Obituary of Jeanne Lou Kubicka
Jeanne Lou Kubicka, age 74 of St. Paul Park, MN, was born to eternal life on Sunday, January 15th 2023, surrounded by family and friends. Jeanne was born to John and LaVonne Kubicka on September 19th, 1948. Her parents and brother, John, preceded her in death.
Jeanne grew up with her family at the family homestead in New Port, MN. She was the oldest of two, John, her brother, being born two years later. She was baptized and confirmed at New Port United Methodist Church.
She attended Oltman Elementary School and graduated from Park High School in 1969. She worked a variety of secretarial jobs. Her most memorable were with Farm Credit Services and 3M. Working in the departments for adhesives and later traffic and safety systems at 3M.
She was a passionate supporter of the republican party and loved watching Fox News. In addition, she thoroughly enjoyed watching Gun Smoke. She was an independent woman, who took great pride in building, purchasing and maintaining her own home. Some of her fondest memories were her times spent with friends at various parties and growing up with the Plessel kids.
She loved animals, including but not limited to, her most beloved pet cat, named Tia. In fact, Tia will join her in burial at the time of internment. Additionally, she received, rehomed and loved a miniature poodle named Asti, who is still living and wintering in Florida with her niece’s in-laws.
Retiring early due to an illness her brother John developed, she devoted herself to his care during a bone marrow transplant in Seattle, Washington, and continued to offer support in his last days before his death.
Jeanne Kubicka is survived by her niece, JaNae (Adam) Westrich; two grandnieces, Verity and Felicity; one grandnephew, Seth; her sister-in-law, Lona Ray; and the Plessel family. She is preceded in death by her parents, John and LaVonne Kubicka, and her brother, John Kubicka.
A viewing will begin at 10:30am and conclude at 11:00am on Friday, January 20th at the Sandberg Funeral Home. A prayer service and committal will follow at the Lake View Cemetery.