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Jane McKinnon

Jane F McKinnon (McBride)

Tuesday, September 10th, 1929 - Saturday, July 27th, 2019
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Found peace on Saturday, July 27, 2019 at the age of 89. Preceded in death by her husband who was a WWII veteran, Howard "Mac" and her daughters Kathleen and Maureen. Loving mother to Kerry (Anita) McKinnon, Frank (Patricia) McKinnon and Maxine (Robert) Farmer. She is survived by 13 grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren. Further survived by her brother John (Rita) McBride and a multitude of nieces, nephews and friends.

Jane was an avid crocheter who made many afghans. She also enjoyed reading, poetry and had a "unique" liking of Jeopardy. Private services will be held by the family at a later date. Inurnment Southern Wisconsin Veterans Memorial Cemetery. The family wishes to thank the staff at Meadowmere, Mitchel Manor and Heartland Hospice for their wonderful care. Any memorials in Jane's name can be made to St. Jude Research Hospital.
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Nancy Murphy

Posted at 03:05pm
Jane and her husband, our cousin Howard, held a special place in our Hanson family hearts. My parents, Hilda and Ernest, loved them both so! Jane was dear to my mother and Jane's intelligence and compassion shown through in so many ways. She was a storehouse of family stories, her own, as well as Howard's family which she could tell perfectly. Jane was patient, talented and hard working. I'm so sorry for her family's loss, which is always difficult. She is, of course, with Howard and daughters in heaven, taking Angel duties to heart as a protector of her family left here on Earth. God bless her memory and soul. Love, Cousin Nancy (Hanson) Murphy
 
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Maxine Farmer Posted at 04:37pm

She adored you and your family. Thank you Nancy!
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Anne.slamka@verizon.net

Posted at 06:16pm
Crochet kangaroo
 
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Maxine Farmer Posted at 09:53pm

Awww....this makes me happy!
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Anne.slamka@verizon.net

Posted at 06:06pm
So sorry for our loss. Jane was a constant in my life,; always caring and supporting her family and those of us lucky enough to be in her loving circle. Jane heard that I was collecting kangaroos, so of course she decided to crochet one for my collection. I have always cherished it. It makes me smile. RIP Jane.
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fmckinnon@ameritech.net

Posted at 03:39pm
I was sitting here thinking of our Mom and I recall a few things she would do for me . During the winter, my brother Kerry and I would be outside shoveling snow and when we would come inside our Mom would have a big old pot filled with hot cornmeal ad she'd make cornmeal biscuts too mmmmmm ! I'd fill up a big bowl of hot cornmeal, add just a bit of milk and plenty of sugar and it would warm my insides big time ! The other thing I recall was as a kid I was prone to earaches a lot and my Mom would have me lay down on my bed and alternate using a hot water bottle against my ear, then the next time she'd have me rest my ear on a heating pad until eventually the infection would break during the night and I'd wake up with my ear and hair matted to my pillow but no more earache either ! My Mom took very great care of me and she was a great cook alongside my Dad who could cook up a storm !!!!!
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fmckinnon@ameritech.net

Posted at 09:07am
Tell me the hurt will soon be gone
And once again I'll learn how to smile
Say that my tears won't stay too long
Tell me it takes just a little while

But don't tell my heart to stop loving you
You know that's more than my heart can do

Now and for all of my whole life through
Don't tell my heart to stop loving you
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