- 63 years old
- Date of birth: May 17, 1952
- Place of birth:
Dawson, Minnesota, United States
- Date of passing: Dec 17, 2015
- Place of passing:
Circle Pines, Minnesota, United States
|If love could have saved you, you would have lived forever|
This website is in memory of Jane Nemitz, beloved Wife, Mother, & Grandmother.
She is survived by her husband, Don of Circle Pines;
Three children, Thorvin (and Barbara) Apland of Liberty Township, OH, Laura (and Shawn) Smith of St Paul, MN & Jacob (and Amanda) Apland of Otsego, MN;
Six grandchildren, Shawn, Alanna, Connor, Joey, Aidan & Johnathan;
Three sisters, Beth "Becky" (and John) Coleman of Woodbridge, CA, Pamela (and Del) Winge of Hastings, MN & Paula Byhaug of Dawson, MN
We will remember her forever.
There was a celebration of Jane's life on Saturday, June 11th, 2016 at Golden Lake Park in Circle Pines, MN
We had about 70 people show up, we told stories, recounted memories, and had a few laughs.
Jane loved the outdoors, summer, and lakes, so we decided to honor her with a picnic by one of her favorite spots.
She took the kids there when they were young, and Jane and I visted a few times by ourselves.
Some pictures from the memorial are posted.
"Today would have been Jane's 64th Birthday. We all miss her, her gentle spirit and loving nature. May today be a day to celebrate what she brought to all our lives, not the loss we are feeling. God has our angel in heaven this year on her birthday. Her love lives on in our memories and those children and grandkids he blessed her with while she was with us."
"Jane brought such enjoy to my cousin. She lite the world with her smile and her giggle as she laughed at things. We were all blessed to have known her the past 25 years that she graced our family."
"I spent many days as a child with Jane swinging over the river, gathering lilacs and reading books. A brilliant soul."
"Jane was a bright, entertaining sister as we were growing up. A great reader, always, she would, for example, sweep the floor with a book in one hand. Jane amused Pam, Paula, and me by reciting word for word conversations from "Mad" magazine satires on movies and TV series. I always thought she'd be a famous writer when she retired. It is immensely sad to have her life cut so short."
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