Dear Steve and family my deepest sympathy to each of . I could never forget all the fun we had together during our St.Patricks days with the kids.
You all have never left my many found memories. Jane was so caring and giving to all of us. I will always remember her smile. Miss each of you
Our prayers will be with you and your family. Janey and I were born on the same day February 12 ( I was born in the morning and she was born just before midnight). Although I lived so far away from Illinois, Janey and I had a long conversation at my brother (Bill's) visiting hours last February. I guess I feel a closeness to Janey because we were born on the same day. May God be with you and your family.
Rosalie (Rouse) Poindexter, Hot Springs Village, Ar
Janey and I met in June 1963 at Coml Nat. Bnk. just after graduation and became instant friends. We had many laughs together, had our 1st drink ever at a Bank dinner, Sloe Gin fiz!We were in each others weddings..enjoyed each others new babies and watched them grow into wonderful adults..all 8 of them! I'll love her forever, my love and prayers to Steve, kids and siblings. I feel her presence this awful week...know she is at peace. xoo
Steve & family, our sincere sympathies on the loss of Jane. Steve your life together with Jane as a loving couple is an inspiration to us all. Our heartfelt condolences, Gary & Carrie Tilly
I'll never forget those days when Jane babysat for my young children. She was always a very caring and loving person. I was amazed that she and you knew from the start that you were made for each other. Doc, you were a very lucky person. Cherish those memories. Kathy and I offer our condolences and pray for your healing during this time of sorrow. Ray and Kathy Rogers