5:00-7:00 p.m. Monday August 19, 2019 at
Fricke-Calvert-Schrader Funeral Home in Lincoln
Private services to be held at a later date
Georgia B. Stoltz passed away on
Monday, August 12, 2019 at St. Clara’s manor in
Lincoln. after a brave and defiant 5-year fight with
cancer. Her family is comforted with the memories of
her down to earth sense of humor, compassionate
personality and her unconditional love and devotion
for her children, grand-children, and
Georgia Belle Jackson was born to Elsie Lela
(Cooper) Jackson and George Leroy Jackson on
February 1st, 1932 in Lincoln, Illinois. Georgia
grew up in Lincoln, Waynesville and Clinton and a
few years in Hot Springs, Arkansas where her mother
and father had moved when Georgia was a little girl.
She graduated from Clinton High School in 1950.
After high school and seeking adventure with friends
she traveled to Florida and then to San Francisco
where she had a once in a lifetime experience to
work at Universal Studios for a while in the early
1950’s. Eventually she returned to Lincoln in early
1952. Georgia married Dean Tindall Stoltz on October
15th, 1952 in Lincoln and almost four years later
they had the first of their six children.
The couple lived in the house they built themselves
in Lincoln from 1960 until the rest of both of their
lives. They were married for nearly 60 years before
Dean passed away on August 14th, 2012. Georgia spent
most of her life working in the business of
bookkeeping and accounting. She retired full time in
1992. Georgia always felt that one of the best
decisions she ever made was retiring early at the
age of 60 so she and Dean had 20 good years in
retirement just to have fun and enjoy life. As
usual, she was right.
Georgia loved working in her yard and
flower gardens, reading, crafting, crocheting, any
word puzzles, boating and traveling with Dean and
spending time with her family and friends.
Georgia is survived by her children: Sue Howard,
Delavan, Kathy (Daniel) Jones, Mount Pulaski, Connie
(David) De Elena, Centennial, CO; Thomas (Rini)
Stoltz, Bloomington and Steve Stoltz, Lincoln.
Georgia is also survived by her grandchildren:
Justin (Katie) Jones, Chestnut, Michael (Megan)
Jones, Mount Pulaski, Danielle (Dustin) Shanle,
Jacksonville, NC; Adam Schultejann, Commerce City,
CO; Erika (Zachary) Warren, Colorado Springs, CO;
Amanda Howard, St. Louis, MO. Georgia is also
survived by and always so proud of her
great-grandchildren: Lyndie Jones, Ross Jones, Reese
Jones, Jase Jones, Grant Jones, Leah Jones, Cash
Schultejann, Colt Schultejann, Blake Warren, Max
Warren, Callie Shanle, Brookelyn and Addisyn Shanle.
She was preceded in death by her infant son John W.
Stoltz, parents Elsie and George and husband Dean.
Georgia has always been a hardworking, sweet hearted
soul who never knew a stranger. Some of the
brightest lights in this world are the good and
honest parents that give every part of themselves to
raise their family as best they can and hope they
got it right. Georgia was one of those people.
Visitation for Georgia will be from 5:00-7:00 p.m.
Monday August 19, 2019 at Fricke-Calvert-Schrader
Funeral Home in Lincoln. Private family graveside
will be held at a later date. Memorial contributions
can be made to the American Cancer Society.
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