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Jane Elizabeth Spencer, 56, of Greensburg IN handed away on April 20, 2020 at Ascension St. Vincent’s Hospital in Indianapolis.
Jane was born on April 17, 1964 in Greensburg, IN to William Francie and Betty Catherine Newby. She married Brian Spencer on January 1, 1988 and so they have been married for the final 32 years.
All through her life, Jane was a faithful mentor and supporter of her household, particularly her nieces, nephews, great-nieces, and great-nephews, whom she adored. Jane was additionally a faithful “dog-mom” to her beloved fur infants and by no means missed the chance to help one in every of her favourite organizations – Folks Helping Animals In Want (PAAIN). When she was not spending time with family members, Jane was an avid antiquer, Harry Potter fan and murder-mystery fanatic. Jane liked with the ability to journey, particularly to a few of her favourite locations on the West Coast. She was additionally a proud member of the Worldwide Order of the Rainbow Ladies and the Order of the Jap Star.
Jane was a passionate advocate for organ donation who devoted a lot of her life to supporting the Indiana Donor Community and was instrumental in helping with the BMV integration of organ donor registration. Because the grateful recipient of a number of organ transplants, Jane additionally change into an advocate for the training of medical college students and was fond of claiming that she had “helped practice numerous nurses and docs through the years” as she was usually being handled in educating hospitals and actually loved watching new suppliers study.
Jane is survived by her husband, Brian Spencer; siblings, John(Cora) Newby, Ann (Jeff) Willeford, Charlie (Nancy) Newby; siblings-in-law, Jeff Spencer, Jill (Dave) Dudek, Mark (Lyly) Spencer, and Terri Newby; ten nieces, six nephews, eleven great-nieces and 14 great-nephews; and her beloved canine Peanut and Sam.
Jane was preceded in demise by her dad and mom Invoice and Betty Newby, brother Invoice Newby, great-nephew Aaron Hoffman and beloved beagle Samantha.
Because of the latest public well being mandate of restricted gatherings, a personal graveside service shall be held for the fast household on the Hebron Cemetery in Adams.
Porter-Oliger-Pearson Funeral House has been entrusted with the preparations.
On-line condolences could be made to the household at www.popfuneralhome.com
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