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August 21, 2018

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February 6, 2018
Such inspiration, dedication, and visible love of life, family and God. I remember Barry saying years ago if the time came he would quit working to care for Jane full time. Both of them were so lucky to have one another! Always there for each other. She will be missed until you meet again in a happy reunion.
February 6, 2018
Neighborly remembrances of the Steretts and sad condolences for loss of courageous Jane, from the McKerns.
February 4, 2018
Barry, Maggie and Alison, I hope your happy memories help to ease some of the sadness of missing her.
Some of of my memories: Jane was the mom who planned wonderful art projects when she hosted playgroup, but never complained when I just let the kids run around. She was the preschool teacher who corrected Andy's three year old gender expectations that boys (like grampa, dad, and self) were left handed and always had to sit on the other side of the table from right handed girls (like Gramma, mom and sister). She was the calm, tactful voice on our Junior League's Executive committee. She was the person who planned school bulletin boards on a Christmas shopping trip to Portland--and said she couldn't believe how lucky she was that coloring and cutting were part of her job. She's also a person who left the world a better place than she found it--and will be missed.
February 4, 2018
My deepest sympathy to Jane's family. She was my son's teacher at Fairfield Elementary. He always enjoyed her class. She did love those kids. Thank you for helping shape the lives of our children! God bless you.