Jeanne Louise Bacon

Jeanne Louise Bacon

October 22, 1925 - October 02, 2010

Jeanne Louise Bacon

October 22, 1925 - October 02, 2010


Jeanne Louise Guderian Bacon born in Algona, Iowa on October 22, 1925.

Died on October 2, 2010 and resided in Lake Forest, CA

Jeanne was a loving wife, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother. Jeanne and her husband, Merrill farmed over 200 acres outside of Blooming Praire, Minnesota and operated charter busses until they retired in 1986. They then moved to California in order to be closer to their children and their families. She was full of life and loved to play bingo whenever she could.

Jeanne has gone to be with her husband of 52 years, Merrill E Bacon but leaves behind her children, Bonnie Stice, Jane Dreese; 6 grandchildren, Michael Stice, Jennifer Becerra, Stacie Hatfield, Lindsey Jones, Eric Dreese, Troy Dreese; 8 1/2 great-grandchildren, Gabriel Becerra, Mikaela Becerra, Katelyn Becerra, Skyla Jones, Brooklyn Jones, new baby girl Jones, Seth Dreese, Austin Dreese, Lauren Dreese.

Funeral Service – Tuesday, October 5, 2010 1:00PM at O’Connors Mortuary. Reception & celebration of Jeanne’s Life will be held immediately following the funeral service at 22851 Belquest Lake Forest, CA. Hosted by Ernie and Jane Dreese, Bonnie Stice, and Art Copeland.

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6 responses to Jeanne Louise Bacon

  1. What a fundamental role this wonderful woman played in my youth! She was an awesome wife, mother, friend, daughter and daughter-in-law. I would love to be able to say ‘at the end of the day’ that I had as important a moral impact on someone as Jeanne had on me. You were loved, Jeanne Bacon!

  2. Jane and Family,
    Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.
    We are sorry for your loss.
    Love ,
    Gerald and Carolyn

  3. Grandma, you mean the world to me.
    Through your eyes I’ve been able to see how things are really meant to be. If I could go back and revisit those days, the wonderful times when we would play, I’d grasp the memories along the way. Someday I’ll have grandchildren of my own. I can only hope that when they are grown they’ll have such memories of their own.

    Love you Grandma! May you rest in peace in our Heavenly Father’s arms. We’ll miss you so much!

  4. We will miss our beloved “sister” and her love and guidance in our life, however we are confident and happy that she is with my exceptional brother, Merril – her husband. They are together in a much better place. Both of them were there for me when our parents divorced. I found the love and support and security I sorely needed from them. They were always fun loving, upbeat and exciting to be around. They were models for our marriage which is now going on 55 years. Our prayers and our love are with you, Bonnie and Janie. We hope we get a chance to see you both in the coming years. Love you.

  5. Jane, Ernie and family,
    I was so saddened to hear about your mom. She was such a kind person. I know how much you will miss her.
    Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
    Linda and Randy Schroeder

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