Jayne Marie Blameuser

March 23, 1953 - December 9, 2020

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Jayne Marie Blameuser, age 67, of Morton Grove, died December 9, 2020 at Presence St. Francis Hospital, Evanston, IL. Beloved mother of Ginny Blameuser; cherished great-grandmother Jorge Matias;  dearest, long-time friend of Martin Devaney; fond sister of Barbara Marsala; dear aunt of Gail, Cathy, Mary Kay, Marlene, Cindy and many great-nieces and great-nephews.  Funeral servicesContinue Reading

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Gail Marsala left a message on December 5, 2021:
My dearest Auntie Jayne. Here it is nearly a year to the date of your passing. You must be close in spirit, because you are often on my mind. Your departure from this earth left a hole in the lives of so many who miss you so much, and who wish that they could sit and visit with you just one more time. Save a place for me next to you in Heaven because, if and when I ever get there, I'll be stopping by for that last visit that we never got to share. I love you always. Your niece, Gail
Chris Malcher left a message on December 27, 2020:
I am sorry for the loss of your mom, sister, and family. I saw Jayne during her younger days. Her mom, Bea Blameuser, used to play cards with a group my mother belonged to. I remembered that the family used to live on the east side of Crawford while I live on west side in Skokie. My mother passed away 4 years ago. I am saying prayers for Jayne and your family.
Eileen Oakes Fenner left a message on December 21, 2020:
I am sad to hear of Jayne’s passing. I remember when she was born. I always loved my Aunt Bea. Love to all XO, cousin Eileen
Mary Kay Hudspeth left a message on December 17, 2020:
My Dearest Auntie Jayne, My heart shattered when I learned of your passing away on Wednesday evening of December 9th. Your heart stopped at the St Francis hospital. No one was there to say good bye telling you that we love you. The hospital is strictly prohibited to any family member to stay due to covid19. How hard that must be when we wanted to reach out to you, telling you how much we loved you and give you a big hug before your last breathe. Thats the hardest part because you meant that much to the Blameuser and Marsala family members. I'll treasured all our fun times together during the summer vacations. We did so much covered for a week of fun such as swimming at the lake. Carnival, go see a movies. Shopping, eating out to pizza and winning the Bingo, etc. We played pokers, sharing funny stories and laughed so hard. Oh it was so much fun! Every night before I go to bed, you always say "Good night" with a big hug and kiss with a smile and winked saying "I love you" a many time.Now, when I see the stars, I will tell you a million of times "I love you back to the stars wherever you are". You are my shining star. I love you and have you forever in my soft spot heart. I thanked God for you in my life. I love you and all of My Shining Stars: Auntie Jayne, Auntie Annie and Gramma Bee. I'll be looking forward to seeing y'all in heavens when it's my turn to leave earth. From my heart to yours forever. Xoxox Mary Kay
Barbara R Clubine left a message on December 16, 2020:
May she Rest in Peace. May comfort come to her family. So sorry for your loss. Barbara and Dale
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Amanda Marsala left a message on December 16, 2020:
Will be miss and always loved
Gail Marsala left a message on December 16, 2020:
In memory of Jayne Marie Blameuser, Gail Marsala lit a candle
Haben Funeral Home & Crematory left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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