Imogene Sue “Jeannie” Pardieck Trimpe, 75, of Seymour died at 12:43am Sunday, June 2nd, 2019, at John Adams Healthcare Center, Quincy, MA.
Jeannie worked as a Registered Nurse and spent many years as a homemaker. After relocating back to Seymour in 1980, Jeannie worked as a childcare provider for a short while before returning to work as a Registered Nurse on the Pediatrics floor of Schneck Memorial Hospital. She taught nursing classes at IUPUI before retiring full time.
Jeannie was confirmed at Immanuel Lutheran church and graduated from Immanual Lutheran School in 1957. She graduated from Seymour Senior High School in 1961 and received her Bachelor of Science from the Indiana University School of Nursing in 1968. Jeannie was an avid baker and homemaker, and cherished spending time with her grandchildren. She was a longtime member of Immanuel Lutheran Church, where she had been a Sunday School teacher and participated on the decorating committee and funeral dinner committees. She attended the First Lutheran Church of Boston for the past 7 years.
Born October 4, 1943 at Schneck Memorial Hospital in Seymour, Indiana, she was a daughter of Walter and Leona Rittman Pardieck, who preceded her in death. She married Lawrence L. “Tom” Trimpe on May 9th, 1987 in Leitchfield, Kentucky, and he preceded her in death on October 22nd, 2010.
She is survived by three children, Flint (Melissa) Banther of Whitesburg, Tennessee, Mandy (Jason) Oberton of Quincy, Massachusetts and Casey Banther, Los Angeles, California; seven grandchildren, Nathan and Nicholas Banther of Seymour, Indiana, Hunter and Mia Banther of Whitesburg, Tennessee and Josette, Grady and Lynden Oberton, all of Quincy, Massachusetts; and her first husband and father of her children, James Banther.
She was preceded in death by two brothers, Ralph and Harold Pardieck; one sister, Charlotte Lucas; and an infant grandson, Elijah Walter Oberton.
The Reverend Ralph Blomenberg and the Reverend Philip Bloch will conduct funeral services at 2:00pm, Friday at Immanuel Lutheran Church, Seymour. Burial will take place at Immanuel Lutheran Cemetery, Seymour.
Visitation will be from 4:00pm to 8:00pm on Thursday at Voss & Sons Funeral Chapel, Seymour, and from 1:00pm until time of service Friday at the church.
Memorials may be given in memory of Jeannie Trimpe to the Wounded Warrior Project and The Shine Campaign at First Lutheran Church of Boston. https://support.woundedwarriorproject.org/Default.aspx?tsid=10043 (Please check “Make this gift in honor or memory of an individual,” and specify Jeannie Trimpe in the “Tribute’s Name” block under the Billing Information). https://www.flc-boston.org/online-giving (Indicate “In Memory of Jeannie Trimpe” in the “Note” section).
Online condolences may be left on the funeral home website at vossfuneralservice.com