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Jane A. (Higgins) Linscott RN

Lowell, Massachusetts

Jul 29, 1934 – Apr 8, 2016 (Age 81)

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Jane A. (Higgins) Linscott, RN, a Lowell resident, passed away on Friday, April 8, 2016, at a local health care facility. She was the beloved wife of the late Frank H. Linscott, Jr. Born in Lowell on July 29, 1934, she was a daughter of the late Vincent and Henrietta (Stafford) Higgins. Jane...

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To Jane's Family,
So sorry for your loss.
I worked with your Mom at the Moody school.
She always had a smile, no matter what
the situation.
She will be missed.
Michele Reynolds

Maryjane, Mark and CarolAnn:
My deepest sympathy to you all. It was a honor and pleasure to know her and make awesome family memories together and I am so glad that I could spend time with her. I know that she is flying high in the sky with both my dad and grandmother. May she rest in peace.
~Love & hugs Cassandra Michaud xoxo

Maryjane, Mark & CarolAnn:

I am sorry I can't be with you this week, but my thoughts and prayers are with you.

What wonderful memories I carry of our times together, all of them filled with laughter.

What a friendship our Mothers shared over all these years, a blessing to them both and to all of us. She will be missed dearly.

Patty McGann Schrand

My whole-hearted condolence to all who are touched by the loss of such a wonderful woman. I will never forget all the fun times we shared and her amusing and loving spirit that made all our family gatherings one to remember. I am certain she is continuing her enjoyment with my mom and husband as they watch and wait for us in heaven. With All My Love, Pam Michaud XOXO

My whole-hearted condolence to all who are touched by the loss of such a wonderful woman. I will never forget all the fun times we shared and her amusing and loving spirit that made all our family gatherings one to remember. I am certain she is continuing her enjoyment with my mom and husband as they wait and watch over us in heaven. With All My Love, Pam Michaud XOXO

Maryjane, Mark and Carolann-

I have had so many memories these last few days of Aunt Jane, Uncle Frank, and all of us at 'camp' or The Rita. I can see Aunt Jane sitting in the back porch, after work, sipping a beer, peaceful. I strongly remember the summer my Mom, Jane, Marleen and Rita went up to NH to finish up their degree. Those Sunday afternoon gatherings on the screen porch, with all the gang laughing about stories from their training days, were special times.

Jane was the sweetest lady I've ever met. She was fun and easy going, She accepted everyone and judged nobody regardless of their station in life. Jane made me the best date nut bread on the planet and shortly before her passing she gave me her secret recipe. She will be missed by all and I am absolutely positive that she is already looking down at us from heaven. Goodbye Jane. Love you.

My deepest sympathy to the family she was a great woman.May she rest in peace. She is no longer in pain. Love, Sherril Henderson

MaryJane, Mark & Carolann:

I am sorry I can't be there with you this week. My thoughts are heart are with you.
What great times we shared and what laughs Aunt Jane always provided.
How blessed we were to have her in our lives. We will miss her dearly.
Patty McGann Schrand