Jean Anne Maber

Jean Anne Maber

26.08.1938 - 25.12.2021

Jean passed away on 25th December 2021 aged 83 years. She will be sadly missed by all her family and friends.

Haley Winkle


Aunt Jean, there’s not a day that goes by that I don’t miss you more and more. I think of all the times we had together. Whether they be good or bad. You were always there for us. Losing you has been hard. I not only lost an aunt but a grandmother. When Nana died you stepped up to be my grandmother and that means more to me than you’ll ever know! I wish you could have met my boys in person but you loved the pictures of them more. I will tell them all about you! I love you xoxo



I had never met you Jean, but felt I knew you from the lovely stories I had heard from Gerrie. Rest in peace x



In 2011 we took a trip to England . We had the absolute best time . We would go to Aunt Jeans for breakfast and I believe we ate a loaf of bread (toasted )and finished off a jar of bramble jelly every morning . Aunt Jean was a wonderful , kind and special Aunt . We will miss her so much .

David spruiel


My aunt Jean (great) was quite an enjoyable character to be around when would visit us in the states. She knew what she liked and was true to what ever she said. Many times I get to laugh from a memory of something she said or did and that’s something I will always have. I am so glad to have gotten to know a sister of own grandmother who also was very enjoyable to be around. What a day it will be to see them both again! She will be missed. A good bye to us on earth but a long waited welcome home for so many more in heaven! For ever will be missed, I love you Aunt Jean.

Barbara Vermeulen


Jean Maber was a wonderful woman and friend to the Vermeulen family. She was childhood friends with my mother-in-law Pat, knew my husband Gerry since birth, and became good friends with myself (Barbara) and our daughter Samantha. We came to England for vacation in 2013 and Jean opened up her home to us for two weeks! She taught Samantha how to make cottage pie, not Sheppard’s Pie thank you very much! We were lucky to return the favor later that year when she visited over America’s Thanksgiving. Jean helped me make roasted leg of lamb for the first time, as well as bacon pudding and even an easy and tasty trifle. I am sad that I will no longer have long phone conversations and hear that sassy ‘no’ that she used to do. We will miss her very much.

Michelle Clabough


Aunt Jean,
This is one of the wonderful memories I will cherish; learning about the roses. I thank you for being there for all of us, especially more so after Mom/Janice died. You helped fill a void in mine and my children's life. We have so many memories to cherish. You will be gone but never forgotten! Give Grammy and mom hugs and kisses from us. We love you Aunt Jean! Love, Tony, Michelle, Heath, Haley, Judith, Chase and Rachel ❤️❤️

Bryan Curd


My sister Jean, you were always there for me. Even more so in the years since we both retired. I could never give enough thank you’s to truly appreciate what you have done for me, even though you never expected a single one.

This last year you made sure I had everything I could ever need. I will miss our daily chats and your monthly visits.

Most of all I have lost all of our shared memories, experiences, love and kindness.

Love Bryan



Jean has always been a part of my life and my family and will hold a special place in our hearts. She will be sadly missed. Love Barbara , Graham, Kevin Martin and Karen xx

Beverly Spruiell


You truly will be missed but not forgotten Aunt Jean. Thank you for being there and being part of our family and supporting us during our good times and sad times. Give mom (Janice your sister) a hug from us down here. Love always , Beverly & Linwood, David, Molly & Dustin . Xoxo

Molly Brown (Spruiell)


Here is a picture of when Aunt Jean came to visit and taught my girl scouts troop how to make an apron. I am in the top right and my cousin Stephani (Dad's side) is on the bottom right. We both still have our aprons packed up somewhere.

Molly Brown (Spruiell)


Aunt Jean, you will be greatly missed by all of us. I will never forget the memories we made and the different things you taught me. One of my favorites is when you came to visit us in the states and you taught my girl scouts troop how to make an apron. Give my Nana a big hug for us down here.

Ann, Alexandra and Conor


Always known as Mrs Maber to me, from when I was a little girl that’s how I knew you and as an adult I still called you Mrs Maber. You made me dresses, that we were so proud of, your Children became lifelong friends, you were a friend to my parents, my family, my children. Alexandra remembers how kind you were. You have been in my life all my life. You can rest now with your beloved George aka Mr Maber. Close those eyes on earth open them when you reach heaven.

Nicola Maber


You were the best mum anyone could ask for, missing you xx

Love you Nicola xx

Gerrie Maber


Mum xxx
Missed so much already xx

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