Jane-Wyman-Obituary

Jane Wyman

Obituary

Jane Wyman, an Academy Award winner for her performance as the deaf rape victim in "Johnny Belinda," star of the long-running TV series "Falcon Crest" and Ronald Reagan's first wife, died Monday, Sept. 10.

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You left us 11 years ago today - you are missed - your legacy lives on - Rest In Peace dear dear Jane - you have influenced me and my life more than you know -

I love watching All that Heaven Allows over and over again. I do not know why but the movie relaxes me. Jane Wyman was classy and had a very pleasant air about her, even when she is disappointed and asserting herself and her love for Rock.

Paid my respects to Ms. Wyman's resting place and left flowers - an amazing woman

A true and elegant lady - a class act - always one of my favorite actors - loved you in Falcon Crest and now re-watching your movies - RIP -

Maribeth Piscitelli
Las Vegas, NV

I just signed Van Johnsons guest book so you might have guessed my all time favorite movie is Miracle in the Rain.You were so believable sweet and compassionate as Ruth Wood I still cry every time I see that movie.You were such a beautiful and sweet actress that's when movie stars were truly stars and acted with grace and dignity and had a good moral compass .Thank you for your Wonderful performance in Miracle in the Rain.Like the movie says Love never dies.One of your biggest fans .Sincerely...

Ms. Wyman you were a gracious and elegant actress. (Miss you Angela Channing).

This is to let Jane Wyman know that we loved you in Falcon's Crest you were an incredible actress with such a elegance in that role and you showed such high class.
Sincerely
Clyde Mitter
Rest in peace

I will missed you. Rest in Peace.

Fantastic woman always to be remembered. Loved her movies. So talented and gracious. My sister actually took a picture with her when she was in town visiting. Wonderful lady.