Jean Elizabeth Adamczak (nee Brandt)
Sent to Heaven on August 20, 2021 at the age of 80 years old surrounded by her loving family.
Loving wife to her devoted husband of almost 60 years Timothy. Adored mother to Jeffrey (Barbara),
Michael (Jennifer), Gregory (Christina) and Mary (Scott) Wheeler. Doting, fun-loving grandmother to
John, Lauren (Bruce) Kendall, Christopher, Hayley (Joe) Jung, Jacob (Amanda), Thomas, Ava, Anthony,
Dominick, Jack and Vivian. Proud great-grandmother to Berkley and newborn Jameson who was born
shortly after Jean’s passing. Further survived by sister Florence Donavant, brother Dennis (Marianne)
Brandt and best friend Sandy (Gene) Zajdel. Preceded in death and reunited with her parents Louis and
Emma Brandt, brothers Jerry, Lawrence (Carol) and brother-in-law Jack Donavant. Jean also had many
other friends and relatives that loved her dearly.
Jean was born in Cudahy, Wisconsin, raised in Milwaukee and then moved to her dream house in
Greendale, Wisconsin where they lived happily raising their family for 29 years. Jean and Tim then
retired to their second dream house in Henderson, Nevada where they have enjoyed life to the fullest
for the last 18 years.
Jean was known for her amazing sense of humor. She enjoyed movies, books, (especially Stephen King)
and loved playing Bingo and slots at their favorite casinos in Nevada.
A private ceremony will be held with the family in Nevada.
In the path of righteousness is life, and in its pathway there is no death. Proverbs 12:28
My deepest heartfelt condolences go out to the entire family during this time.
You are so amazing Ann…, thank you for making me smile Lieutenant Ann! We hope to see you again ❤️
God bless you Jean. You’ve raised a wonder, loving family to be proud of for certain. Our thoughts, and prayers are with your family.
Jean was a wonderful person and a joy to be with…My condolences to you Tim and the rest of the family. Love Johnny V and the boys….
Sorry for your loss, and we never know when our time will be up, but we do know we have a new home in heaven, where Jean is young again and very happy. God loves humor. She will always be remembered . To a great lady,who we will miss for who she was.
My deepest sympathy to Tim and the whole family.
Love you Jean more than I can express; going to miss all our great times together; wish we could have lived closer. Be seeing you united with our families in heaven; will never forget you.