Henrietta, NY: 6/22/1923 – 4/22/2023. Peacefully at the age of 99. She was preceded in death by her husband, Frederick, her children, Sharron Geen, Dawn Edens, Mark, Erick and granddaughter, Shannon Jordan. Jane is survived by her daughters, Cheryl Boyd, Kim Kelly and Lauren (Bill Sullivan) Pupatelli, daughters’ in-law Sharen Faber and Heidi Ling, 12 grandchildren, 13 great-grandchildren and 8 great-great-grandchildren. She is also survived by her dear friends Kay Mack, Pat Southcomb and Melba Rupert, nephews, nieces, extended family and friends.
Jane led a very fulfilling life while raising seven children. She kept working part-time cleaning houses after her retirement for “something to do”. Jane loved spending time with family, playing cards and going to casinos. She enjoyed spending time with the Rush seniors club and taking various outings with them. She liked to travel and especially loved music, going to Avon watching the bands and dancing.
She was adored by her grandchildren, great and great-great grandchildren and never forgot a birthday. Jane touched the lives of many people, being a friend to all and could strike up a conversation with anyone. She was considered “mom” to several of her children’s friends, extended family and even neighbors. Jane had a beautiful heart and spirit and will be very deeply missed.
At her request, no service will be held at this time. The Family would like to say a special thank you for all the support given to them during this. difficult time. In lieu of flowers, those wishing may make donations to the American Cancer Society or a charity of choice.
Jane was such a wonderful woman. We will miss her. Jane held a baby shower for me because my mother passed away when I was pregnant. It was such a surprise and it was a totally selfless act on Jane’s part. I will never forget that. I spoke with her several months ago. She had me laughing the whole time. The conversation showed me how much her daughter, Dawn, was like her. I will miss them both. Jane had a lot of sadness in her life, but she always had a big smile for everyone. She will truly be missed.
I was friends with Janes’s daughter Lauren she was like a second mother to me. I tried to stop and see her whenever I stopped to see my parents. after my parents died going back to the old neighborhood was not as frequent but when I could I stopped. She loved going to garage sales and always found some sort of treasure. RIP mrs faber ❤️
💔 RIP Mrs Faber. Suzie is right on… thanks for watching over all of us (Heintz, Tierney, Roberts, Williams). So many found memories.
Oh Lauren….. I am so sorry. What a beautiful obituary and a wonderful life she lead. I only met her a handful of times, but I never forgot what a friendly dear person she was. She lives on in all of you.
Lauren our sincere condolences to you and your family in the passing of you Mother. She sounded like a truly remarkable woman who enjoyed life to the fullest. May she rest in peace.
Lauren and family, On behalf of the Tierney family we are so sorry to hear about your mom, like Suzie and Rance said she was our second mother. She never missed a party over at Mary Kay’s house we all always had so much fun together. She lived life to the fullest and had fun doing it despite the sad times. Love and prayers to you all❤️🙏🏻❤️