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Jane Cape

CAPE, Jane - Cape, Jane Elizabeth (nee Crew). Gracefully, after a brief illness, on Wednesday June 13, 2018 in her 80th year. Survived by daughters Janice Mayuk, Anne Heathcote and Colleen McIlmoyle, and grandchildren Chris, Jasmine, Connor, Kate and Jack. Predeceased by her parents Doug and Ann Crew, and Bob, her husband of 41 years. Jane's tennis group, choir mates and nursing classmates were privy to her compassion and fun-loving nature. Special thanks to Bill Mayuk, Don Heathcote and Mike McIlmoyle for their unwavering support which allowed Jane to spend cherished time with her girls, to Ruth Ann Roe for her reassuring presence and a special thank-you to Dr. Kate Bailey for everything. Cremation has already taken place. A celebration of her life is planned for a later date. TBA. Donations to the Charity of one’s choice would be appreciated. Online condolences welcomed at THE HINNEGAN-PESESKI FUNERAL HOME LTD. 519 - 352 - 5120 13282010
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Tennis Friends
Posted by Rick and Artis Ingram (Friend) On Friday, July 27, 2018
We will miss Jane at Seven Lakes in Fort Myers. Jane played on my Bronze team, she loved playing tennis. We had so....much fun, playing and going to the tee room. I will truly miss her. Rest In Peace Jane.??

Artis and Rick Ingram

Posted by Pauline Babcock (Friend) On Tuesday, June 19, 2018
To Jane,s daughters sorry to hear of her passing I had the pleasure of working with your mom many years ago ..wonderful nurse and person Pauline Babcock
neighbor for many years
Posted by Jim & Linda Gee (next door neighbour) On Sunday, June 17, 2018
As I was growing up Jane, Bob and the girls were our next door neighbors. We had many great times and Jane will be remembered by myself and husband as a gracious, fun, fun loving lady. Our sympathy goes out to her girls and their families at this time of loss.
Posted by Margaret Twigg (friend) On Saturday, June 16, 2018
My thoughts are with you on the loss of your mother, Jane. I have many happy childhood memories playing with her when she spent summers on the Wilcox farm. It was also nice to reminisce when we would see each other over the years. May she rest in peace.

Margaret ( Zinner) Twigg

Heartfelt Condolences
Posted by Pat Cranstone (Friend & Classmate) On Saturday, June 16, 2018
In September 1959 19 strangers gathered in the Nurses Residence in Chatham. Over the next 3 years we became like sisters, sharing our laughs, cries, learning experiences. To this date we remain a group of "sisters" getting together to share our old and new stories. We remember Jane as the "Mother Hen" often bringing us back to reality. Jane's sudden passing saddens each of us and we will miss her dearly. Lovingly remembered by her Nursing classmates of St Joseph's Hospital class of 1962.

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