Jane Shaw

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  • "Charlie & Debra We will miss your mom. She was a constant..."
  • "Hello Charlie I always think of you and your Mom when I..."
    - Randal Dosier
  • "Mrs. Shaw was a great nurse; I learned a lot from her at..."
    - Mary Stallings Clarke
  • "Debra and Charlie, I will miss that sweet wonderful little..."
  • "I will miss sitting out on the back patio and talking with..."
    - Terri Turner
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AUGUSTA, Ga. - Ms. Jane F. Shaw, 86, of Augusta, GA, passed away on Friday, April 27, 2012 at Trinity Hospital. She is now walking peacefully with Jesus. A Celebration of Her Life will be held on Tuesday, May 8, 2012 at 11:00 a.m. at Midland Valley Community Church of the Nazarene. Born in Aiken, SC, she was the daughter of the late Charlie Fox and Eunice Matthews Fox. She was a lifelong resident of the CSRA. Jane graduated from Barrett School of Nursing. She was a retired evening and night nursing supervisor from Gracewood State Hospital and she had worked part-time at University Hospital. Jane enjoyed working in her garden. She loved attending church at Midland Valley Community Church of the Nazarene where she was a member. Jane was selfless her entire life; she gave to anyone and everyone. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her brothers, Ashton Fox, Bruce Fox, Anderson Fox, Bill Fox and Carl Fox; sisters, Geneva Maddox and Mandy Hoose. She is survived by her son, Charles Charlie Shaw and his wife, Debra, of Augusta; sister, Maude Corley, of North Augusta; brother, Ralph Fox, of Aiken; grandchildren, Sarah Ellen Walsh and her husband Bill, Tiffany Ann Worthington and her husband Brad and Charles David Shaw, Jr.; great grandchildren, Trey, Hannah and JaneAnne Walsh, Alexander and Zachary Worthington. The family will receive friends on Tuesday after the service at the Church. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Music Ministry of the Midland Valley Community Church of the Nazarene, PO Box 645, Clearwater, SC, 29822.
Published in The Augusta Chronicle on Jan. 1, 1900