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In Loving Memory

Cebuhar, Jeanette C. “Jean”

Cebuhar, Jeanette C. “Jean” (nee Pirtle) Saturday November 11, 2023. Beloved wife of the late Joseph Cebuhar. Dear mother of Steve (Kathy) Cebuhar and the late Donna (survived by Steve) Reed. Dear grandmother of Abbey (Nathaniel) Cox, Dakota Graham, Jacob Reed, Erin Reed and the late Kyleen Reed. Dear great grandmother of Dahlia Babcock, Jakob Cox and Caleb Cox. Dear sister of Jackie (the late Frank) Stoll, Carole (Tom) Kearns and the late Bill Pirtle, June (survived by Rick) Biby and Donald (Kathy) Pirtle. Dear sister-in-law of the late Dolores (Jim) Bachesta. Our dear Godmother, aunt, great aunt, cousin and friend.

Private services were held. In lieu of flowers, contributions to Susan G, Komen Breast Cancer Foundation appreciated. Kutis South County service.


1 thought on “Cebuhar, Jeanette C. “Jean””

  1. Jean was the second oldest daughter of Carl and Mary Pirtle; one of 6 children.
    Born December 5th., which was mom and dad’s anniversary. Jean was loads of fun when she was young, loved to dance and sing. Jean outlived most of her many cousins.
    Thankfully, i visited with her a week before she passed. She will be greatly missed.


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