Jeanette Louise Blazek

Jeanette Louise Blazek, 83, of Santa Fe, Texas passed away on Tuesday, January 24, 2023. She is at peace with her Heavenly Father. Jeanette was born on November 18, 1939 in Moulton, Texas to parents William V. and Lillie Alice (Chudej) Migl.

Jeanette was preceded in death by her Parents; Husband, John Frank Blazek; Brothers, Willie Joe Migl and Leroy Migl.

She leaves behind to cherish her memory, Daughters, Sharon Ryan (Jeff), Lillian Prejean (Mike), and Lisa Ramsey (Todd); Son, John David Blazek; Grandchildren, Danielle Moore, Joshua Blazek (Mayra) and Gabriela Blazek; Sisters, Dorothy Locke, Grace Smith, and Lorraine Zinke; And many other cherished family members and friends.

Jeanette was a woman of deep faith and a longtime member of Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church. She was deeply committed to Catholic faith and service. She was a devoted servant to God and His community, serving as an active member of the Lay Carmelite Order and volunteering in the Adoration Chapel each week. In her life, she also served as a Eucharistic Minister, lay reader, and instructed youth and adult studies. She served as a role model to her family and community for her devotion and commitment to her church and continued Christian service.

Jeanette had a wonderful passion for gardening, growing flowers, and working in her yard. She loved birds, especially hummingbirds, cardinals, and bluebirds. She enjoyed traveling throughout Europe to Italy, France, Germany, and Ireland. Her visits to Alaska, Hawaii, Florida, California, Washington state, and Georgia were also highlights. She loved entertaining and having the family gathered together for all holidays and special occasions. She especially enjoyed hosting Easter egg hunts each spring for us all, children and adults. And she adored her beloved Pomeranian, Buddy.

Jeanette was a devoted wife, beloved mother, grandmother, sister, aunt and friend. She always prayed for her family, friends, loved ones, community, and country. Her love and devotion to us all will live in our hearts forever. She will be greatly missed and never forgotten.

1 Peter 5:10

And the God of all grace who called you to His eternal glory in Christ, after you have suffered a little while, will Himself restore, confirm, strengthen, and establish you.

In her honor, there will be a rosary on Friday, February 3, 2023 at 9:30am at St. Mary’s Church-Praha in Flatonia Texas with a funeral mass to follow at 10:00am. Internment will follow at St. Mary’s Catholic Cemetery.



    Donna Fisher
    • Thank you so much, Sweet Cousin. 💕✝️🙏🏻

  2. To all the Blazek family, your mother was such a sweet woman! I know you will all miss her so very much. Just remember that she loved you all greatly. She was such a woman of faith and loved God so much. I can see her huge smile as she entered Heaven to be with God. There is definitely an angel watching over you all now. Stay close to each other in this very sad time. I’m sending our love from Georgia.

    Kara J Sterling
    • Thank you so much, my dear friend.💕 ✝️🙏🏻

  3. I am so sorry for the loss of your sweet mother! I have all of you in my prayers! May she rest in peace! 🙏🏻♥️

    Renee Baker Muras
    • Thank you so very much for your sweet words and prayers.💕✝️🙏🏻

  4. Sweet Mama,
    You welcomed me into your family 13 years ago & made me feel like one of your own with the sweetest, kindest & warmest heart I could ever hope for.
    Thank you & Mr. John for giving life to my best friend & the love of my life.
    You are the epitome of how a true lady should live her life. I will miss you dearly.

    Love Always,

    Mike Prejean
  5. Jeanette loved her Catholic Church and her God. Peace and Prayers to her Family.
    We will miss her at Mass.

    Kelly & Betty Ann Jordan
    • Thank you so very much for your prayers and kind words.

  6. Jeannette I was so blessed to have known you and spent time in adoration with you in the convent chapel. You were always a faithful servant to our Lord and Saviour. Rest In Peace.
    Judy Maiorka

    Judy Maiorka
  7. Jeanette was a very kind and sweet lady. She loved her Faith and God. She was an inspiration to others. She will be missed.

    Shirley Shaffer

    Shirley Shaffer
  8. Your mom was always so sweet to Betsy and me. I have very fond memories of our time playing together with y’all and “spending the night” at your house when we were little. We had so much fun and your mom was always so great and welcoming. Even when I saw her many years later she was so kind and remembered us like it was “yesterday”.
    May you feel God’s loving arms around you at this time and always.
    Warm hugs to each of you,
    Nancye (Martin) Abbott

    Nancye (Martin) Abbott
  9. Jeanette no words can explain how I feel about your death. My only consolation is I know you have been escorted to heaven by our Blessed Virgin Mary. She has given you to our Lord Jesus Christ. Christ has given you the gold crown you richly earned in works and faith. Gosh it’s such a big crown. With the pain in my heart, I shall think and pray for you in mind and spirit. Jeanette Thank you for loving me with the purity of your heart. You are my blessing.

    Carolyn Mancuso de la Houssaye
  10. Jeanette was such a loving, sweet person. She always had a smile and a sweet word.
    I know her family will miss this wonderful mother, and friend to so very many people. She was truly an inspiration to all. Know that through your favorite memories you will never be apart.

    Margaret Ann Raitano
  11. I’ve not known a greater woman. She was a genuine child of God who loved others with all her heart. She was a huge inspiration in my life and so many great memories are great because of her. She was a warm hug when you needed one, a loving smile of confirmation when you were full of doubt. She was a light in this all too often dark world. I know she’s in heaven and no longer hurting and that gives me peace. Til we meet again Mrs. Blazek, I pray I make you proud.

    Brenda Liefert Hebert

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