Jeannine Marjorie Hundeby, 59, died Thursday, April 20, 2023 at her home.
Jeannine was born on May 4, 1963 to Patricia Burgin and Eugene Hundeby in Minneapolis, MN. Jeannine graduated from Zumbrota High School in 1981.
Jeannine loved her family and friends, cooking, fishing, good rummage sale finds, making new friends, Taco Bell, and White Castle. She enjoyed life, laughter and the joy of living.
Jeannine is survived by her sibling, Sherry A. Frank (Darwin), Frank Burgin, and Colleen Bentson (Jeff); nephews, Adam, Karter, Patrick, Robert, Charlie, Henry, Oscar, and Calvin; nieces, Erica and Katie; and her beloved Eli.
Jeannine is preceded in death by her mother, Patricia M. Burgin; father, Eugene Hundeby; brother, Joseph Hundeby; nephew, Niles Hundeby; and niece, Stacy Hundeby.
Rochester Cremation Services is honored to serve the family. Memories and condolences of Jeannine may be shared at rochestercremationservicesmn.com
6 thoughts on “Jeannine Hundeby”
I always liked Jeanine and got along great with her while going to school in Zumbrota. I’m sorry she died so young.
X We have our memories but our sister is truly apart of all all of us. We will all carry you with all of us. Your joyful laugh, your excitement of life. You are and always be our amazing sister. There is no better friend than a sister nothing can replace the love you shared and will last forever. You will never be forgotten our sweet angel. Forever angel kisses.
Celebration of life will be at Zumbrota VFW date pending due to arrangements. Thank you for your patience and loving support
Jeannine was lucky in many ways she was a true giver with a heart of gold. She was never afraid to tell you what she thought and told the truth… She had 2 Birthdays May 4 and 5 sneak it worked for her and she enjoyed Taco bell we made many trips for balls..lol. Never a dull moment…She fought demons with her mental illness but would bring laughter into her healing..Her cats were her kids and the Eli her world….She loved her family and friends and hated us too but laughing about it. Jeannine kissed a worm and liked it..lol she said it was the secret to getting the big fish.. JEANNINE ALWAYS SAID I LOVE YOU CAUSE I MIGHT BE HERE TOMORROW…Please tell your friends and family you love them…
I only had the privilege of knowing Jeannine for 5 years but we became close and fast friends. I still can’t believe she’s gone. I loved going to her apartment cause we had so much fun doing absolutely nothing at all and laughing about it the whole time. She will be greatly missed but I know she is at peace. This isn’t goodbye but goodbye for now. We’ll see each other again. Love you girlfriend!
Celebration of life Zumbrota mn for Jeannine VFW 12:30-2 pm cards well wishes address Sherry Frank 1543 92nd st ne Rochester mn 55906