• Visitation at Poole Funeral Home
  • 3 pm – 4 pm Friday, July 30, 2021
  • Memorial Service at Poole Funeral Home
  • 4 pm Friday, July 30, 2021

Jaclyn C. Alyea, 65 of Germantown, passed away unexpectedly April 9th, 2020 after a brief battle with cancer.

Jaci was born on November 25th, 1954, the daughter of Carl and Vivian Lemke.  She was raised in Saukville, attending Immaculate Conception Catholic School and graduated from Port Washington High in 1972.  She earned an Associate Degree in Accounting from MATC

On March 1st, 1986, Jaci married Robert Alyea.  Together they made their home in Germantown, enjoying many trips and cruises together, and with friends.

She was employed at Tecumseh, Plibrico, Brown Deer School District and 25 years at Tool Fabrication Company in Wauwatosa where she proudly served until her retirement in 2016.

Jaci is survived by her husband Bob, mother Vivian Lemke of Port Washington, brothers Lee (Leigh Anne) Lemke of Cedarburg, Mark (Judi) Lemke of Grafton and Joel Lemke of Saukville; nephews Andrew Lemke, Keith (Dana) Pegelow, and many dear friends and relatives.

Jaci is preceded in death by her father, Carl H. Lemke, grandparents Walter and Marie Lemke (Saukville Floral), Paul and Loretta Fox of Sheboygan and niece Jennifer Lemke.

Memorials to the Polycystic Kidney Disease Foundation (www.pkdcure.org) or Woodland Dunes Nature Preserve (www.woodlanddunes.org) are greatly appreciated.

Memorial services will be held 4pm, Friday, July 30, 2021 at the Poole Funeral Home, 203 N. Wisconsin Street, Port Washington. Visitation 3-4pm, Friday, July 30, 2021 at the funeral home prior to the service.



  1. Deepest sympathy and prayers going out to the family.

  2. Jaci was a dear friend. We went to 8 yrs of grade school and also thru high school. We played together quite a bit when we lived i Saukville. I last saw Jaci at our class reunion just a few years ago.
    Jaci had a heart of gold. I miss her already. Peace & Hugs to you my friend.

  3. We are shocked at this news. Please accept our deepest sympathies. She was a very kind soul and a wonderful person. From all the Flanders

  4. To my forever friend and Nicole’s favorite godmother
    Our hearts are broken but we know your at peace and our Lord has freed you from all pain
    We will miss your sense of humor and your kindness.
    I will especially remember all the fun times we had over these 45+ years and how you were always there for us.
    We miss u buddy and know we will see you soon

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