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Jeanne Ann Bujdoso-Ceglarek

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“Love You Sister see You on the other side some day❤xo Joelle ”
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Jeanne Ann Bujdoso-Ceglarek, age 59 of Warren, died Saturday, September 8, 2018 at Ascension Macomb-Oakland Hospital, Warren Campus. She was born July 15, 1959 in Detroit, daughter of Colleen (nee: Quinn) Bujdoso, and the late Jozsef Bujdoso.

A registered nurse for many years, Jeanne had the skills of Florence Nightingale, the compassion of Mother Teresa, and the heart of a servant as she spent countless hours tending to the needs of the sick and infirm. With training that equipped her for the task ahead, Jeanne's immense care as a nurse were the result of so much more than what she learned in class,…it came from the depths of her being, an ingrained sense of compassion that cannot be taught. She worked long and hard hours in her tenure on the job, but simply being a part of a person's healing process instilled her with a pride and reward that made it all worthwhile.

When she wasn't on the job, Jeanne was the kind of person that was never comfortable just sitting around. She was very task oriented and always seemed to be in need of some kind of project. So it was no surprise to anyone when she adopted the task of remodeling her home. Having learned the do's & don't's of Do-It-Yourself construction, Jeanne strapped on her tool belt and dove into the deep end of the pool of home improvement. She worked diligently to meet her deadlines, accomplish the task set before her, and to satisfy the visions that filled her dreams.

So when Jeanne was free from work, whether on the job or at home, she was the kind of woman who could slay you with her transformation from nurse / remodeler to "fashionista." Possessing an incredible and knowledgeable eye for style and couture, Jeanne was often wowing & amazing folks with her stylish sense of dress and cosmetology. Exchanging the nursing scrubs for a touch of beauty was often her goal,…one which she achieved in spades.

Jeanne was also a person who loved to travel and experience beauty and splendor wherever it could be found. One of her favorite places to visit was the seaside hamlet of Saugatuck, Michigan. With its old world charm and the fresh water fragrance filling the air, it made for the perfect getaway for a little rest and relaxation,…and the reason she kept returning, time after time. Another of Jeanne's favorite destinations was the sunny delight of Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Another seaside attraction that became an oft chosen vacation spot, Florida provided Jeanne with a vast array of scenic splendor amidst the semi-tropical environment that just screamed,…relax.

Jeanne was the loving mother of Jozsef (fiancée, Kathleen) Ceglarek, and dear sister of Mary "Joelle" Bujdoso and Julie Smith, and loving aunt to Lura.

Arrangements have been entrusted to the D.S. Temrowski & Sons Funeral Home, 30009 Hoover Road at Common (12 ½ Mile Rd.) in Warren.

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