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Deanna S. “Dee” Jacobs

February 19, 1952 - July 23, 2017

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In accordance with Deanna’s wishes, private funeral services were held.

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Deanna S. “Dee” Jacobs, age 65 of Kenosha, died on Sunday, July 23, 2017 at United Hospital Systems – St. Catherine’s Campus.

A lifelong resident of Kenosha, she was born on February 19, 1952 and was the daughter of Harold and Alfreda (Schultz) Kober.

On March 5, 1977, at Friedens Evangelical Lutheran Church, she was united in marriage to David Jacobs. They were blessed with two wonderful children. Their union later dissolved.

For over 40 years, she dedicated herself as a waitress, most recently with Nafi’s Springwood Restaurant.

She attended Friedens Evangelical Lutheran Church. Dee enjoyed cooking, flower gardening and working in her yard. Throughout her life, she valued her family and was grateful for her many blessings. She was a proud mother and grandmother. Nothing meant more to her than her family.

She is survived by her mother, Alfreda Kober; her two children, Stacey (Flori) Ventura and Michael (Kris Jackson) Jacobs; her three grandchildren, Kalie Ventura, Saylor Ventura and Jonathan Jacobs; her three brothers, Mark (Lisa), Daniel (Mary) and Dale (Katy) Kober; her two sisters, Gail (Peter) Hansen and Jean (Robert) Curtiss; and many loving nieces and nephews.

She was preceded in death by her father, Harold Kober.

In Dee’s own words:
“I want to be remembered just the way I always have been.
I love my children and grandchildren more than
anything and my family is the greatest.”