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Jayne (Floyd) Setzekorn

Jayne (Floyd) Setzekorn, 81, of Mt. Vernon died 12:30 P.M. 
May 14, 2006, at her home. 

Mrs. Setzekorn was born August 15, 1924, in Fort Smith, Arkansas 
the daughter of George and Della Jayne (Moore) Floyd. On April 15, 1944, 
she married Dr. James W. Setzekorn at St. John's Methodist Church in 
St. Louis, Missouri; Dr. Setzekorn died November 20, 1993. 

Jayne attended elementary school in Stillwater, Oklahoma, graduated from 
Mt. Vernon High School and attended Ward Belmont College for Women in 
Nashville, Tennessee. Jayne was a Jefferson County American Red Cross 
volunteer for many years serving on the Board and as Chapter Chairman. 
She also was on a committee to organize the Good Samaritan Hospital 
Auxiliary and served as the First President for two years. She was 
Administrative Counselor "Emeritus" of the Mitchell Museum at Cedarhurst, 
Member of the First United Methodist Church, P.E.O. Sisterhood, Chapter GO, 
Fortnightly Study Club, World Affairs Forum, and Priscilla Circle at First 
United Methodist Church. 

A memorial services will be held 1:30 p.m. Friday, May 26, 2006 at First 
United Methodist Church in Mt. Vernon, with the Rev. David Eadie officiating. 
Following the service Family will receive friends in the Zadok Casey Room at 
the church. Burial was held at Oakwood Cemetery. 

Mrs. Setzekorn is survived by five Nephews, Dr. Lanny F. Trotter Edmond, 
Oklahoma, George B. Floyd, Hopkinsville, Kentucky, George C. Allen, Arlington, 
Texas, Michael Setzekorn Newburg, Indiana, and James A Setzekorn of St. Charles, 
Missouri; brother-in-law Dr. Jack Setzekorn of Dix; two nieces, Janet L. Setzekorn 
Tampa, Florida and Mrs. Charles H. Lewis of Dallas, Texas; 11 great nephews and 
three great nieces, one great-great niece, and one great-great nephew. 

She was preceded in death by her parents, husband, two bothers, five sisters 
and one niece. 

In Lieu of flowers memorials may be made to the First United Methodist Church, 
Good Samaritan Hospital Auxilary, Jefferson County American Red Cross, Girl 
Scout Little House, PEO Sisterhood Continuing Education Fund or the Charity 
of the donor's Choice and will be accepted by Newell Funeral Home in Mt. Vernon 
or may be mailed to Newell Funeral Home 2707 North Street Mt. Vernon, Illinois 
62864. For more information call Newell Funeral Home at 618.246-0100 or visit 
online at for further information.

Date: 24 May 2006
Source: Register-News
Submitted by:  Robert W. Loman

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