Guestbook for Delores MaryAnn Jacobson
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You will be missed Delores. It was a true pleasure to get to know you over the years. God Bless and Peace Be With You.
From Joy Fielding

2:24 pm - 10/02/17


Rarely have I experienced the loss of a loved one where I was so comforted by the thought of how happy Aunt Dee is being reunited with the love of her life, Uncle Bud. I'm very grateful that she was able to live independently, in her own home for so many years. This was made possible by the daily support of the kindest of neighbors and caring friends; Terry & Joan. Aunt Dee and I were pen pals for about 30 years! In the past year writing became too difficult for her; and I missed her letters. Rest In Peace Aunt Dee
From Bobbi Jean Tanberg

5:05 pm - 09/30/17


Delores and Bud were precious members of while my husband was pastor there. Pastor Jim visited them weekly and often brought me along as parish nurse to check up on them physically. I also accompanied them to Bud's doctor visits, to help "interpret" the medical guidance they were given. After Pastor Jim retired to Door County, Delores and Jim became "pen pals" for many years. When we came to La Crosse for visits, her's was one of the stops we made. After Jim died, I continued to visit in Jim's place. She was so well cared for by her "girls." Joan and Terry were Dee's blessing. Thank you.
From Susan Pfannenstiel

6:17 pm - 09/26/17


Aunt Dee was a kind, gentle woman. She and my Uncle Bud were devoted to one another. She loved taking care of people and feeding them. When we moved to New Mexico we kept in touch through letters and phone calls, until she couldn't write or read very well. I will miss her gentle spirit. Have many fond memories of picnics at the "40 acres."
From Dorothy Baca

4:40 pm - 09/26/17