Jeanette Marie Howe-Cooksey, 70
September 10, 1951 – June 17, 2022
BUTTE – On June 17, 2022, after a hard-fought, two yr battle with most cancers, Jeanette went residence to be together with her Lord and Savior. She handed peacefully surrounded by her loving household.
Jeanette was born September 10, 1951, to Robert and Bernadette Miller. The oldest of 4 youngsters, Jeanette was born in Butte and lived there her total 70 years. Jeanette attended faculty in Butte and graduated from Butte Excessive Faculty in 1969.
On September 12, 1970, Jeanette married her highschool sweetheart, Ken Howe. Collectively that they had 4 youngsters: Shaunna, Lisa, Jacen and Theresa. Ken predeceased Jeanette in 1995, 4 months wanting their twenty fifth wedding ceremony anniversary.
Jeanette’s world was as soon as once more made full when she met and finally married Jess Cooksey on December 7, 2002. They might have celebrated their 20 yr anniversary this December. Jeanette and Jess loved touring collectively, taking journeys to Jamaica and Mexico, the Grand Canyon and the Oregon coast. In addition they loved tenting, climbing and cross-country snowboarding.
Jeanette was all the time capable of finding fascinating job alternatives and she or he labored in quite a lot of totally different positions together with banking, dental assistant, phlebotomist and pharmacy tech.
Jeanette’s favourite and most essential job was that of Grandma and, most lately, Nice-Grandma. Jeanette’s life brightened with the beginning of her granddaughter, Hailey Ogolin, in 1997. She was adopted by three grandsons, Brian Ogolin, Tyler Duffy and Tegan Duffy. Jeanette completely loved watching her grandchildren’s actions whether or not it was dance, soccer, basketball or baseball. In June of 2020, Jeanette’s first great-granddaughter, Quinn Thompson, was born. Jeanette appeared ahead to her Friday visits with Quinn and Shaunna.
Along with tenting, climbing and cross-country snowboarding, Jeanette was an avid reader, she performed the guitar, and in earlier years loved crocheting-having made afghans for a lot of relations and associates. She loved Bible examine teams, volunteering for Protected House and CCCS, and the clown ministry.
Jeanette was predeceased by her grandparents: Roscoe and Grace Miller and Charles and Augustine Heroux; her dad and mom: Robert Miller and Bernadette Miller; her husband, Ken Howe; her in-laws: Louis and Romana Howe; her brother-in-law, Everett Howe and sisters-in-law: Agnes Greenberg and Margaret Knutson.
Jeanette is survived by her husband, Jess Cooksey; her youngsters: Shaunna (Keith) Ogolin, Lisa Howe, Jacen Howe, and Theresa (Michael) Duffy; grandchildren: Hailey (Nate) Thompson, Brian Ogolin, Tyler Duffy and Tegan Duffy;great-granddaughter, Quinn Thompson; sisters and brothers-in-law: Marilyn and Doug Cameron, Dianne and Steve Ostenburg; brother and sister-in-law: Bob and Debbie Miller. Many in-laws from the Howe and Cooksey households and particular nieces, nephews and cousins too quite a few to call.
Visitation will start at 10:00 am on Thursday, June 23, 2022, at Holy Spirit Catholic Church, 4201 Continental Dr., Butte. Funeral Mass will comply with on the church at 11:00 am Ceremony of Committal will comply with Mass at Mountain View Cemetery, 3910 Harrison Ave., Butte.
Memorials in honor of Jeanette are steered to St. Jude Youngsters’s Analysis Hospital, 501 St. Jude Place, Memphis, TN 38105
Please go to www.axelsonfuneralhome.com to supply the household a condolences or share a reminiscence of Jeanette.
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