Jane Warner

BRISTOL, Tennessee

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Jane. You influenced so many in your short time here with us on Earth. Because of you, and your sunny disposition and positive energy, I met people I would otherwise never have met, and experienced things I would never have enjoyed. I know so many others feel the same. We will miss you, you will be remembered. You made a difference.

You inspired me at Sullins and you continued to inspire me today. Thank you for your light and life.

I hope there is some comfort in knowing how many people Jane touched, so profoundly, in her too-brief time with us. She inspired me with her leadership, and made me proud to call her a friend. The ALAC will thrive because of the vision she set for us, and everything we do – each bold, committed, passionate thought and deed – will honor her memory. Wishing those she loved peace, and eventually, laughter, when remembering Jane. She was an uncommon light in the world.

I am stunned and my heart is broken to hear this terrible news. Janie was my first hire in Tallahassee for MDA. She was also my best hiring decision I have ever made. She was loyal, dedicated, and such a hard worker. Through the years we have stayed in touch and I am still touched by her words of encouragement. She was a friend and my life is better because Janie crossed my path. This is such sad news. I truly miss her. I just shared this sad news with Brenda and she joins me in sending our...

What sad news for your family and friends of Jane. I remember the Warners very well and have always had nothing but warm feelings for all!! I hope you will find comfort and peace with her passing, as she lived an incredible life, helping others, which is how Jesus lived his life. Love to all, Retta "Retsy" Vance-Poynter

Dear Warner family and Kathleen,
I am so sorry that this world has lost such a compassionate and kind person as Janie was. I enjoyed horses, camp, and many bike rides with Janie. She was a very good friend to me and I remember have-ing my confidence boosted in her presence. Early one Sat. morning we rode a city bus to Sullins for our riding lessons. I was nervous about the bus ride, but Janie showed me the ropes in a kind manner. May God send you many sweet memories of her. Marty Daniel...

I'm so sorry to learn of Jane's passing, she was a wonderful friend, mentor and a great person to have fun with. She will be missed

To the entire Warner family,
We can't begin to say how sorry we are about Janie and how much she will be missed. Her smile and sense of humor was unmatched. We will miss her visits to McCall for sure. Our thoughts are with you, Esther and John

Laura Ann and John,
I just learned of your daughter's passing and want to express to you our deepest sympathy.
You are in our thoughts and prayers during this time of sorrow.
Love, J.B. and Pat Combs


Jane's Obituary

Jane Warner passed away in BRISTOL, Tennessee. The obituary was featured in Bristol Herald Courier on September 2, 2013.