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Jane Morgan

Jane Marie Morgan (Small)

Saturday, February 3rd, 1934 - Tuesday, July 7th, 2020
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Obituary

Pembroke – Jane Marie Morgan, 86, passed away Tuesday, July 7, 2020 at Calais Regional Hospital surrounded by family. Jane was born in Eastport on February 3, 1934, daughter of Carle and Phyllis (Brown) Small.

Jane graduated from Pembroke High School and attended Eastern Maine General Hospital School of Nursing. She helped her parents in the family upholstery business until marrying Delman Morgan in 1954. After marrying Delman, she was a dedicated mother to her four children. Jane was a member of People’s United Methodist Church in Pembroke and was an active hospice volunteer and member of the Pembroke Fireman’s Auxiliary. She enjoyed knitting, braiding rugs, jigsaw and crossword puzzles, and going for walks.

In addition to her parents, Jane was predeceased by her beloved Delman; two sisters, Muriel Duffy and Belle Clark and her husband Carleton; and a niece Diane Dudley. Surviving are her sister, Mary Foster and husband Dana of Wells; four children, Jo Shannon and companion William Clark of Calais, Thomas Morgan and wife Vicki of Lebanon, NH, Bruce Morgan and companion Luann Weatherby of Alexander, and Greg Morgan and wife Julie of Northfield; son-in-law Ralph Shannon of Calais; four grandchildren, Thomas Morgan II and wife Kristie of Sanford, Robert Morgan and companion Gina Guerra of Enfield, NH, Philip Morgan of Pembroke, and Emily Lee and husband David Jr. of Cathance Twp; six great-grandchildren, Natalie, Hannah, Leigha, Malikai, Delman and Maren; and numerous nieces, nephews and dear friends.

In keeping with Jane’s wishes, there will be no services. Arrangements by Mays Funeral Home, Calais & Eastport.
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  • United Methodist Church
  • Volunteer Firefighters Ladies Auxiliary

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Faye Cushing

Posted at 07:10pm
Jane and Vernon were classmates, whenever they met they had to rib each other. Those were the days, I bet they are
joking each other today. RIP Jane Faye Cushing
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Tessa Ftorek

Posted at 06:04am
The first memory I have of Jane was when I started teaching in January of 1973. Greg was a student in my classroom. On Valentine’s Day he arrived at school with a bag of his mother’s delicious whoopie pies for me. It was a kind but remembered act for a teacher wet behind the ears. I always enjoyed chatting with her in stores (usually she was with Jennie Ganong) ...they always made me laugh. Jane was a lovely person. You have my most sincere condolences.
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ann boyd

Posted at 05:35pm
Dear Jo and other family members, so sorry to read of Jane's passing. I am so happy I had the opportunity to meet her. A
lovely lady.

Ann (Caswell) Boyd
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Dawn Granville

Posted at 04:52pm
Condolences to Jo, Tom, Bruce, and Greg and families. Jane was a very special lady! I will miss her positive words of wisdom! Leighton Point Road won’t be the same! Dawn G,
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Carma Shumake

Posted at 04:43pm
I never had the privilege of meeting this lady, but am friends with her daughter, Jo. Because Jo is such an amazing woman, I am sure this lady was also. My deepest condolences to the family, especially Jo.
Carma Shumake
DeWitt, Ar
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