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Elizabeth Clark

Jane B Clark

March 09, 1948 - May 11, 2020

We wanted to celebrate the life of Jane B Clark. Collecting your stories and memories will be a comfort. Thank you for contributing to this lasting memorial.

OBITUARY
Jane Bancroft Clark, known to friends as Janie, passed away in her home surrounded by family on May 11th, 2020. A 15-year resident of Sanibel Island, Florida, she was born and raised in Rochester, New York and was a former...  see more
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  • anne hixson
    We were so sad to hear about the passing of Janie. She was one of the first persons I met when we moved into Stonehenge. I remember our chats at the bus stop and how kind she and Elizabeth were to my younger children. Janie will always hold a special...  more
  • Laura Weiler
    Liz, I am so sorry for the loss of your mother. She was also so kind during high school, with her beautiful smile and encouraging words. Please know I am thinking of you and your family.
  • Elizabeth Clark
    Elizabeth Clark added 1 photo(s) to the memorial Jane B Clark:
  • Rob Short
    I am so very sorry to hear of our loss of Janie. I have so many wonderful memories of her in the library at Trinity, always smiling, always helpful, always a great person to have around. I knew her as a rare and wonderful person. The most striking aspect...  more
  • Steve Mapp
    I am so sorry to hear of Jane's passing. We were neighbors and her boys, Robey and Wylie, went to W.W. Gordon Elementary with my boys, Jeff and Kevin. Jane and I were room mothers and very active in the PTA. She was always there to help in any way she...  more
  • Kathy Sefrin
    I am so sorry to hear of Janie’s passing. I met her when Robey was a fourth grader at W.W. Gordon Elementary school. I was his teacher and Janie was my room mother. We had a great year together. With her help we had a medieval fair, taught the kids...  more