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Amelia “Amy” Jeskie

June 28, 1925 - January 31, 2021

Amelia “Amy” Jeskie Amelia “Amy” Jeskie
  • Funeral
  • May 8, 2021 | 10:30 A.M.
  • St. Peter Catholic Church 1891 Kaneville Road Geneva, IL.
  • Burial Location
    Resurrection Cemetery, Geneva.


Amy battled dementia and covid but that never stopped her from loving. The world lost a beloved mother. Amelia “Amy” Susan Jeskie in the predawn hours of January 31, 2021 at Dunham Rehab in St.Charles.

Amy was born in Chicago, IL on June 28th, 1925. She was the 2nd daughter and the 6th out of 7 children of Ottilia and Mathias Propst.

Amy worked as a Health Insurance Administrator. Her colleagues knew her as a kind and caring soul, always willing to help where and when she could.

Her delight was her family especially, her grandchildren and great-grandsons.

Amy is survived by her son, Reino “Rick” Jr. (Wendy). Her youngest daughter, Mary Paula (David) Hiatt.

Her three grandchildren Patricia “Patty” (Chris) Hofmann. Jimmy Borman. Nathen “Nate” Finnstrom (Morgan). And her two great-grandchildren Noah and Micha Hofmann.

Her namesake, niece and God Daughter Amelia “Amy” Apperson.

Amy was preceded in death by her first husband Reino Finnstrom, Sr. and her 2nd husband Raymond Jeskie. Her oldest child Diana Lynn Borman and Son in Law James Borman. Also, her parents, siblings, and many nieces and nephews. Memorial Services will be held 10:30 A.M. Saturday, May 8, 2021 at St. Peter Catholic Church 1891 Kaneville Road Geneva.  Burial will follow at Resurrection Cemetery, Geneva. For further information please call Yurs Funeral Home St. Charles. 630-584-0060


Timothy Owens from Marseilles , IL

"May you look to all the good times she was a great woman"

John and Alma Fleming from Chicago , IL

"Mary and Rick, Sorry for your loss. We know the hurt you're heart is suffering that your mom, Amy, is no longer suffering. Words can't say enough. Again, sorry for loss."

Mirta O. Regalado from Miami Springs, FL

"Amy was a great lady, very cheerful! I met her at Liquid Container..She s with the Lord and I send my condolences to Mary and all her loved ones..."

MaryKay Rogers from Geneva, IL

"So sorry for your loss. I volunteered with Amy many times during her days at St Peter Church... especially with the Barn Sale. She was always so hard working and spunky. I have very fond memories of her. May she Rest In Peace. Peace be with all of you as you mourn Amy’s passing and celebrate her wonderful, well-lived life. God bless you all."

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