Jane Frazer BLEDSOE

May 21, 1936June 3, 2018

Jane a lifelong resident of Mobile, AL., graduated Murphy High School in 1953. She attended Hollins College in Roanoke, VA, the University of AL, and graduated from Springhill college in 1992. A member of Dauphin Way United Methodist Church for 61 years, Jane served as a Sunday School Teacher, was chair of the council on ministries; a member of the Board of Trustees and a member of “Friends of Faith” Sunday School Class. Committed to Community service, Jane was a past President of the Jr. League of Mobile, named Sustainer of the year 1988- 1989, past President of Leadership Mobile, past President of Dumas Wesley Community Center, on the Board of Directors of Mobile Department of Human Resources; Member of the Board and Co-Chair of the Capital Campaign of USA Wesley Foundation; a graduate of leadership Alabama, on the Board of the Community Foundation; members and Secretary of Mobile Infirmary Association, and a recipient of a State award for Foster Care Endowment Fund of the Department of Human Resources.

Jane is preceded in death by her parents Emmett Baxter and Mary Jane Knight Frazer and son James Clarence Bledsoe, Jr. Survived by her husband, James Clarence Bledsoe, her daughter Elizabeth Bledsoe Schmahl (Richard) and Katharine Bledsoe Holmes, grandchildren Frazer Carlson Love, Katharine Hays DePauw Holmes, Laura Elizabeth Holmes, Addie Schmahl Gaines and William Madison Schmahl and great-grandchildren Adelyn Grace Schmahl and William Alexander Schmahl; and survived by sisters Alice Frazer Evans (Dr. Robert), and Carolyn Frazer Suffich (William) and numerous nieces, nephews and cousins.

Services will be June 8, 2018, Friday at Dauphin Way United Methodist Church visitation will be at 10:00 a.m. and service at 11:00 a.m. In lieu of flowers memorial may be made to Dauphin Way United Methodist Church or the Mobile Infirmary Foundation.


  • Visitation Friday, June 8, 2018
  • Funeral Service Friday, June 8, 2018

Jane Frazer BLEDSOE

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Giselle Simmance

June 5, 2018

Though I only knew Jane for a short time, I absolutely fell in love with her! She was so very kind, gracious, intelligent and funny. I loved talking to her and hearing her many stories of her life. I was delighted to discover that she was quite a progressive thinker, as am I. She was just an outstanding person who will be greatly missed! My deepest condolences to her family and friends!