Jim Jadin Obituary, Death – James “Jim” J. Jadin, 79, a resident of Luxemburg, passed away painlessly in the wee hours of the morning on Monday, August 28, 2023. He had been a resident of Luxemburg for his whole life. Jim Jadin was born on June 13, 1944, to parents who had both passed away prior to the birth of their son. His parents were Julius and Arlene (Vandervelde) Jadin. Betty Malcore was the one to tie the knot on September 15, 1962, at the St. Peter’s Catholic Church located in Lincoln, Nebraska. In addition to being the owner of J. Jadin Inc., Jim also served as a member of the board of directors at the Bank of Luxemburg and as the Kewaunee County Highway Commissioner with the Kewaunee County Highway Department. Both of these positions were held inside the Kewaunee County Highway Department.
Jim was a fervent Christian who made regular pilgrimages to the Shrine of Our Lady of Good Help in order to pay his respects. Jim and his son Jerome had a prosperous family business, which provided Jim with a great deal of satisfaction and made him very proud. He never stopped organizing and tidying up the house with painstaking attention to detail. He had a special fondness for spending time with his family and friends engaging in activities such as hunting and tractor pulls. Because he was so thoughtful and generous by nature, he genuinely cared about seeing to it that everyone’s requirements were satisfied. The work he was doing has been completed at this time.
I pray that he is at peace for all eternity.His family includes 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; and his great-grandchildren, Colton and Kate Seidl, and Hay His paternal grandparents, Julius and Arlene Jadin, as well as his paternal great-grandparents, Winfred and Anna Vandervelde, and Fred and Libbie Jadin, all passed away before he was born. Before him, his brothers Gary and Jack Jadin, as well as his brother-in-law Alvin Jorgenson, all passed away. He was the only surviving member of his immediate family. In addition, by Norman and Beatrice Malcore, who would later become his future wife’s parents.