OBITUARY

Jane Hammer

September 12, 1935March 29, 2021

Jane Ellen Hammer, 85, of Boynton Beach FL, formerly of Livingston NJ, passed away on March 29th, 2021. Jane was born in Bronx, NY on September 12th, 1935. She graduated from Taft High School in the Bronx, and attended Hunter College. Jane was married to Jerome Hammer for 55 years before his passing on September 24th, 2011. She was employed as a wedding dress buyer for Priscilla of Boston before starting her family. She enjoyed playing cards as well as spending time with her friends and family. Jane is survived by her children Lisa and David, and daughter-in-law Halette; her grandchildren Josh, Corey, Jamie and Jordyn; and her sister Isabel and brother-in-law Edward.

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Ann Hammer Holstein

April 4, 2021

To my loving cousins and family I am so saddened by the loss of your beloved mother Jane Ellen Hammer I remember so many visits where she made us laugh all of the time. Remember the good memories and a wonderful life may she Rest In Peace😘

John Hammer

April 2, 2021

Aunt Jane was an incredible person whenever we were together, which wasn't often enough. As the others have said, she was always so humorous and sweet. She was one of the few people I didn't mind calling me Johnny.
My family's rare visits to Livingston were always enjoyable.
I hope that she's back together with Uncle Jerry.

Joni Cohen

April 2, 2021

We called you Totti Fields double, Aunt Jane. You would have us rolling on the floor, always joking. I clearly remember you announcing that after eating 10,000 $ candy bars, you ate 1,00,000. $ worth of candy and had us rolling on the floor! From our weekly dinners at Don’s to Fong’s Garden all good times. You always had a spark. Holidays at our house and other family memories, you will be missed. Go gently into the night.

Beth Schwartz

April 2, 2021

I am so saddened by Jane’s sudden passing. I clearly remember the first time we met 54 years ago; Jane came to my house to pick up Lisa from a play date. We were new to town and so were the Hammers. Jane and my mom discovered that they grew up in the same neighborhood and went to the same highschool. This meeting sparked a beautiful family friendship that lasted throughout our lives. It was the beginning of so many memories of our families together - from Sunday Chinese dinners to Thursday’s at Don’s, and our trips to Miami for family vacations. Jane was one of the funniest people I have ever known. She will be missed dearly and I hope she is reunited with Jerry and entertaining all of those around her💕

Sharon Mintz

April 2, 2021

David,

You know I have no words, this doesn't seem real. I don't remember my life without the Hammers in it. I always tell you my favorite memory of Jane was coming to your house and within 5 minutes half of the refrigerator was on the kitchen counter & table, with a mini salami in the toaster oven! There was no one funnier and I always looked forward to seeing her because I knew there would be a ton of laughter. Always remember her that way. She is in my heart always. I am thinking of you & always here if you need.

With Much Love,
Sharon

Stuart Straus

April 2, 2021

David and family, I’m so sorry for your loss. May you gain strength and comfort during this difficult time...

Lori Decter-Yaspan

March 30, 2021

I'm so very sorry to hear of Jane's passing. I was just reminiscing with a childhood friend last week and Jane's name came up. She was lovely, had a great sense of humor and fun to be with. My mom Alice Decter would see her occasionally down in Florida. She will be missed!