Jim Jadin Obituary, Death – James “Jim” J. Jadin, 79, a resident of Luxemburg, went away without any suffering in the wee hours of the morning on Monday, August 28, 2023. Jim Jadin was born on June 13, 1944, to Julius and Arlene (Vandervelde) Jadin, who both passed away before their son’s birth. The wedding took place at St. Peter’s Catholic Church in Lincoln on September 15, 1962, and Betty Malcore was the bride. In addition to being the owner of J. Jadin Inc., Jim was also a member of the board of directors at the Bank of Luxemburg and served as the Kewaunee County Highway Commissioner with the Kewaunee County Highway Department.
Jim was a devout Christian who frequently paid his respects at the Shrine of Our Lady of Good Help. Jim and his son Jerome had a successful family business, which was a source of great pride for Jim. He was always meticulously organizing and straightening up the house. Tractor pulls and hunting were two activities that he particularly enjoyed doing with his family and friends. He had a kind and generous nature, and he wanted to make sure that everyone’s needs were met.
His work is finished at this point. I pray that he finds eternal rest. Jim is survived by his wife of almost 61 years, Betty Jadin; his children, Lynn (Brian) Seidl of Luxemburg and Jerome (special friend Debbie) Jadin of Luxemburg; his grandchildren, Sarah (Brent) TeKulve, Brent (Jess) Seidl, Jordan (Madison) Jadin, and Jared (special friend Nicole) Jadin; his great-grandchildren, Colton and Kate Seidl, and Hay
His grandparents, Winfred and Anna Vandervelde, and Fred and Libbie Jadin, passed away before him. His parents, Julius and Arlene Jadin, brothers Gary and Jack Jadin, brother-in-law Alvin Jorgensen, and brother Jack Jadin all passed away before him. In addition, by his future wife’s parents, Norman and Beatrice Malcore. On Monday, September 4, 2023, from 4 until 8 o’clock in the evening, there will be a visitation held at St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Luxemburg.
At 7:45, Deacon Bob Miller will lead a prayer service for anyone who are interested in attending. The continuation of visitation is scheduled for Tuesday, September 5, 2023, from 9:00 am to 11:00 am. At eleven o’clock in the morning, Father Daniel Schuster will preside over a Mass of Christian Burial that will be held in memory of the deceased. At a later time, interment will take place at the Mausoleum that is located within the Shrine of the Good Shepherd. The family is receiving assistance from Kinnard Funeral and Cremation Services at this time. At KinnardFCS.com, users are able to post messages of condolences in an online forum.