So sorry to hear of Jane's passing. We always had great fun on the holidays & birthdays at our Uncle Clarence's as we celebrated with the Heinlein clan. I always thought sharing an Uncle was kind of a neat thing.
It was good to see Jane last year at our confirmation reunion. I look forward to seeing her again in the presence of our Savior.
So sorry to about Jane's passing. I graduated with Jane and was friends during high school, even then Jane had a way of making you laugh with her wonderful personally. I'm sure she will be missed.
Words cannot express my thoughts of deep sadness in the loss of Jane.
She was the spark plug of us "Heinlein girls" and always a friend when anyone was in need. My most cherished early memory of Jane was when we were little kids and she let me hang with her--even though there was a 5 year age difference. Monumental when so young. We would meet up at Grandma Heinlein's house and run out to the barn out back, crawl underneath on our hands and knees to bury what was perceived to be valuable treasures in our special hiding place, and then laugh and jabber incessantly without a care in the world. I hold this dear memory close in my heart.
Always a smile for me--always an acute understanding we had for each other. A life so cherished -- a lost so sudden -- my heart and those of her special family and friends so broken. I will remember her always as my baking and gardening guru, my cousin and my friend.
Jan(ice) (Heinlein) Armstrong
I was saddened to hear of Jane's passing but rejoice at her soul's presence in heaven. Now I am even more grateful than ever that she was able to join the rest of us at our 50th Confirmation Class reunion last year and look forward to the day when all of us can celebrate together again heaven.