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Jane E. Dassow-Oakley
Jane E. Dassow-Oakley, 70, of Green Bay, formerly of Sheboygan, passed Sunday, Jan. 21 with family and friends by her side and in their heart.
Born Jan. 19, 1948, she graduated from Sheboygan South High School in 1966 and attended Lakeshore Technical College. She worked for the State of Wisconsin, Unemployment Division, assisting people find jobs for 40 years. She grew up on a family farm in Kohler and her parents owned and operated the Blue Moon Tavern in Erdman. The family could hear the dance music from above, which was why she loved music and dancing.
She loved spoiling her grandsons with big bags of treats, doing activities with them and attending their school and sports events. In retirement, she enjoyed treasure hunting for bargains and mapping out rummage sales with her best friend, Joan Leaman.
She is survived by two daughters, Roxanne (Chris) Knight of DePere and Jenny Oakley of Suamico; two grandsons; a sister, Verna (Walter) Schelk of Wausaukee; a brother, Delano (Shirley) Dassow of Sheboygan Falls; two step-sisters, Betty (Rod) Deckert and Rosemary Hickmann, both of Sheboygan and two step-brothers, Allen (Donna) Krizenesky of Peshtigo and John (Marilyn) Krizenesky of Elkhart Lake.
In addition to her parents, Henry C. and Violet (Clevers) Dassow and step-mother Elsie Krizenesky Dassow, she was preceded in death by an infant daughter; a sister, Sharon (Dassow) Bartzen; a brother-in-law, Arthur G. Bartzen; a brother, Lamont Dassow; a step-brother, Robert (Cynthia) Krizenesky and two nephews.
Friends may call at Ryan Funeral Home, 305 N. Tenth St., De Pere on Wednesday, Jan. 24 from 4 p.m. until time of the funeral services at 7 p.m.