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Jane Louise
Gregory

Jane passed away on Tuesday, February 7th at the age of 68 and joyfully entered the Kingdom of God.  She had a strong faith, amazing laugh and love of her grandsons.  “Janie” as she was fondly referred to is survived by her two daughters and their families; Jennifer L. Bailey & Michael T. Bailey (Drew and Ryan) and Rebecca L. Bissing & Jesse J. Bissing ( Briley, Jase and Hudson).  She is also survived by her ten siblings; Sue, Bridget (Larry), Christine (Chuck), Charlie, Mike, Marty, Betsy, Greg (Nancy),Lucy, Kate (John).  She is preceded in death by her parents Ruth (“Topsy”) and Brenton Gregory of Big Bend, WI.
Janie enjoyed celebrating all holidays and visiting parks with her children, grandchildren and children that were in her care.  In lieu of flowers donations can be sent to contribute to a Memorial Fund in order to install a commemorative bench in her honor at The Fox River Park, Big Bend, WI.  As were Janie’s wishes she will be cremated and private family services will be held.  

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Past Comments

becky bissing

Thanks so much for sharing. Your story melts my heart. We are so thankful for stories like yours. She had a big heart for people and making everyone feel loved.

becky bissing

Lucy, love these fun stories! She loved you so much & so do we :heart:

becky bissing

Thanks, Shirley. She had a servant heart for sure. Thanks for sharing:heart:

becky bissing

Thank you, Mary

Lowanda

I’m sorry for your loss.. May the “peace that surpasses all understanding” give you peace at this difficult time. Philippians 4:6.

becky bissing

Agree:heart:

becky bissing

Yes, fairy gardens! She and I once made one together. The next day it had a pond, mirror lake & windows!

becky bissing

She loved you lots! I agree, sisters are the best! :heart:

becky bissing

Thanks, Shirley. She had a servant heart for sure. Thanks for sharing:heart:

Shirley Uribe

I’m so sorry for your loss. I remember Jane as smiling and caring, trying to help whenever she could even if she had her own problems. . She once suggested to a young man from church who was from another town that I might share my home with him when he worked his first job as a Coach at Norris. A thoughtful idea, and nice for both of us.He and his yellow Lab puppy were here for a year.

Shirley Uribe

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