Grace Lane
August 3, 1915 - August 28, 2015
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Woodbine Cemetery
14 Maple Avenue
Oceanport, NJ 7757
Tuesday 9/1, 11:30 am
Woodbine Cemetery
14 Maple Avenue
Oceanport, NJ 7757
Tuesday 9/1, 11:30 am

Grace Burns Lane, 100 died on Friday August 28th at her home. Mrs. Lane was born in Dennysville, Maine. When she was 18 she moved to Long Branch and eventually settled in Oceanport. Mrs. Lane was a Sales Representative at Walter's Clothing Store, Long Branch for many years. She was an avid fan of the …
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Bunnie left a message on September 1, 2016:
My condolences to The Lane Family. May the God of all comfort be with you as you cope with such a loss. Please find solace in the memories you have of Grace and may it help to ease the pain you are feeling.
joyce taylor left a message on August 31, 2016:
My Aunt Grace was married to my fathers brother Frank Lane. As a family my parents got together about twice a month. Aunt Grace & Frank came to our house & we went to theirs. The Keyport auction was the auction they went together maybe once a month. I got married & moved away. My Aunt Grace was the person that was with my mother, Mildred Lane, for months until my mothers death 080575. She faithfully was with my mother daily & weekly. I moved back home to West Long Branch I moved back home in 1953. I then started frequently visiting with my Aunt Grace. She was a serene gentle person. She never had a bad word to say about anyone. She didn't drink she didn't smoke. & she never ever said a bad word about anyone She never swore.. She was honest as the day was long. She always told the truth. She was extremely proud of her great, great, Grandfather. She always talked about him. He was the gentlemen in the service who signed the treaty with the Indian Tribe in Maine. She was a straight forward Lady. She visited her Mother,Father,& Brothers every year. Her son Raymond Lane drove her up to Maine to visit after his father passed on. She moved her mother down to her house when she could no longer live by herself. She came down with Macular Degeneration about ten years ago. It progressed until her seeing was gone. Her last two years have been very hard. Her hip she broke in prior years pained her so much with the screws & bolts dislodging. She never complained until the last four months. I look up to her as a Lady. She never went bare legged. She always had her stockings on. She even kept her house clean & dusted every day. I will miss her with my eyes & my heart. On her 100 birthday four of her neighbors visited. Raymond brought over a hugh bouquet of flowers from the florist. Four neighbors visited. Her neighbor, Harry , visited her faithfully every week. He read to her every time since she couldn't see. Harrys wife Genene visited every week also. She also read to her. They visited Aunt Grace every Christmas. They bought her an arrangement of goodies & she reciprocated.. Harry & Genene were Angels from heaven. My Aunt Grace loved them. I will miss my visits with my Aunt. God bless you Aunt Grace. You are carried up with the Angels. Till we see again. Love Joyce Taylor.
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