Jean P Ughetti
November 26, 1925 - August 17, 2020
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Jean P. Ughetti, age 94, of Chicago, Illinois, passed away on August 17, 2020 at the home of her daughter Pam. Jean was born on November 26, 1925, to George and Mae (Havel) Sonneker in Chicago, IL. On May 31, 1947, she was united in marriage to Bernerd “Ben” Ughetti in Chicago. It is no…

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Pam Parker left a message on January 4, 2021:
Pam and Carol, I was so saddened to hear about the death of your mother. I loved her and your Dad so much. I’m with my son Steven right now in Philadelphia, going down memory lane and he told me he saw your Mom’s obituary after googling her name. It was also hard to see that your niece Kelly passed away as well. I’m finding it hard to find the words to share how much I loved and admired your Mom. Aunt Jean was such a warm and caring woman. It was always such a gift to visit your parents when visiting Chicago. I have so many memories of watching and listening to the friendly banter between your dad and Rosemary and watching your Moms reactions. Special times when they visited Florida and the times in Lake Geneva. My fondest memory, albeit sad as well, was the memorial we had for Rosemary. It was so comforting to grieve our loss together even though it happened months later. I am so happy to be a part of your family! Please know that my thoughts are with you. Again, I’m so sorry for your losses. Pam Parker
Carol Oster left a message on August 20, 2020:
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Carol Rieger left a message on August 20, 2020:
Jean you were not just an Aunt to me, but my second mother. You and Ben always included me in so many different adventures. Who could ever forget, driving to Mexico and losing the gas tank on the car when we hit a bump, or the camping trip where the tent started slidng down the hill in a rain storm. You made time to make my wedding dress (which I loved) within two months because you had just finished making Barb's. And who can forget the special Friday's. You taught me the art of cleaning the house (which was really never dirty) and somehow you made me think it was fun. You always said, "If everyone helps, we will get done much faster". Somehow we never did get it done any faster. You were there for me when my mom passed away, helping out when I needed it most. I will miss our yearly cemetery visits to plant flowers, and yes I will continue this tradition until I can find a new family member to take over. Any takers? I am also very grateful to Pam for putting up with all of us in her house for days so we could be with you during your final days. You will be missed. Hugs and kisses from your favorite niece.
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