Jane Thompson

March 15, 1953 - September 29, 2021
Jane Thompson

Jane Thompson, 68, of New Port Richey, Florida passed away on September 29, 2021 in New Port Richey.  Jane was born in Broken Hill, Zambia. She was a homemaker. Jane is survived by her daughter Kaylene, son Jody, sister Dolorous, a brother, two grandchildren; Oliver and Charlie.

Jane is gone, but never will be forgotten.

 


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  • October 14, 2021
    Kaylene Beagrie lit a candle:
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  • October 14, 2021
    Dolores Coullie says:
    My dearest older sister Jane always had the passion for travel and meeting people. Born in Central Africa she was impetuous and a little bit wild. Immigrating to America fulfilled her deepest wish, and she embraced her new country with love, excitement and zeal.... she traveled to every corner of America and befriended many, over time her contact with us grew less as she assimilated completely. Jane was always a happy, optimistic woman and was loved by many especially by her family and friends who were left behind in her old life. I, Dolores, her only sister, two years younger, have thought about her every single day since I last saw her and shall continue to think of her with love forever more. Till we meet again Janey love you always ❤

  • October 14, 2021
    Kerry Webster says:
    I met Jane in Margate in her lovely little shop Brother Son. We just developed a connection. Of course when I met you as a little girl I just fell in love with you and we had a connection. I often visited the gorgeous cottage you lived in right opposite the beach. Your Mum was an excellent cook. The best crayfish Thermador I've ever eaten. My ex and I and Jane and partner went camping at that beautiful spot on the Estuary of Port Edward. What a wonderful weekend. Braai, fishing, strolling on Port Edward Beach. Such beautiful memories. Another great memory is going up to friends who owned a farm in the Oribi Gorge area. Jane had a little Suzuki suv and we had such fun riding up the dam walls screaming with excitement. As most of us know, Jane was a wild child but I was attracted to the positive energy she brought into so many lives. I'm not sure when Jane left the coast but I left to move to Cape Town end of 1991. Sadly we lost contact for many years as there was no luxury of internet in those days. When Facebook started, I tried to find Jane. I even contacted Timothy Boyd (Rip) but at that time he too didn't have contact with Jane. I eventually found you on the internet my darling and eventually Jane and I had contact. It was so special to connect with Jane. I even phoned her at some stage and we had a lovely chat. God bless Jane . Kerry xxxx

  • October 14, 2021
    Celeste Healy says:
    Oh my heart is breaking...Janie and your little family came into my life when you were just 1 year old and we had just buried my dad that day and I was very pregnant with my baby girl Tarryn..my life was in a mess had no friends to say as I had just returned from my travels abroad after 4 years.no career and lost dazed and confused and the 3 of you moved into the cottage and the sun came beaming out into my life.we clicked like long lost sisters Janie was right by my side when Tarryn was born,holding my hand with tears rolling down her cheeks will never forget that....we had fun laughter like no other we helped each other in bad times but she was always positive and soo creative teaching me how to sew knit cook and be free .yes we did some crazy things and and some would call us hippies ..but no we are free spirits and that is something many people dont understand...Janie will be my forever friend and will hold all my memories close to my heart..and when you go my dear sister go with peace knowing your failts and bad choices which we all make .but fly with no regrets and know how loved you are ..am soo sad today but so grateful for u and beautiful Kaylene for the gift of this very long adventure we shared ..love and miss you my bestie and remember I woll be there for your beautiful Kaylene amasing grandboys ❤❤❤ xxxx

  • October 14, 2021
    Celeste Healy says:
    Rest in peace my soul sister xx until we meet again

  • October 14, 2021
    Wendy Wiggell says:
    So s do sorry to hear this news kaylene. You are in my thoughts and prayers. Rip Jane

  • October 14, 2021
    Shelia Wiggell says:
    So sorry to hear..be strong knowing she is in a better place. No more pain .no more suffering.keep well and God bless and keep you and your family safe.our love

  • October 14, 2021
    Dawn Coote says:
    So sorry Kay. May she rest softly in the arms of our Lord. May God grant you peace and comfort and strength at this time. Lots of love x

  • October 14, 2021
    Kathy Kay says:
    I am so sorry Kaylene . My love to you all

  • October 14, 2021
    Derick Wridway says:
    Hi Kayleen. Syl and l send our sincere condolences on the passing of your mom. Please keep in touch.

  • October 15, 2021
    Derrick Wridgway says:
    My sister Jane was born in Broken Hill, Zambia. Our family later moved to Mufulira on the Copper Belt of Zambia where our sister Dolores was born. In 1963 we emigrated to South Africa. Jane married David Norman and Kayleen was born. Jane was always a free spirited restless person who loved to be on the go always. She will be missed by all who knew her... RIP sis. Derrick.

  • October 15, 2021
    Memories from Margate says:
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