Gladys Mae Jeske
January 20, 1946 – October 3, 2020
Gladys Mae Faust-Jeske, 74, was born on January 20, 1946 in Deanville, Texas. She passed away surrounded by her loving family at her home in Bryan, Texas on October 3, 2020.
Gladys was born at her family’s home in Deanville to John and Matilda Faust. Later in life she married Marvin Jeske on November 30, 1963. They settled down in Bryan, Texas where they lived a happy life and raised their two sons.
Gladys was loving, selfless and hard working. She retired from Bryan Independent School District in 1999 after 27 years of dedicated service. Her free time was spent playing dominoes and cards with her family and friends. She was a kind and loving grandmother who showed her love by spoiling and doting on her grandchildren and great grandchildren every chance she could.
Gladys is proceeded in death by her parents John and Matilda Faust; her husband Marvin Jeske; Brother Louis Faust and several brother’s and sister’s in law.
She leaves behind to cherish her memories her two sons; Dale of Bryan, David and wife Jana of Bryan; her three granddaughters, Kala and husband Keith of Bryan, Brandee of College Station and Miranda of Bryan; her great grandchildren Wyatt, Alexis and Dalton. She also leaves behind her sister Mildred of Deanville, brother Larry of Caldwell, brothers Ernest and Stanley of Deanville, several nieces and nephews and her dearly loved friend Ronnie Markowski.
- Dale, Son
- David & Jana, Son & Daughter-in-law
- Kala & Keith, Granddaughter & Spouse
- Brandee, Grandaughter
- Miranda, Granddaughter
- Wyatt, Great-Grandchild
- Alexis, Great-Grandchild
- Dalton, Great-Grandchild
- Larry, Brother
- Ernest, Brother
- Stanley, Brother
- Mildred, Sister
- Ronnie Markowski, Dearly Loved Friend
- John Faust, Father (deceased)
- Matilda Prazak, Mother (deceased)
- Marvin Jeske, Husband (deceased)
- Louis Faust, Brother (deceased)
- Several, Brothers-in-law & Sisters-in-law (deceased)
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Thursday, October 8, 2020
Gladys Mae Jeske
connie Holler McDaniel
October 7, 2020
My dearest Gladys. My heart is broken knowing I just can't drive up the road to go see you or call you. But I know your in a much better place. I wish I would of only known you were sick. I would of been there to help and comfort you. Your like a mother to me. You've been in My life since I was a teenager and you've seen the good and bad in my life. You was there like a grandma for my son. Invited me over to show me the Faust/Jeske way of canning your out of the world pickles. Giving me your family's recipes (The famous Faust Kolache Recipe) that I've enjoyed over the years. You were not just a mother figure but my porch swing soda/ beer drinking and running buddy too. We talked for hours about anything and everything. I had some of the most exciting and best times in my life with you. I'll never forget the times I picked you and Rosey up and we headed to the young crowd bar Rockies. I laughed til I cried especially when they thought we were there TOGETHER as a couple. It wasn't good at that particular time but good to know people could feel the bond we had between us. I will always remember your laugh. That laugh like no other!! Until we meet again by sweet dear friend. REST IN PEACE
October 7, 2020
You had a truly special person join you in your heavenly Kingdom. She truly fulfilled your wishes. She loved and cherished you, her husband, children, grandchildren, great grandchildren, sister, brothers, friends, and anyone that was brought her way. She lived simply and loved completely. Gladys rarely asked for anything but she always gave of herself. She was selfless, loving, honest and kind. She will be so missed by so many, but I know she is with you shining in all of her glory. We grieve because she is gone but not because of where she went. Gladys and Marvin can now look over their family together. God Please take care of our Gladys. RIP sweet lady.