Jane McNeely
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Eaton Funeral Home
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Needham, MA 02492
Jane McNeely (Collinson) 71 beloved wife of Matthew McNeely of Dover, MA passed away March 29, 2021 at home, surrounded by family. Jane is survived by sons Michael and Natalie Schwartz of Las Vegas, NV, Benjamin and Erin Schwartz of Randolph, MA, Msgt Paul Schwartz of Altus, OK, grandchildren Elizabeth and Aaron Christians of Holman WI, Tyler and Aleesa Schwartz of Clear Lake, IA and great-grandchildren Emersyn and Brooks Christians, Elania, Adalynne and Victoria Schwartz. Jane is also survived by sister Jean and Larry Jesse, Ames Iowa; brother James Collinson and Sheryl Marvin, Toledo, Iowa; sister Janet Collinson and Richard Carroll, Muscatine, Iowa; brother Joel and Patsy Collinson, Grimes, Iowa, 7 nephews and 5 nieces as well as many friends. She was predeceased by her parents John and Lillian Collinson and mother-in-law Geneva McNeely, brother John Collinson, Jr. and sister Joan Campbell. Jane worked for Iowa State Market News, Wells Park Group, Massachusetts Health Data Consortium, Cooperative Central Bank and for Attorney Charles W. Long. Jane was an avid reader, loved gardening and spending days on our boat. Private services will be held for family. In lieu of flowers please consider a donation in Jane's memory to: Old Colony Hospice Services https://www. oldcolonyhospice.org/ or Caring Bridge https://www. caringbridge.org or to Beth Israel Deaconess Cancer Center https://www.bidmc.org/ give/ways-to-give. To share a memory of Jane, please visit www.eaton funeralhomes.com.
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Published by The Press from Apr. 1 to Apr. 9, 2021.
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