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|Posted by: Valerie Flagg Manning|
Tue December 03, 2019
|Jane was my children’s nursery school teacher. She gave them so much more than a head start in learning. She was sweet, compassionate and loving. On days they needed more attention, she offered her time and quietness. As a neighbor she was cheerful and charming, giving back to the community as needed. We were fortunate to have such a lady as Mrs Cramer!|
|Posted by: Linda Walters|
Tue December 03, 2019
|To Jane's family, I want you to know Jane was the most delightful lady I ever met in Camden....I loved working with her at Clothing Connection and also driving her where she wanted to go....you were so blessed to have such a darling lady as the matriarch of your family. I am so sorry for your loss especially so soon after your dad's passing. God bless you and yours during this time with His comfort.|
|Posted by: Sally Carmer|
Sun December 08, 2019
|My dear mother-in-law, Jane Carmer, was a woman whose luminous outer beauty was more than matched by her amazing inner beauty. She was gracious and graceful. She was stylish and created a warm, comfortable home. She loved abundantly and authentically. She raised four amazing children, who produced six grandchildren who adored her. She welcomed me into the family with open arms, and when Jamie and I told his parents we were getting married, she cried with joy. She lived 94 amazing years, and brought grace, joy and love into the world in a way that few are able. My own mom taught me to be a strong woman; Jane taught me to temper that strength with grace and humility. She was delighted when I called her my “other mother.”
Rest In Peace, dear Jane. My heart is breaking even as I rejoice that you’re free of pain, and reunited with your loving husband of 69 years, Dick. My life is immeasurably enriched because I was allowed to be part of yours. You will always be in my heart. ❤️
With so much love, Sally
|Posted by: Jim Whitcomb|
Fri December 13, 2019
|Richard, Lisa, Dewitt and Jamie: How I remember our days growing up on Chestnut Hill. Your Mom was always welcoming when I stopped by, ready with a glass of orange juice. There were the football games in the backyard and watching the fireworks on the Fourth. A most vivid memory was your Mother's large bell which could be heard throughout the neighborhood calling the Carmers to dinner. My condolences on the loss of both your Mom and Dad, they helped make Chestnut Hill a special place to grow up.
|Posted by: Cheryl French|
Tue December 31, 2019
|My apologies for responding so late. My husband and I reside in Chittenango now and get caught up with the Queen Centrals when getting together with a Camden friend monthly for breakfast. Please accept our condolences. I'm glad I got to see Jane at Dick's memorial service in August. Jane was a lovely, kind and gracious lady. One of the best things I did while living in Camden was to volunteer at the Clothing Connection, where I met and worked Jane. It was very rewarding to be a part of something so needed by the area. Jane was always very respectful of whomever she came in contact with and never spoke unkindly of anyone. My husband and I are thankful for the opportunity to have known and worked with Jane and Dick. They both have touched our lives in a lasting and inspirational way.
Cheryl and Doug French
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