What we remember about grandma jane taking me to the movies in Holland. she liked her popcorn with extra butter.We had lots of good times. Dee&Karen Kramer
To Rod, Bob, and Pam, my sincere condolences to one of the nicest ladies I've ever met. Growing up in the Milwood neighborhood in the 1960's and 70's, I visited the Van Syoc house many times and Mrs. Van Syoc was always so warm and friendly. Her smile made those visits ones I will always remember. May the countless memories of her long and happy life stay with you forever.
Dear Pam and John,
I am so sorry about the passing of your Mother, but so thankful it was peaceful. I know your care and attention to her was a blessing for her. I hope we see you on the 14th.
Pam, Rod, Bob and Families,
With deepest sympathy. We have very good memories of Aunt Jane. She was an inspiration; always happy, encouraging others, and just fun to be with. It was great to see the pictures, to remind us of all the good times that we had. My thoughts and prayers are with you, may God give you comfort during this difficult time.
What I will remember most about Jane is her joy and warmth. I enjoyed her sense of humor and her sweet spirit. She was a gift to St. Mark's, and I'm so thankful that I had the honor to call her my friend. I'll see you later, Jane. My sympathies to all of Jane's family and friends, I know she is missed by all.
Dear VanSyoc Family,
You have our deepest sympathies in the passing of Aunt Jane. She was a kind and compassionate person. The photos you posted were great. They brought back a lot of memories and smiles. Trips to your cottage we always fun. Pam, Bob, Rod, and families....you are in our thoughts and prayers.
In Christ, Jerry and Jayne Mastenbrook
:Your mother's tender smile and sweet chuckle reached so many of us at St. Mark's. Her gracious way of being glad to be with friends and her tender voice all will be remembered. Elizabeth Owens (Raleigh, NC)
Dear Van Syoc Family,
You have our deepest sympathies in the passing of Aunt Jane. She was a wonderful, caring person. Looking at the pictures you posted, brought back a lot of memories and a lot of smiles. Trips to the cottage were always great! Pam, Bob, and Rod and families....you are in our thoughts and prayers.
In Christ, Jerry and Jayne Mastenbrook
Pam, Bob, Rod and families,
We all have great memories of Jane which no one can take away. We also have the assurance that she is in a much better place, and that she is once again with Jay and her family who had gone on before her. What a time she must be having. May you feel God's peace at this time of sorrow experienced by those of us left behind. Love and miss you all.
Love Chuck and Julie Flanders
Pam,We are rejoicing with you that your MoM is now with Jesus and your Dad but also praying for His comfort for you and your family. Remember all the great times that we saw in the pics.You truly have a great family. Love,Joy & Eugene
Please accept our heartfelt condolences on the loss of your beloved Mother. I know your faith and trust in the Lord and all is well. You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers.
Your Mom was always so happy and smiling. We will miss her at our Friendship Class socials. Love to you and your family, Ted and Karen Prather
Sorry to hear of the loss of your mother. From looking at the pictures, you have many happy memories of her. I know you will miss her.
Danny and Mary Kay Barnett (Effingham, KS)
So sorry to hear about Aunt Jane's passing. She is in a great place and someday we will all be together again. Our thoughts and prayers for you Pam, Bob, Rod and family. We sure had a lot of great times at the cottage !
Sister in-law Luella McLouth, niece Brenda (Jim) Harris, nephew Brian (Deb) McLouth and family.
We are so grieved to hear of your loss of your Mother, Pam, but so thankful to know that she is now in the arms of Jesus. Much love to you, Marian Shuttlesworth