Day & Deremiah-Frye Funeral Home

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Eleanor "Jane" Clutter

September 26, 1928July 25, 2020

Eleanor “Jane” Clutter, age 91, of Bloomington, passed away Saturday (07/25/2020) at her residence. Born September 26, 1928 in Martins Ferry, Ohio, she was the daughter of Thomas Ross and Florence (Ward) Church. Jane was a graduate of Claysville High School, Class of 1946 in Claysville, Pennsylvania. She was a member of the Claysville Baptist Church where she married her husband, Robert Dale Clutter II on June 16, 1946 on her parent’s 25th wedding anniversary. Jane is survived by her granddaughter, Lisa Forman, of Ambler, Pennsylvania, her grandson, Robert Clutter III, of Pennsylvania, five great-grandchildren, one sister, Erma Golden, of Bentleyville, Pennsylvania, several nieces and nephews, including Ann Hewitt, of Claysville, Pennsylvania and a close friend and neighbor, Beth Moeller Jane was preceded in death by her parents, her husband, Robert, on August 29, 2013, her son, Robert Dale Clutter II, her daughter, Rhonda Louise Clutter; two brothers, Ralph Church and John Church and one sister, Sara Mounts. Cremation rites will be performed with a burial of her remains along with her husband in the Claysville Cemetery. Online condolences may be given at www.DayDeremiahFrye.com


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Eleanor "Jane" Clutter

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Carol Anthony

August 6, 2020

To Lisa and Robert III
I worked with Your grandmother and grandfather preparing their taxes for many years. They were both lovely people. I know Jane missed your grandfather and loved you all very much.
She was unable to get to the office this past tax season and because of Covid I was unable to go to her. She will be missed in the community
Please accept my sincere condolences
Carol Anthony

Greg Golden

July 28, 2020

We were just talking about Aunt Jane on Sunday, without knowing she had passed. Funny how that works. She was the fun/ funny Aunt. It was easy to make her laugh and she always made us laugh too. Always enjoyed visits with her. We’ll miss you but glad you are back together with your family. Love, Greg and Bonnie Golden.


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