OBITUARY

E. Jane Clemons

August 17, 1926April 9, 2018
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Jane was born August 17, 1926 to James and Cora Lasley in Seattle, WA and went to be with her Lord on April 9, 2018 at the age of 91.

When Jane was in first grade her family moved from Bellingham to the Burien area, where Jane lived for the remainder of her life.

Jane was a lifelong member of Boulevard Park Church starting in 1932, when it began as a Sunday School outreach program of the First Presbyterian Church of Seattle. Her ministry was singing faithfully in the church choir for almost 50 years. In fact, Jane met her husband Roy through his sister Betty Moore, who was also a choir member. Jane and Roy were also members of Anchor Club.

Roy and Jane were married November 24th, 1951 at the “old” Boulevard Park Presbyterian Church on Des Moines Memorial Drive by Pastor Garth Steele.

Jane was a secretary for the Civil Service Commission and also did secretarial work at Brighton Presbyterian and here at Boulevard Park in the 1970s.

Her highest calling however was most of all a loving wife and mother. She took great satisfaction in creating a home for her family.

Jane was preceded in death by her parents and her husband Roy. She is survived by her sister Joanne Turner, brother-in-law Joe Clemons; daughters Sherry Clemons, Nadine (Doug) Pfeiffer, Kathy Weber, her son Duane (Lisa) Clemons; grandchildren, David, Adam(Stephanie), Eric(Nikki), Kaitlyn, Kristin, Savannah, Victoria, Scott, Jeff; great-grandchildren, Kellan, Levi, Clementine, Luke, Gabe, Max, Aria; and many nieces and nephews.

A memorial service will be held at Boulevard Park Church at 11:00 a.m. on April 21st, 2018.

Memorials may be made to: Hyde Shuttle and/or Meals on Wheels (Soundgenerations.org)

Services

  • Visitation Friday, April 20, 2018
  • Memorial Service Saturday, April 21, 2018
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E. Jane Clemons

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Matthew Cayenne

April 15, 2018

Hello, my name is Matthew cayenne. I grew up across the street from Jane Clemons, she watched me grow for 30 years and helped me through my toughest times of my life. When I was 14 my mother passed away and my father was at work. She was the first person I went to after finding my mother passed away in her bed. She held me like I was her own child. The love this woman had in her heart was amazing. She later on helped me after finding my father passed away as well. She really has been there through everything I've gone through. I would walk over and give her hugs all the time. She always was a great person! I loved her as she was a part of my family. My heart is with the family and friends of her. Im very blessed to of had her in my life as long as I did. Jane you will be missed but never forgotten. I love you and please give my mother and father a hug for me up in heaven.

FROM THE FAMILY
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1st Grade

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8th Grade ~ June 1940

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Mom and Edie ~ 1948

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Mom and Edie

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Choir at Old BPPC

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November 1951

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Christmas ~ 1951