September 16, 1919 – January 29, 2019
Kathleen Jaeckel, passed January 29, 2019 at 2311 Westport Ave, Keepsake Kottage, Wichita, Kansas. She was 99 years young and originally from Lincoln, Nebraska. She is preceded by her parents, Albert and Edith Remmenga, of Hickman, Nebraska; two brothers, Otto (Lucy) Remmenga and Andrew (Ethel) Remmenga; husband, Harold; sons, H Dale, James, and Jerry. She is survived by son, Allen (Debrah) Jaeckel, of Garden Plain, Kansas, and their three daughters, Shawndra (Robert) Montgomery, of Cheney, Kansas, Krista (Douglas) Hall, and Dayna Jaeckel, of Goddard, Kansas; daughter-in-law, Paula Jaeckel-Stine, and her sons, Ross Jaeckel, of Wichita, Kansas, Jeremey (Theresa) Jaeckel also of Wichita, Kansas; grandchildren of James, Matthew and Robin Jaeckel, of Omaha, Nebraska, Anthony Babbitt, of Idaho, John (Misty) Jaeckel, of Omaha, Nebraska, Jamie Babbitt, of Chubbuck, Idaho, and James and Echo Alexzander, of Portland, Oregon; 14 great grandchildren and 1 great-great grandchild, plus friends and relatives throughout the United States and Europe. She led a grand life as a wife, farmer, Restaurant owner operator, Nurse Technician at Lincoln General Hospital, and was a member of the First Plymouth Church in Lincoln, Nebraska. She will be laid to rest at Lincoln Memorial Cemetery in Lincoln, Nebraska.
- Allen (Debrah) Jaeckel, Son
- Shawndra (Robert) Montgomery, Grandchild
- Krista (Douglas) Hall, Grandchild
- Dayna Jaeckel, Grandchild
- Paula Jaeckel-Stine, Daughter-in-law
- Ross Jaeckel, Grandchild
- Jeremey (Theresa) Jaeckel, Grandchild
- James Jaeckel, Grandchild
- Matthew Jaeckel, Grandchild
- Robin Jaeckel, Grandchild
- John (Misty) Jaeckel, Grandchild
- Anthony Babbitt, Grandchild
- Jamie Babbitt, Grandchild
- James (Echo) Alexzander, Grandchild
- Harold Jaeckel, Husband
- H Dale Jaeckel, Son
- Jerry Jaeckel, Son
- Albert Remmenga, Father
- Edith Remmenga, Mother
- Otto (Lucy) Remmenga, Brother
- Andrew (Ethel) Remmenga, Brother
- Kathleen also leaves behind 14 great-grandchildren and 1 great-great-grandchildren to cherish her memory.
- Memorial Gathering Saturday, February 9, 2019
February 7, 2019
Allen and Debrah,
Our sincere condolences and prayers are sent your way in the loss of Allen's mom. Mothers leave such a hole in one's life when they pass especially when you've had the privilege of having them as a personal part of your and your children's adult lives for so many years. We remember that you talked so passionately about her when you were in WI for the family reunion in 1917. Not having met her, we know she had to have been a warm, caring and considerate person as one's children are mirrors of their parents. Here's hoping the many beautiful memories of happier times will allow you to smile and thank God for choosing her to be your mother and mother-in-law. Wishing we were closer to be of support, please know we care.
Al and Marcia Lechleitner, Eau Claire, Wisconsin
February 7, 2019
I had the privilege of knowing Kathy only in her later years. She was tough and soft at the same time! I will miss her.
February 4, 2019
I worked with Kathy at Lincoln General Hospital in Labor and Delivery for many years. She was a gentle woman who was most helpful in her supportive role. After retirement she would have coffee with a group of the "old" LGH nurses. We missed her after the move to be near her family but understood the need for that. We were blessed to have known her. Brenda Franklin RN