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Betsy Meunier-Jandrey

After a courageous nine-year battle with cancer followed by heart complications, Betsy Lou Meunier-Jandrey joined her Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, and her parents at heaven's doors on Sunday, February 24, 2019, following a brief stay at University Hospital in Madison, Wisconsin.  Betsy was born on July 11, 1948, at Marinette General Hospital to the late Earl H. and Mildred A. (nee Hartwig) Meunier.
Betsy, well-known for her honesty, integrity, imagination and sense of humor, and was able to stretch a budget, create a gourmet meal from next to nothing, keep a clean and orderly house, demonstrate exceptional organizational and creative skills, and could lighten a mood whenever she felt it was necessary.
She married the love of her life, Jeffrey Jandrey, on November 25, 1991 in Peshtigo, where they shared many happy memories.
A life-long member of Zion Ev.  Lutheran Church in Peshtigo, Betsy was a devoted fan of the Green Bay Packers, loved both country music and the oldies, and enjoyed camping with her family.
A member of Peshtigo High School's class of 1966, she took a hiatus from her studies to raise four daughters, Debra Degeneffe (Scott Madden), Julie Degeneffe-Harper (Steve), Sandra Bayer (Joseph) and Sharon Behringer (Paul).
Once the girls were in school, she went to work at the Pineview Healthcare Center in Peshtigo.  Never one to leave things unfinished, she not only completed her high school education, but also received a certificate in early childhood development from Northeastern Wisconsin Technical College.  In later years, she volunteered at the Peshtigo Food Pantry, where she was known as "the Meat Lady,"  and enjoyed visiting with both volunteers and pantry participants.
In addition to her husband Jeff and her daughters, Betsy is missed by five grandchildren, Jacob and Joshua Bayer, Chelsea and Mitchell Behringer and Hunter Madden;  two great-grandchildren, Kamberlyn and Sylas Swiatnicki; step-granddaughters, Stephanie Winzenried (Nate) and Ashley Harper, and step-great-grandson Jaxon Winzenried; her sister, Susan Rudolph (Lyle Anderson) and brother, Randy Meunier (Debra); in-laws, Jim and Claudia Jandrey; sister-in-law, Julie Nasgovitz (Keith) and her children's father, Steve Degeneffe, as well as many relatives and friends. 
Family will receive relatives and friends, Friday, March 1, at Zion Lutheran Church from 1:00 pm until time of Memorial service at 4:00 pm with Rev. Luke Myslik officiating.  In lieu of flowers a memorial fund has been established in Betsy's name..