Jeane Lou “Jaajee” McKeown, 65, of Virginia Beach, passed away November 8, 2022. Jeane was born on September 9, 1957, in Naga, Camarines Sur, Philippines to Santiago Beltrano and Helen Osdon-Beltrano.
She met Joseph Sr. at the local discotheque “Lambrau 29” in Philadelphia. Dancing was her favorite pastime and it was a hard time keeping her off the dance floor.
She loved nature and her home of Virginia Beach. It was always her favorite journey to drive under the tree-shaded roadways of Elbow Road or Shore Drive. She loved spending time with family, cooking, taking care of others, catching up with loved ones on social media like Facebook, and watching The Filipino Channel(TFC).
Jeane will be remembered as a loving mother, wife, and friend. She made bonds with her friends and family that will last into eternity. She will be remembered as a fighter until her final day. She dedicated her life to her husband and son, Joseph Sr. and Joseph Jr. She was the foundation of the home and always there when needed. The home was her sanctuary and she maintained it as well as anyone.
Jeane is survived by her husband Joseph Sr. and son Joseph Jr. She is also survived by her siblings: Maria Greaney(Fanny), Maria San Luis(Baby), and Mario Beltrano. She was predeceased by her mother Helen Beltrano, her father Santiago Beltrano, and her sister Maria “Merlet” Dayag.
Funeral Memorial Mass and inurnment will be held at St. John the Apostle Roman Catholic Church
1968 Sandbridge Rd Virginia Beach on Saturday December 17, 2022 at 2 pm
I am missing you so much my sister. We have been the closest and supportive of each other since childhood. .
Sending our condolences to the entire family. Jeane was a wonderful person with a great heart. May she RIP. From the Rojano family in Florida. Milly, Jake and kids.
My deepest condolences to the bereaved family. May her soul Rest In Peace! All my unity. Prayers assured.
Pain in the body is inferior to pain in the soul. The pain of being injured cannot be compared to the pain of losing a loved one, I’m missing you, Manay Jeane. You’re always in my mind, forever in my heart can’t forget that you treated me always as your little sister. Thanks for everything.
I am so sorry for your loss.
Praying for you and your family!
Auntie Jeane was a beautiful person inside and out. She had an awesome sense of humor and her laugh could brighten a room like a lighthouse in the darkest of night. Then there’s her smile…she can disarm you, calm you, and make your worries temporarily disappear just by her smile. There aren’t any words that can describe my sadness, but I’m consoled to know that she’s no longer suffering. Thoughts and prayers to Joe Handsome and Uncle Joe.
Jeane , you have a wonderful legacy! You are a wonderful Mother & Wife ! Enjoy your place in heaven!
Will always be loved and will never be forgotten. Love you Auntie Jean.
I will miss you always, my BFF. You’ll stay in my heart and will cherish our friendship forever. I take comfort in the thought that you’re now in the loving arms of God; reunited with your parents and sister.
My deepest condolences and sympathy to Joe and JH..
Jeane was my BFF; we laughed all the time when we talked to each other.
I’m sad to see you go, my friend but you’re in God’s loving arms now; no pain and reunited with your mom, dad and sister. I’ll miss you forever.
My sincerest condolences to Joe and JH.
To Jeane’s family, I am so sorry to hear about her passing. I hadn’t seen or spoke to Jeane in years as we only knew each other from my daughter and her son back in their high-school days.
To Joe Sr and Joe Jr, I offer my sincere condolences and pray that God consoles you during this time of mourning.
Jeane you were a great mom!
My deepest condolences on your loss Joe and family. You and the family are in my prayers.
Jeane was one of the nicest people that I ever met. She was a welcome and valued addition to our extended family. My sympathies and condolences to Joe and Joe Hanson and the rest of the McKeown and Beltrano families.
Aunt Jeane! I will miss you! Your love for everyone was so fierce and genuine. I grew up knowing what an amazing soul you have and I’m so deeply saddened that you are no longer here with us but, I’m also grateful that you are no longer in suffering. May God hold you in the palm of his hand. Until we meet again.
Jeane was a sweet and Beautiful friend..I knew her since I was 21 …she was a great Woman and I was Blessed to have her in my life and my daughters.May she now rest with the Angels..We are sending our Prayers to all her Family and Joe and her son JoHansen.🙏🙏❤
Jeane was the most caring and giving person I’ve known. She had a big heart and very loving. I will always cherish your memories you shared back in Nabua when we were younger. I’m sorry your journey here with us was cut short,but your journey with our creator is just started. Rest easy Jeane.🙏🙏🙏❤️ My heartfelt condolences to Joe and JH and to Fanny,Manay Bb and Manoy Mario.
Jeane you were always smiling when I got to see you. You always were positive and welcoming. You will be missed by all who ever met you.
Our deepest condolences, Joe & JoeH, we are thinking of you.
Jeane, always a special space in our hearts for you, kind beautiful soul.
Rest in Eternal Peace. God bless you.
My deepest condolences to you Joe and family for your tremendous loss. Always keep the great memories close to your hearts forever – she will never be forgotten! My positive thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family!
My sister Jean is always alert , jolly, witty and kind of heart. A real go getter and very loyal. I will miss my youngest sister very much I know she is in good hands now. Rest well Jean!
Wishing you and your family courage to face the days ahead and loving memories to hold in your heart forever.