Jane Dorothy Koblinski of Gaylord, MI went to walk with the angels on October 13, 2022. At eighty years of age, Jane passed peacefully at Horizon Senior Living in St. Helen, MI. Baptized and a lifelong member of St. Mary’s Cathedral she enjoyed her church activities immensely. Jane was married to Sylvester Koblinski (deceased) of whom she had two children Katherine Koblinski Heintz (Steven) and Lisa Koblinski who were her pride and joy. Her favorite name was always mom and she had a big heart to share. Jane was a part of the St. Mary’s Choir and the Altar Rosary Society. She loved the opportunity to go to various Christian conferences, including the travel to and from, and the friends she would go with. Jane’s favorite trip of a lifetime was when she traveled to Rome and visited the Vatican. She also enjoyed tending to her flowers and plants. She was a smiling face often seen by many at the Glen’s Market Bakery from where she retired after 22 years of service.
Jane is survived by a sister, Sophie Basinski, and many nieces and nephews. She is predeceased by her twin John Lewandowski, Irene Lewandowski, Mary Jaruzel, (twins) Rita Lewandowski and Nancy Lewandowski, Regina Cherwinski, Theresa Lewandowski, Claire Beck, Casimer Lewandowski, Ed Lewandowski, and Ben Lewandowski
A Mass of Christian Burial will be held on Thursday, October 27, 2022, at 11:00 a.m. from St. Mary Cathedral.
Visitation will be held on Thursday, October 27, 2022, at St. Mary Cathedral, from 9:30 a.m. until the time of services.
In Lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations go to Horizon Senior Living in St. Helen Michigan.
9 comments on “Jane Koblinski”
My Aunt Jane had a beautiful soul. She was very devoted to faith and God, every time I saw her, she blessed me with love, warmth, and a smile.
She was an amazing sister, friend, and support system to my mom. I cherish the memories and we will celebrate together again one day.
Kathy & Lisa,
We have so many wonderful memories of your mom, and our Aunt Jane! We loved her smile! She always had a kind word or compliment to give. When we would run into her at Glen’s or church she always took the time to chat! We are so thankful for all our visits together from childhood to adulthood, she was and IS a true treasure and will be missed!
Keeping all our family in many thoughts and prayers!❤️🙏🏽❤️
I absolutely loved Jane! I worked with her at Glens many years ago and she always had a kind word for me. When I would visit the store and stop to say hi she would stop what she was doing to catch up. May she rest in peace with the other angels.
Kathy and Lisa,
Aunt Jane was a wonderful and sweet woman. Always enjoyed our little chats and our time together we spent at bible study. She was a faithful servant. May she Rest In Peace in the arms of our Lord.
Our love and prayers are with you.
Craig and Berni Seidell
We are so very sorry for your loss. Jane was an amazing woman. You are in our thoughts and prayers.
Jane always had so much love for our Lord.Please accept our condolences and prayers. May she rest in peace.Richard, Becky,Shavinski
May your mother’s soul rest in peace and may you be comforted by your memories.
Thinking of you at this time and please know that I care.
So sorry to hear. I hope you are all well. I would love to see you Kathy. Know that you are in my thoughts.❤️
Kathy & Lisa,
I adored Aunt Janie, she had such a kind soul. When I would shop at Glens Market and see her at the bakery we always had nice chats. She will be missed, but her memories will be forever cherished.
Kathy Avenall and Family