February 12, 2022
"May the road rise up to meet you. May the wind be always at your back May the sunshine warm your face, the rain fall soft upon your fields.."
Obituary of Roberta Irene Jagow
Roberta Irene Jagow entered into eternal peace with her sisters at her side and her favorite music playing on February 12th.
She was the daughter of the late Arthur and Ruth ( La Port) Jagow. Also proceeded are her brothers David Jagow and Joseph Jagow (Mary). Beloved sister of Julia Boczek (Bayside NY), Susan La Port (Lockport), Martha Ann Braunbach (David Wilczewski) Lockport, and younger brother Peter Jagow (Peoria, AZ). Also survived by a Niece and Nephew Jeff and Julie Jagow and numerous friends.
Roberta (Bobbie) was a 1959 graduate of Newfane Central School and attended the Fashion Institute of America (NYC). She retired from Thunderbird, the American Graduate School of International Business and Management in AZ.
Sun City Arizona had been her home for over 40 years. She enjoyed traveling, creating art, swimming, and walking. She was an avid storyteller.
Alzheimer's Disease brought her back home, she spent 6 years of quality time with sisters Susan and Martha. Roberta taught them patience, acceptance, and loving each other. Attending The Dale, Trinity Respite Program, and The Ralph Wilson Daycare brought her additional. joy. If you asked her if she knew where she was, her quick answer was, " I'm right here".
A special Thank you to Hospice who made her end days comfortable She will be missed by many.
Fond memories and condolences may be shared here. Memorials may be made to the Trinity Lutheran Respite Program and Hospice. A life well lived! burial will be at Trinity Lutheran Cemetary at the convenience of the family.
Bobbi was a person of great joy and everyone loved working with her. She was like a mother to us all. She was so generous and kind. Also a very unique person, strong, funny and direct. She will be greatly missed but always remembered.
Martha, I am so sorry for your loss. I loved painting with Bobbie at Trinity Respite. She was great to be with. She made me laugh and smile many times. We shared memories of our childhood in Newfane. I hold memories of her very dear in my heart. I will pray for your family at this time.
Dear Martha and Bobbie’s Family. We were sorry to hear of Bobbie’s passing. We enjoyed getting to know her for her honesty, wit, and the gifts she brought and shared with us. We know that in her time back in Lockport she was loved and supported by her family and those she came in contact with. Our prayers are with you.
Laurie and the members and volunteers at Trintiy Lutheran Respite
Bobbi was great to work with and would always have your back. She was very caring and giving. We enjoyed visiting her home and yard where she shared fruit from her incredible citrus trees.