• Gary L. Kaufman Funeral Home at Meadowridge Memorial Park
    Elkridge, MD
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Dr. Eugenie A. "Jane" Connall 1955 - 2014

Dr. Eugenie A. "Jane" Connall

Monday, May 18, 2015
My heart breaks for Dr Jane and her family and all those who knew her. She was so kind and compassionate, and would extend her hand well beyond her practice to comfort, help and guide those that needed it. She helped me immensely and I will never forget her and how she supported me through my personal trials. LN
Thursday, April 30, 2015
My thoughts go out to Jane's family and her close friends. She helped me through a tough time for about a year nearly 8 years ago and she is one of those people you never forget because she is such a memorable person. Jane was genuinely kind, easy to talk to, and was someone you could always open up to. I now have a family of my own and I looked her up to see if she would want to catch up sometime. I was so shocked to see an obituary come up and my heart is broken... but she will surely be missed. I will never forget that remarkable woman.

I would love to get in touch with her family if possible. I do know she had two young daughters. Or possibly pay my respects to her site. Please let me know.
Wednesday, March 04, 2015
Jane was a dear and precious friend. We laughed a lot and we cried a lot. She was brilliant, compassionate and so loving. Her generosity is legendary. From Godiva chocolates to spa treatments, Jane was always giving. Because of her, I began going to afternoon teas at the Four Seasons and other exquisite places throughout the DC area. She worked for me as one of my Directors of an adolescent group home which she turned into a model program. Everything she touched turned to gold. The world has lost a special person, but her legacy will last forever. Special love to Des and the girls whom she adored. My prayers are with you.
Friday, September 26, 2014
I loved her. She will forever hold a place in my heart. She has helped me so much. She was a strong woman, that never let anyone see, any of the pain, or struggle, she was going through, but empathized, with everyone else's problems. -Kelly Streit
Friday, April 25, 2014
Jane was more than a therapist, she was a life coach for so many people. She was so brilliant and compassionate. Our condolences to your family, she will missed by all.
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