Obituary of Jeannette Geiger Taegder
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Jeannette Geiger Taegder, née Roth, of Hudson, Florida was born October 23, 1933 and died peacefully with her family at her side on January 17, 2021. She was 87 years old. Jeannette was predeceased by her parents, William and Estella Roth of Newburgh, NY; husband Harry I. Geiger of Montgomery, NY, second husband, Harold “Ted” Taegder, formerly of Walden, NY; Brother-in-law, Lester (Skip) Geiger of Montgomery, NY and daughter-in-law, Robin Geiger, née Gottlieb, of Middletown, NY. She is survived by her three sons: Harry T. Geiger of Hudson, FL: William Geiger of Middletown, NY, and Kevin Geiger and his wife Sandra of Matamoras, PA; and grandchildren: Kevin Geiger Jr of Stormville, NY; Melissa Carney, her husband Richard, and their son Alexander of Clearwater, FL; Alicia Fina, her husband Jeffrey and their children Chase and Emmalynn of Washingtonville, NY; Alexandra Geiger Khanna and her husband Kabir of NY, NY; Jacqueline Roth Guido and her wife Renee, and their son Ezekiel of New Paltz, NY; Hillary Geiger of Orlando, FL, and Harrison Geiger of Orlando, FL.; sister-in-law: Arlene Geiger of Montgomery, NY. Jeannette is also survived my several nieces and nephews as well as grandnieces and grandnephews. Jeannette was born and raised in New York City before moving to Orange County to work alongside her parents in the restaurant they managed in Newburgh. It was there where she met her future husband Harry Geiger. They settled in Montgomery and were married for 35 years. While raising her sons, Jeannette was very generous with her time by volunteering with the Montgomery little league and as a den mother with the cub scouts. In 1988 she met and eventually married Ted Taegder. They were married for 19 years and resided in Hudson, Florida. While living on their beloved Gulf of Mexico, Jeannette and Ted enjoyed all that the gulf had to offer. They spent many hours fishing, boating and sightseeing together. Jeannette was an active member of the Hudson First United Methodist Church as well as a member of the The Ladies of Sea Ranch Red Hats. Interment and a graveside memorial service will be held at the Brick Church Cemetery in Montgomery, NY at a later date this spring. In lieu of flowers, Jeannette has requested that donations be made in her honor to the Mortgage Principal Fund of the Hudson First United Methodist Church.To plant a beautiful memorial tree in memory of Jeannette Taegder, please visit our Tree Store
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