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  1. Gordon Roberts

    Jane was kind, gentle, and loving. She embraced nature and scenic vistas, oceans, animals of all sorts, beautiful colors, textures, and fragrances. She had a sophisticated aesthetic, and a keen eye for quality. Jane had a radiance and beauty that was remarked upon by many. She had a quick mind, adept at solving puzzles, and was disciplined in her lifestyle. She stoically managed her Type 1 Diabetes from early childhood. She held tight to a lifelong meatless diet and anti-cruelty stance. She helped others in need. She doted on her two dachshund rescues, Bea and Jasper. Jane and I met in New York in early 1979, 42 years ago. She and I had a whirlwind romance — Studio 54 and the like — and lived together for four years. Despite other liaisons, we never lost each other, and our roots intertwined. How fortunate I am to have had her as a lifetime friend. I know Jane touched many other lives as well, and she was loved. Her sudden passing is tragic and sad; I will remember her light.

  2. Bruce and Erica Hamilton

    Jane was such a special soul. Her calm demeanor is missed. My Condolences to her siblings and other family members.

  3. Helen Berge

    Thinking of Jane and the family often. Wishing you all condolences for a much loved family member and friend.
    – Helen and Torjus Berge

  4. Stephen Nason

    Condolences to friends and family. A heartbreaking loss.

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