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Jane Livesey

Houston, Texas

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Jane Pennington Livesey died in Pagosa Springs Colorado on January 4th 2012, following a 20 month battle with brain cancer. She was born in Greeley, Colorado on 19th September, 1954 to Dean and Carol Pennington. She is survived by her father and stepmother, Dean and Wanda Pennington of...

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Dear Jane and family, I know a year goes by fast but the sorrow remains. You accomplished so much but your greatest legacy is your wonderful family. I know you are resting peacefully with your eternal smile.

I was blessed to have cared for Jane for the past few months. From the very first day, I felt a connection with her and looked forward to spending my days helping her with her therapy exercises, and trying to bring joy to her life, but it was she that brought happiness to mine. She was a true joy and I'm so very thankful that God brought us together during her last few months, and thankful to have known such a gracious and funny lady. God keep you in his care, Jane. You are missed

To the family of one my favorite
co-workers,Jane had a smile that would light up any room. We loved talking about our children and grandkids,I never got to tell her that I beat her and that I have Seven now. She loved her Family so much,Rest in peace dear friend I will see you again one day.

Jane was close to my heart as my girlhood best friend. She was so much fun to be around, and I never knew a moment's drama with her. Very sweet, even tempered, and just an all-around 'let's do it' person. Obstacles never had a chance around her. She lived a full life, but it was her family that she was so proud of. I know they will miss her terribly, but they are showing what a loving, supportive family looks like. Rest in peace, my friend, and keep smiling.

We were so fortunate to be able to welcome Jane into our family when she married our brother Graham thirty eight years ago.
Jane always had a special place in all our hearts especially those of our mum and dad. Visits to see Graham, Jane and family and the "Americans'' " visits to us in England and Wales were the highlights of many years.
We will always rememberJane for her patient love and kindness, positive enthusiasm for life and her great sense of fun and we also...

Carla (Greatsinger) Seipel and Greg Seipel went to OCS and Wheelus with Jane. She was always a nice person to be around and we will cherish our memories with her.

I worked with Jane at Memorial City in the 1990's. She was the most gracious woman and it was always a pleasure to be around her. She never seemed to have a bad day because of her positive attitude. She will be missed in this world. She has made such a huge positive impact on many people's lives. God bless you all and especially you, Jane. Denise Whitehouse, Spring, Tx

We are saddened to learn of the loss of Jane, who was a proud alum of our school. She gave so much to the nursing profession, and helped to educated the future generation of nursing students. Dean Starck, UTHSC-H