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Jean Marie Schlickenmayer, 68, of Apache Junction, AZ, peacefully passed away on November 5, 2021 with her sister by her side.

Jean was born on October 18, 1953 to Alvin and Mildred (Fiaman) Werhi in Dickenson, ND. After graduating from Bismarck High School, Bismarck, ND in 1971, she married Dennis Schlickenmayer and moved to Minnesota where she pursued a Certified Medical Assistant degree. They raised their 3 sons in Isanti, MN. She worked as a CMA for a number of years before going to work for the State of MN as a Human Resource Technician. Jean excelled in her field and met many people making lifelong friends. She retired in 2003 after 22 years. After retiring, Jean had time to pursue her love of being a snow bird and for the last 7 years was a fulltime resident in Apache Junction, AZ. Some of Jean’s favorite hobbies and interest included Nascar and RVing to many race tracks around the country. She enjoyed boating and fishing, especially a good walleye dinner. She was a member of the Fraternal Order of Eagles#3850 where she enjoyed playing bingo, pool and the comradery of her many friends who will dearly miss her.

Jean was preceded in death by her parents and son, Zachary. She is survived by her sons Kelly (Chele) Cambridge, MN and Joshua (Taryn) North Branch, MN, grandchildren Bailey, Casey and Taylore, her sister Sharon Kimball(Bill) in Apache Junction, AZ, and her brother Curt Wehri(Lynn) in Bismarck, ND and many other loving family members and dear friends.

Services will be held at later date.

“In lieu of flowers, please be kind to someone. Call a friend or relative you haven’t reached out to recently, forgive someone. All acts of kindness are appreciated.”

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8 responses to “Jean Marie Schlickenmayer”

  1. Barb Barnes says:

    Jean will surely be missed by her family, relatives, and friends. My sympathies to all who knew and loved her.

  2. Rochele and Joe Lillion says:

    We are so sorry to hear we lost Jean. She was a wonderful friend and auntie to our children. She will be missed, our prayers to Jelly, Josh and the entire family <3

  3. Juanita and Larry Palmby says:

    We will remember her and love her forever ♥

  4. Dawn K says:

    Enjoyed seeing her when I visited AZ such a good friend! She will be missed.

  5. Lisa and Todd Welch says:

    Rest in sweet peace Miss Jean, you will be missed by all who were lucky enough to meet you.

  6. Kimm Lilleboe says:

    I am so very sad to hear
    of Jean’s passing. So was a very wonderful person and the fun memories from her times at the campgrounds at Captains will forever be cherished.

  7. Karl Binger says:

    Jean – you lived well and will treasure our friendship. I cannot imagine how glorious your days are now. See you soon.

  8. Cindy Anderson says:

    Rest In Peace in Gods arms my friend. You’ll be greatly missed by all your family and friends. 🕊

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Jean Marie Schlickenmayer


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Jean Marie Schlickenmayer, 68, of Apache Junction, AZ, peacefully passed away on November 5, 2021 with her sister by her side.

Jean was born on October 18, 1953 to Alvin and Mildred (Fiaman) Werhi in Dickenson, ND. After graduating from Bismarck High School, Bismarck, ND in 1971, she married Dennis Schlickenmayer and moved to Minnesota where she pursued a Certified Medical Assistant degree. They raised their 3 sons in Isanti, MN. She worked as a CMA for a number of years before going to work for the State of MN as a Human Resource Technician. Jean excelled in her field and met many people making lifelong friends. She retired in 2003 after 22 years. After retiring, Jean had time to pursue her love of being a snow bird and for the last 7 years was a fulltime resident in Apache Junction, AZ. Some of Jean’s favorite hobbies and interest included Nascar and RVing to many race tracks around the country. She enjoyed boating and fishing, especially a good walleye dinner. She was a member of the Fraternal Order of Eagles#3850 where she enjoyed playing bingo, pool and the comradery of her many friends who will dearly miss her.

Jean was preceded in death by her parents and son, Zachary. She is survived by her sons Kelly (Chele) Cambridge, MN and Joshua (Taryn) North Branch, MN, grandchildren Bailey, Casey and Taylore, her sister Sharon Kimball(Bill) in Apache Junction, AZ, and her brother Curt Wehri(Lynn) in Bismarck, ND and many other loving family members and dear friends.

Services will be held at later date.

“In lieu of flowers, please be kind to someone. Call a friend or relative you haven’t reached out to recently, forgive someone. All acts of kindness are appreciated.”

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8 responses to “Jean Marie Schlickenmayer”

  1. Barb Barnes says:

    Jean will surely be missed by her family, relatives, and friends. My sympathies to all who knew and loved her.

  2. Rochele and Joe Lillion says:

    We are so sorry to hear we lost Jean. She was a wonderful friend and auntie to our children. She will be missed, our prayers to Jelly, Josh and the entire family <3

  3. Juanita and Larry Palmby says:

    We will remember her and love her forever ♥

  4. Dawn K says:

    Enjoyed seeing her when I visited AZ such a good friend! She will be missed.

  5. Lisa and Todd Welch says:

    Rest in sweet peace Miss Jean, you will be missed by all who were lucky enough to meet you.

  6. Kimm Lilleboe says:

    I am so very sad to hear
    of Jean’s passing. So was a very wonderful person and the fun memories from her times at the campgrounds at Captains will forever be cherished.

  7. Karl Binger says:

    Jean – you lived well and will treasure our friendship. I cannot imagine how glorious your days are now. See you soon.

  8. Cindy Anderson says:

    Rest In Peace in Gods arms my friend. You’ll be greatly missed by all your family and friends. 🕊

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