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JANE MARIE TIBUR

Arlington, Massachusetts

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TIBUR, Jane Marie (Mattaliano) In Woburn, February 27th. Beloved wife of John "Scotty" Tibur. Devoted mother of Joseph R. Tibur and his wife Marcia of Woburn. Dear sister of Elizabeth O'Neill of Bellingham, Geraldine McGrath of Lexington and the late Barbara Rotsart and Joseph Mattaliano....

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So sad to hear today of the loss of Jane. She will be truly missed by all the life's she touched. I had the pleasure of cutting her hair for years! There is no one that loved life and her family more than Jane did!! I'm so blessed to have know her... She is a love!! So sorry I missed the service's. Today is a sad for me to hear this. Love you Jane!!
Fondly Maureen Rogers

All your friends from Little Club will miss Jane tremendously.

Dear Scotty, Joe and Marcia,
So deeply sorry to you all for your incredible loss. But I feel so, so blessed and lucky to have had such a great lady influence every aspect of my own life. Selfless kindness and generosity to all who knew her, her great laugh, and her love for children. As a teacher of young children I hope I honor her memory each day by giving back a little piece of what she gave me. I love you Jane Marie, and thank you! Say hi to Dad for me..Love Jorie

Scotty and Joe.
Jane-Marie and Scotty's has always been One word for me.And my Moms favorite "One Word" also.I will miss Her more than I can say,and I'm sure She is having a good laugh and playing catch-up with Buddy and Nana. I love you guys.

I will miss you forever my Ree Ree. Love you Megan
To my wonderful, loving, generous and supportive aunt I will miss you and love you always. Thank you for always being their for my siblings, my children and myself. You gave us so much and went out of your way to make our lives special. A woman who always went above and beyond for her family and friends. I will cherish the memories and forever hold them in my heart. Love Kris

Scotty and Joe, I am so sorry for the loss of our beloved Jane Marie. She was a great lady and we all have great memories of her terrific sense of humor, being the 1st woman to play in the Taylor Hill Classic, and how much joy she gave to everyone. I'm sure they had a great reunion up in heaven.