, KS
Born on Oct 7, 1939
Departed on Sep 12, 2022

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I met your folks when they were neighbors of my folks on Wyndham Dr. They brought over treats often. Your dad was kind to send postcards to them when on RAGBRAI (as my mom requested). They both were simply the best neighbors and a wonderful, caring couple. So very sorry to read Jeanne passed away. She and your father were true angels.

I meant “So” nice, etc., in my previous note!

To the family, Mary Jane and I join in celebrating the life of Jeanne, What a beautiful soul. Mary Jane was part of her bridge club. We had many social outings together. She was always interested in other people, and willing shared her awareness of who she was and how she could help. As you remember her, be thankful that she was in your lives. While you will miss her, know she lives on beyond our sight. God bless you all at this time. Mary Jane and Bill Jacobson Neighbors and friends.

Mrs. Chelikowsky was a wonderful woman! No nice and laughed easily. I was privileged to have had her as a patient (her late husband as well) for many years, although I hadn’t seen her in some time. So I was saddened to read of her death. Please accept my deepest sympathy. Dr. John Wollner

Your family lived across the street from us on Terrace Hill Drive. I remember two cute little girls, Marie and Laura. The brother must have come along after I left home. I also remember the day your dad brought home a window air conditioner and needed your mom’s help to install it. We could hear her giggling the whole time as she tried her best to hoist it up to the window. She was always cheerful even when straining to help. My condolences for your loss.

I got to know your mom when we were both American Red Cross volunteers. She was always so friendly and kind to everyone, whether it be staff, other volunteers or clients. I always enjoyed volunteering with her.