Jean Ann Reeside
Tawas City, Michigan
March 5, 1932 - September 19, 2018
Jean Ann Reeside, of Tawas City, passed away peacefully on Wednesday, September 19, 2018 at the Iosco County Medical Care Facility, age 86 years. Jean was born on March 5, 1932 in Detroit to Leo and Doris (Kujat) Reeside. She was employed for 20 years through the St. Joseph Health System in Tawas where she worked as an administrative medical secretary. Jean had a passion for travel, exploration, and adventure! She also truly enjoyed collecting rare and interesting treasures. Likely her favorite collectible are the tiny lead soldiers, and her collection is believed to be numbered over 1,000! Jean will dearly be remembered and cherished by all who knew and loved her. Jean is survived by her loving partner of 64 years, Mary Karen Sherer of Tawas City; her brother, Larry Reeside of Bloomfield Hills; her brother-in-law, Ronald Stewart; 10 nieces and nephews. Jean is preceded in death by her parents, a sister Nancy Stewart, and sister-in-law Rita Reeside. Per her wishes, cremation has taken place. Those wishing to express their condolences are encouraged to leave a message for her family on www.bureshfuneralhomes.com.
Mary Karen so sorry to hear about the loss of Jean. She will be remembered for all the fun times we had in the 80’s & 90’s when we all worked together. Those were good times. May she Rest In Peace and you find comfort.
— Velda Jennett
Mary Karen I am so sorry - I sure enjoyed coming to your house with Kim and visiting, hearing stories of the collections and where you acquired them, and our lunches. To Jean's family - what an awesome person you had in your family and very sorry for your loss.
— Denise Cole
Dear Mary Karen, I am so sorry to hear about Jean's passing. I will always treasure my memories of hearing about your adventures, and seeing each treasure she picked up along the way. Thinking of you, in your time of loss.
— Laura Kendall
Mary I am so sorry to hear of your loss. When I saw Jean's picture it took me to back in the day when we worked at the Oscoda Big Boy together. Jean was always filled with such kindness.
— Debbie Schirmer
Mary Karen so very sorry to hear the news of Jean's passing. You two ladies were both such "characters" and enjoyed working with you both at TSJH and then seeing you out later at the store, garage sales or the few times I stopped by your house to chat. Prayers and hugs to Mary Karen and may Jean RIP and keep it lively up in heaven at the same time.
— Kim Landon
Mary Karen we are so sorry to hear of Jeans passing. She was a great person. We always enjoyed time spent talking with you both.
— Steve and Eva Finley