By McMahon Funeral Home
Mae Lillian Jeanquart, 87, Brussels, WI passed away on Tuesday, December 26, 2017 surrounded by her loving husband of 67 years, Harold, and their five daughters. Mae was born in Sturgeon Bay to the late Charles and Lillian (Oldenburg) Soukup on May 05, 1930. She graduated from Sturgeon Bay High School in 1949. Mae met the love of her life, Harold Jeanquart, and they married on June 07, 1950. Together they ran the Jeanquart family farm in the town of Union for over 40 years. Even with her hard work and tending to her family she always made time for baking, especially Belgian Pies, gardening, polka dancing and spending time with her grandchildren. Mae loved and followed the Lord through St. Mary of the Snow Parish in Namur, Faith Alive in Sturgeon Bay and most recently and currently, Stewards of Grace Ministries, Namur.
Mae will be deeply missed by her husband, Harold, and their five daughters, Barb (Chris) Derenne, Luxemburg; Sandy (Bill) VanBeaver, Brussels; Debbie (Greg) Lake, Green Bay; Terri (Jerry) Agamaite, Patti (Dan) Bouchonville, all of Luxemburg; her grandchildren, Scott (Michelle) Derenne, Ryan (Nikki) Derenne, Tanya (Tony) Zwick, Tara (Cory) Pierre, Tasha (Jerald) Malvitz, Travis (Sarah) Lake, Sara Lake, Amber (Rob) Paul, Justin (special friend Jenny) Bouchonville, Jesse (Rebecca) Bouchonville; 15 great-grandchildren and baby girl Bouchonville arriving in Spring. She is further survived by one brother and two sisters in law, Jim (Linda) Soukup, Sturgeon Bay; Charlotte Soukup, Green Bay; three sisters in law, Evelyn LeCloux, Forestville; Sister Claudette Jeanquart, Green Bay; Shirley LeCloux, Little Sturgeon; many nieces and nephews.
Mae was preceded in death by three brothers, Norman (Betty) Soukup, Raymond Soukup, Ben (Ann) Soukup; her only sister, June (Bill) Peters; brothers in law and sisters in law, Irene (George) Dufeck, Matilda (Ray) Ferron, Harry (Blanche) Jeanquart, Blanche (Louis) Cornette, Elmer (Dorothy) Jeanquart, Alvin (Della) Jeanquart, Marie (Wallace) LeCloux, Glory Ann (George) Vanness.
Friends may call at McMAHON FUNERAL HOME, LUXEMBURG, 3:00 to 7:00 on Friday, December 29, 2017. Funeral service 7:00 pm at the funeral home with Pastors Darlene and Tom Athey and Pastor Jim Jeanquart. Entombment in the Shrine of the Good Shepherd Mausoleum, Green Bay.
Mae will always be remembered for her loving Heart, love of Christ and love of Family.