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April 16th, 1924 – Wednesday, June 4, 2008

Service Information
Hills of Rest Memorial Park of
Monday, June 9th, 2008

Visitation Information

Jane Ann Baade, 84, passed away peacefully last Wednesday, June 4th, 2008 at her residence at Parkview Care Center.

In Wesington, South Dakota, Herman and Della (nee Baker) Boldt on April 16th, 1924, were blessed with twins: a son, Jean, and a daughter, Jane. Over the years, Jane developed a love for camping, fishing, gardening, bird watching and cooking. She had a wonderful sense of humor and she will be sadly missed by all that knew and loved her.

She is preceded in death by her husband: Elwin ˜Bud™ Baade; son: Leslie; an infant son; granddaughter: Della Mae; parents: Herman and Della; and siblings: Jean, Donald, Ronald, Robert, Richard, Herman Jr. Sonny, and Marilyn.

Jane is survived by children: Sandra, Gloria, Kathleen, Bruce, Linda, and Penny; numerous grandchildren and great grandchildren; sisters: Phyllis, Dorothy, Ruth and Barbara; many other relatives and good friends.

A Memorial Graveside Service will take place on Monday, June 9th, 2008 at 10:30am at Hills of Rest Memorial Park in Sioux Falls, SD.

6 Guestbook Entries

  1. Tammy Jo Snyder

    I am going to miss Grandma – she was funny and fun to be with – we were very happy when she came campng with us – it gave all of us more time to be with her and her great-grandkids to get to know her some. It was always fun hearing her talk about when she was growing up – and of her stories of raising her kids – Grandma – i hope you still have your little brown jug! – i love you

  2. sharon lee

    I am glad I got to see Grandma just a short few weeks ago, she looked so peaceful and so young to me. We had a nice visit with her and had her laughing, and best of all she thinks all us girls are so SKINNY…I love here for that.. :o) I will miss her and I know she is in a happier place along with Grandpa…I love you Grandma & Grandpa…your Granddaughter Sharon

  3. Valerie Boyum

    Grandma, you are going to be missed terribly. I am so glad we got to see you and make your last couple months memorable, they are for us. I remember you and Grandpa and Aunt Penny coming to pick me up to go camping in your campers and such, and how you all always had those big Plenty Stick packs of Gum for us. I am going to miss your laugh and that grin everytime Deb and I talked to you about men!! You and Grandpa have alot of catching up to do…now you can rest and be happy. I love you Grandma, love always your Grand-daughter Valerie

  4. Deborah Anne Boyum

    Grandma, you will be missed be lots of family and friends. Grandma had a very good sense of humor, she would always make you smile and or laugh when around her. Even thou she is not with us I know that she is in a better place with no more she can be with Grandpa and they can be happy together again. I love and miss them both. your Grand-daughter Deb with lots of love

  5. Jane Kelley

    Grandma will be deeply missed by all who knew her. We all have our share of memories that we will treasures deep within or our time spend with Grandma. I only regret that she hadn’t got to meet all of her great-great grandkids, and those that had seen her at the family camp were too young to know her.
    SHe was an rare person in her own ways and many will remember her in many ways.
    I will miss you grandma, and I know that by now you are with grandpa enjoying the reunion. Though you are no longer with us, you will always be deep within my heart and memories where you will never be forgotten. Love, your granddaughter, Jane

    PS we will miss you at the family camp, but you are in a happier place

  6. Susan Allego/Boyum

    We went to visit with Grandma a few weeks ago, she still had her sense of humor,(which she will keep it going). We will miss you Grandma along with your sense of humor and laughter. Love Susan and Jessica


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