“I wanted to drop you a note to thank you for your kindness, caring, and professionalism dealing with the death of my grandmother, C. S. From the moment you arrived to pick up Gram all the way through to us leaving the cemetery, I was so touched by everyone there. You did a beautiful job and I know Gram would have been pleased. Thank you again and bless you for all you do.”
— E. C.
Jane H. Kiedaisch
April 19, 1928 - January 12, 2013
Jane Havens Kiedaisch, age 84, was born in Logan , Iowa on April 19, 1928. She passed away peacefully on Saturday, January 12, 2013 at the Joliet Area Community Hospice Home.
Jane is survived by her loving children, Gary (Donna) Theimer of Alamosa, CO, Tom (Lana) Theimer of Berkeley, CA and Craig (Donna) Theimer of Shorewood, IL; her step-children, Tom (Sandy) Kadash, Ken (Judy) Kadash, Karen Kiedaisch and Terri Monday; her seventeen grandchildren, Lisa Brown, Kristy Kadash, Scott, Erin and Kelly Sims, Chris (Cyndi Wyrick) and Dana Monday, April Lynch, Shannon Edwards, Kelly ( Dan) Deering, Alex, Aric and Alyssa Theimer, Jacob Sorling, Jason Meyerholz, Leo and Felix Ronin; her ten great-grandchildren, John and Kya Deering, Dalton and Lawson Brown, Stacia White, Taya, and Logan Edwards, Hannah and Warren Monday, and Ethan Glass.
She was preceded in death by her first husband, John J. Theimer and her second husband, Warren Kiedaisch.
Born April 19, 1928 in Logan, IA she was the daughter of Roy E. Havens and Ola Belle Bowles. On September 5, 1948 she married John Junior Theimer in Logan, IA. He passed away in January in 1974. She met a wonderful man, Warren Kiedaisch, and was married on April 16, 1988 in Plainfield, IL. Warren passed away in November, 2004.
Visitation will be at Overman Jones funeral home in Plainfield, IL on Friday, January 18, from 4pm to 8pm. Memorial service will take place on Saturday, January 19, from 9am to 11am at the Plainfield Congregational Church on Rt. 59 in Plainfield, IL. A luncheon for all family and friends will follow. Private family burial at Mt. Auburn Cemetery in Stickney, IL.
The family suggests floral expressions of sympathy or memorial contributions to the Plainfield Congregational Church or Joliet Hospice Home. All expressions of sympathy are welcome.