Jean Schultz

December 14, 1927 – January 14, 2024

Jean Schultz, age 96 of Bensenville passed away Sunday, January 14, 2024 surrounded by family. Beloved wife of the late Harvey A. Schultz. Devoted and loving mom of Lawrence (the late Gretchen), Marilyn (Phillip) Gray, Marlene (the late David) Butcher, Donald and Karen (James) Oaks. Grandma to Daniel (Beth), Jessica (Keith), Jonathan, Sarah, Amy (Johnryl), Jeffrey (Molly), Ryan (fiancée Azusena), Carrie (Sean), Stephanie (Juan), Stacy (Jimmy), Carrie, David (Catie), Samantha (Chris) and Adam (Lindsay). GiGi to Emily, Kiley, Myles, Landon, Preston, Mason, Lena, Killian, Bella, Ellamie, Cassian and Cash. Dear sister of Robert (Nancy) Harris. Aunt to many nieces and nephews. Jean was preceded in death by her parents, Paul and Dorothy (nee Vance); siblings, Frank, Nita, Jack and Rich.

Jean was an active member of Faith Community Church, a member of Tioga VFW women’s auxiliary and a member of Helping Hands.

Visitation will  be held Friday, January 19, 2024 from 10 AM until time of Funeral Service 11 AM at Faith Community Church, 192 S. Center Street, Bensenville IL. Interment Private.

For funeral information, please call JGeils Funeral Services at 630-306-1008.

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  1. Your mom lived a long and wonderful life! We are sorry to hear of your loss. You have been caring and loving children. You have a blessed hope of seeing her in the future in heaven. God is good. We are praying for peace for you all at this time.

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Thank you Jim Geils

To all the families that have supported my father, Jim, throughout his 45 years as a funeral director, I hope you will continue to let me serve you moving forward.

Filling my father’s shoes, will not be an easy task and something I will forever strive for; however, he has given me the knowledge, guidance, experience and lasting relationships within the funeral industry that will hopefully make this transition possible.

He was my confidant, superior but mostly my biggest fan. I know he will be with me always, leading and guiding me to be the best funeral director I can be.

I will continue my father’s legacy as best and for as long as I can, with your love, help and support.

Monica Geils Conroy
Licensed Funeral Director and Embalmer