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In Memory

Jane Hamburg (Eickenroht)

Jane Hamburg (Eickenroht)

MARY JANE HAMBURG EICKENROHT: May 31, 1945—September 18, 2021.

Mary Jane Hamburg Eickenroht, 76, passed away on September 18, 2021. She was born on May 31, 1945, in Bryan, to parents Richard Charles Hamburg and Eula Myrle Hamburg. Mary Jane loved traveling, and putting together family reunions and birthday parties. She also enjoyed gambling and playing bingo. She was loved dearly and will be remembered by her generosity of taking care of others.  It is with great sadness she leaves behind a mourning family.

She was preceded in death by her husband Don Eickenroht; parents, Richard “Buddy” and Myrle Hamburg; and brother, Ronnie Hamburg.

She is survived by her stepson, Michael Eickenroht; granddaughter, Kacie Eickenroht; sisters, Joyce Tate, Becky Gopffarth, Judy Cass (Paul), and Wanda Lavender; as well as numerous nieces and nephews.

Visitation will be at Heritage Oaks Mortuary Chapel, 2502 W.W. White Road, San Antonio TX 78222, on Friday, September 24, 2021, from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m. Funeral services will be at Heritage Oaks Mortuary Chapel on Saturday, September 25, at 1:00 p.m., followed by interment at San Jose Burial Park, 8235 Mission Road, San Antonio TX 78214 on September 25.


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09/23/21 02:52 PM #1    

Margaret Petroski (McAughan)

Jane you always had a smile on your face.  Vaya Con Dios. 

09/24/21 04:32 PM #2    

Karen Geppert (Miller)

Jane was my dearest friend, neighbor and playmate from an early age through the 8th grade. We had bikes and could go every where. She  was the fun!! We had many adventures.  Her imagination was endless. We played shoe board down with all the neighbors nightly. I am so grateful for all the reunions so we could reconnect.  She was a blessing in my life, Karen Geppert Miller

09/25/21 04:09 PM #3    

Laura Jean Allen (Loving)

Jane was a quiet constant in many of our lives. "Quiet" because she was a shy person. "Constant" because she was a loyal and kind friend. I regret that I did not tell her face to face how much I valued her friendship.

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