OBITUARY

Jane Ellen Jones Robinson

November 17, 1934October 14, 2020
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Jane Ellen Robinson, loving mother and wife, passed away peacefully in Tallahassee on the morning of October 14th, 2020. She was born in Bartow on October 17th, 1934 and had lived her adult life in Tallahassee since attending FSU in the 1950s and marrying her husband of 56 years, Dixon Robinson. Together they raised four sons and a daughter and were active members of the Holy Comforter Episcopal Church throughout their lives.

Jane had a passion for children and helping others in need, contributing to many lives as a foster parent, a teacher, and a volunteer to local charitable organizations throughout her life. She was a patient, graceful nurturer, and above all a giver who will be missed by so many. In the quiet moments of her life, Jane enjoyed reading, doing puzzles, and sharing the company of her cats. She felt a deep connection with nature and enjoyed traveling to visit scenic areas both locally and with educational tours organized through Elderhostel.

Jane is survived by her sister Kay, three sons Ridge (Robin), Scott (Sherry), and Robert, daughter Barbara, grandchildren Ridge, Summer, Sierra, Alexis, Kassidy, Aaron and Noah, and great grandchildren Emma Kate and Kinsleigh. She was preceded in death by her brother Robert Jones, husband Dixon Galt Sr. and her oldest son Dixon Galt Jr.

Family visitation will be held at Culley’s Meadow wood Funeral Home on Sunday October 18th from 4:00 to 6:00 PM. A private family memorial service will follow Monday morning.

In lieu of flowers, please consider a memorial contribution on Jane’s behalf to the Boy's Town of North Florida.

Services

  • Vistation

    Sunday, October 18, 2020

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Roberta Courtney-Bailey

October 15, 2020

My friendship with Jane and Dixon started soon after my husband John and I began attending Holy Comforter. I signed up to help make baptismal banners, and I always enjoyed our work sessions and their house. I admired her skill, creativity and knowledge, as well as her kind gentle spirit. She was very supportive to me during John’s illness and passing. One of my cherished memories is a visit to their lake place. Fathers Day was a few weeks after John died and they invited me and my girls to spend a few days there with them and it was a wonderful distraction from the grief. I still have the butterfly bush she gave me when John died and always think of her when I see it. She made a deep impression on many people and I’m lucky to have been one of them.

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