Jane A. Carr

November 09, 1924 ‒ January 15, 2015

Delaware, Ohio

Jane A. Carr, 90, of Delaware passed away Thursday evening January 15, 2015 at the Sarah Moore Home.

She was born November 9, 1924 in Lisbon, Ohio to the late Lon Boring and Mary (McGoogan) Boring.

Jane worked in public relations for Batelle Laboratories in Columbus for over 30 years and was a member of St. Mary Catholic Church in Delaware.

Left to cherish her memory is her son Fred (Debbie) Carr of Delaware; granddaughter Cindy Wallace of Delaware; step grandchildren Angie (Charlie) Kitchen, Tom (Allyson) Bergandine and Stacee (Jim) Fletcher all of Delaware; great grandchildren Olivia, Jeff and Chloe; step great grandchildren Brandon, Taylor, Jessica, McKenzie, Alex and Andrew; several nieces and nephews. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by four brothers and two sisters.

The family will receive friends on Wednesday January 21st from 11:00 am until time of funeral services at 1:00 pm at the Snyder-Rodman Funeral Center, 1510 W. William Street at Valleyside Drive, Delaware. Burial will follow in St. Mary Cemetery.

Contributions in Jane’s memory may be made to OhioHealth/HomeReach Hospice, 800 McConnell Drive, Columbus, OH 43214.

Condolences may be expressed to the family and memories may be shared by visiting www.snyderfuneralhomes.com

  • I wanted to share a favorite memory of my Aunt Janie. I am Shelly, Mary and Bill Brown’s youngest daughter. My Mom, is Mary Catherine, one of Aunt Janie’s sisters. The first time Aunt Janie came to visit us in Washington, I was about
    13 years old. My entire family enjoyed her visit and her fun loving, accepting way about her. My memories are of how much fun my Mom and Janie had together.
    They constantly talked, shared about their lives and laughed and laughed!! I
    loved listening to them and watching them interact with one another. They were good friends along with being beloved sisters. I will always remember Aunt Janie
    with a smile on her face and a laugh that was contagious. I know my Mom was there to welcome Janie to her final home in heaven.

  • I am an extraordinary minister, and I came in and saw her once a month. She had a special warmth that I looked forward to seeing. I will miss her.
    Sincerely Greg Steffan

  • This is Regina (Gina) Brown Flowers, the oldest daughter of Mary and Bill Brown. My mom was sister to Jane Carr – I called her Aunt Janie. I loved her and am proud to have known her. My memories began when she had the courage to leave her home town with her young son and move to Columbus, Ohio. She moved in right next door to us – it was great! I loved her sense of humor and thoughtful ways. She and my mom were good friends and their welcoming laughter just pulled you in. She got a job with Battelle Memorial Institute, an impressive company, and worked there until she retired.
    After our family moved to Washington State, I rarely saw my Aunt. The most memorable was so like her. She did not travel in planes but for my mom and dad’s 50th Anniversary Party, she mustard up that
    courage of hers and flew out here. My mom was so surprised and happy to see her – we all were! She was so cute and we all had so much fun talking and laughing while she was here, we wanted to keep her. I can’t wait to see her again and have a big celebration with them all. I have no doubt she had quite a welcoming committee when she arrived in Heaven!
    Way to go Aunt Janie! I bet the food tastes great now.