Jean Donahue Juergens
Our dear Mother, Mother In-Law and Grandmother Jean Juergens went home to our Lord and Savior and was reunited with her loving husband Bill on July 11, 2023. At her home surrounded by her loving family.
Jean was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and raised in Buffalo, New York. She attended Mount St. Mary Academy in Kenmore New York and Graduated from Cornell University in 1952. After college she worked as a Home Services Representative for the Niagara Mohawk Power Company. She married G. William Juergens on August, 24, 1957. She was a homemaker, volunteer and enjoyed playing golf.
She is preceded in death by her Parents Bernard and Elsie Donahue and Husband G. William Juergens. She is survived by her Son William B. Juergens and his wife Candlyn, Grandson William S. Juergens and his wife Ellie, Granddaughter Annie and her Fiancé Joe Rydel and Nieces. Friends Maury and Donna Johnson.
The family wishes to thank the Care Teams at Good Life Senior Living in Hugo, Cerenity Senior Living in White Bear Lake, and HealthPartners Hospice for their excellent care of Jean. Funeral Mass will be at: St. Mary's of the Lake Catholic Church in White Bear Lake on Tuesday, July 18th at 11:00 am. Viewing will be 1-hour before the Funeral Mass
Private Burial at: Fort Snelling National Cemetery Memorials preferred to: Saint Mary of the Lake Catholic Church
As published in the St. Paul Pioneer Press- Sunday 7/16/23
Grandma & Aunt
Jean went home to our Lord and Savior and was reunited with her loving husband Bill on July 11, 2023 at the age of 93 years. Survived by son Bill (Candy); grandson Will (Ellie); granddaughter Annie (Joe Rydel); nieces and friends Maury & Donna Johnson. Mass of Christian Burial Tuesday, July 18th at 11:00 am at ST. MARY OF THE LAKE CATHOLIC CHURCH, 4741 Bald Eagle Avenue, White Bear Lake with visitation one hour before the Mass. Private interment Fort Snelling National Cemetery. The family wishes to thank the Care Teams at Good Life, Hugo; Cerenity, White Bear Lake & HealthPartners Hospice for the excellent care of Jean. Memorials preferred to St. Mary of the lake Church.