Jane Ott

Emmitsburg, Maryland

Oct 2, 1947 – Aug 14, 2013 (Age 65)


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EMMITSBURG, MD Jane Ott, 65, died peacefully Wednesday, August 14, 2013, at Frederick Memorial Hospital. She was the wife of David M. Ott, to whom she was married 45 years. Born October 2, 1947, in Hanover, she was the daughter of the late Ordean and Catherine Routson Winand. Jane, along with her...

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you are in my thoughts and prayers at this hard time. .she will be missed by many .

I am so very sorry to hear of Jane's passing,she was never anything less than nice to me.I am glad that our paths crossed in this life and hope to meet her again in the next one. R.I.P Jane....Prayers for the family.

Dave, We are so sorry to hear of Jane's death. Our hearts ache for you and your family. May you find strength and comfort. Our most memorable time with both of you was OC bike week with Scott and Lisa. You both made our week full of fun and memories. Thinking of you and your family at this very sad time.

To guide you thru eternal life my dear friend! I love you!

Dear Dave, we are so devastated and shocked to hear of Jane's passing. I personally, have many memories of fun and laughter with her. She will be missed terribly!!! Our prayers are with you, Jeremiah, Jerica and the rest of the family. We are soooo sorry for your loss. Hugs.

To the Ott family; I am very sorry to hear about Jane. You are all in my thoughts and prayers. Rest in peace Jane.

So sorry to hear about Jane..My prayers are with you at this time. love you!

Dear Dave,
Michael and I are very sorry to learn of your wife's passing. Even though we did not have the pleasure of knowing Jane personally, there were many lovely and wonderful things said about her at the Palms Restaurant last evening by a very dear friend. Please know that you and your family are in our thoughts and prayers. With sincere and deepest sympathy, Michael Smith & Patty Shryock-Smith

I can't be there but am thinking of all the family - so many good times spent over the years. Aunt Barb