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Jane Clinton

22nd May 1942 — 13th May 2023
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nee Rest, of Hinckley.

Passed away unexpectedly on the 13th May 2023, aged 80 years.

Beloved wife of the late Tom. Much loved mum to Peter & Elizabeth and mother in law to Chrisy & Scott. Cherished grandma to Oscar, Harry & Maisy. Treasured sister, auntie and friend to many.

Funeral service to take place at Hinckley Methodist Church on Thursday 22nd June at 10.00am, followed by a private committal.

Family flowers only please. Donations may be made in memory of Jane payable to 'Guide Dogs For The Blind' c/o G Seller Independent Funeral Directors, 75 Upper Bond Street, Hinckley, Leicestershire, LE10 1RH. Tel: 01455 637457

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A lovely lady, always had a smile. We will miss you, Jane.
Glenda and Martin Sladdin
Many memories of drama group at the Methodist with you and Liz. You were wonderfully funny and I fondly remember you educating me on the jokes of Jethro, along with our performance at Bosworth Battle Field. Thoughts are with your family x
Carly Smith
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Rest in peace.
Our thoughts are with your family.Xx
Dane and Hayley xx
You have left a ‘Jane shaped hole’ in all our hearts.
From all your Ladies Guild friends at Hinckley Methodist Church
Hinckley Methodist Ladies Guild
My lovely neighbour and friend for 36 years... RIP dear Jane. X❤️Will miss you.
Julie Geary
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A little light to guide you on your way back to your beloved Tom, good night god bless you both. Xxx
Michelle, Ken and Haiden xxx
Jane was truly a wonderful, kindhearted woman, she was amongst many things a fantastic cook and baker, having baked many birthday cakes for my son Haiden. My most cherished memory of her was at messy church when my 5-6 year old son asked “Jane why are you Harry’s grandma and not mine” she began to try to explain that Peter was her son which made Harry her Grandson, she looked down at Haiden and saw the confused look on the young boys face and simple said “Haiden would you like me to be your grandma?” To which he replied “YES”
Jane kindly said the words that melted my heart ❤️ and showed what a lovely family lady she was “ Then I will be your grandma Jane too Haiden” and that how we remember her as Grandma Jane. Thank you Pete, Lizzy and families for allowing us to share your mum and grandma, a special lady to all that knew her. We will miss her dearly. Our thoughts are with you all.
Michelle, Ken and Haiden xxx
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Reunited with Dad, much missed ❤️ xx
Pete, Chrisy and Harry xx
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