Elizabeth Jane Tennille

10 January, 194219 April, 2021

Elizabeth Jane Tennille was born on January 10, 1942 and passed away on April 19, 2021 and is under the care of Brentwood-Roesch-Patton Funeral Home.

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Marie Bowers

25 April 2021

My heart breaks with the news of Jane's death. My prayers are for you at this time of losing her, your soul mate for sure and an angel shared during her lifetime from God to bless us all with her presence.
I am sure we all wish we could have had more time with her and to say "Goodby".
Jane left an indelible mark on each of our hearts. Bless you, Frank. May you find peace in her memory.

Susan Broitman

23 April 2021

So sad to hear of Jane's passing. I worked with Jane at Hospice of Central Florida and VITAS. Her smiling face and compassion for her patients and her eagerness to help others always impressed me. My heart goes out to her daughters and family. She will be missed.
Susan Broitman

Susan Scott

22 April 2021

Many years ago, I brought Jane to one of our hospitals to introduce her to the discharge planners. A physician I knew came by and as I introduced him to Jane he said, "Tennille? As in Captain and Tennille?" She quietly said, "Yes", not wanting to be in any spotlight.
I don't think he believed it until he started singing Love Will Keep Us Together and she joined in singing the most beautiful harmony and back up to his voice!
He was thrilled!
Jane was a beautiful person..inside and out.

Judy Palmer

22 April 2021

I was so sad to hear this news! Jane and I worked together for many years at hospice. She truly was one of the nicest people I’ve ever known. I remember the first day she came to hospice as a brand new nurse . I think she became the absolute epitome of true hospice care.

Carol Behar

21 April 2021

I am heartbroken at your loss Frank. I truely loved Jane. She was the most genuine, sweet, kind, funny, smart people that I have known. She helped so many families and young nurses. There wasn’t a mean bone in her body.

Our group was more family than team, and Marie, Sara, Mary, Annamaye, Jillian, Ellen, Jocelyn and Stacy wanted me to give you their love and condolences.

Frank, you know I’ll have a bit of Yiddish wisdom - when a loved one passes, we say, “May her memory be a blessing”. Jane’s certainly is.

Carol Behar

Katherine Blackwelder

20 April 2021

I did not know Jane personally, however I have known Louisa for 44 years. I remember her talking about Jane and Laura so fondly. I played the clarinet as did Laura. I spoke to Louisa many times about playing and finding time to practice. Each time she would mention Jane and Laura. I found time to practice over the years, but on voice. I still think of the beautiful voice I remember Jane having when I heard her sing with Louisa and Toni. I will be singing at church this Sunday and will think of and remember Jane fondly. Your family will ve in my thoughts and prayers.