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Jane Porch (Singleton)

From the Dispatch (Moline) Obituary:
Jane Anne Porch Singleton, 67, of San Diego, Calif., formerly of Moline, died Friday, July 27, 2012, in Birmingham, Ala., awaiting a liver transplant.
A celebration of life will be at a later date in San Diego.
She was born Feb. 1, 1945, the daughter of Floyd and Margaret "Peg" McGimpsey Porch. She graduated from Moline High School in 1962 and from the University of California, San Diego. She was a science and math teacher at San Diego Unified.
She was a Master Gardener and great floral designer. She enjoyed gardening, kayaking and travel.
Survivors include her husband, Jim Singleton, formerly of Rock Island; daughter, Victoria "Tori" Singleton, San Diego; cousins, Bill McGimpsey and Mary Sue McGimpsey, formerly of Davenport; mother-in-law, Millie Singleton, Port Angeles, Wash., formerly of Rock Island; and sister and brother-in-law, Sue and Mark Walker, Port Angeles. She was preceded in death by her parents.

From the San Diego newspaper:  SINGLETON, JANE ANNE (PORCH) Beloved wife and mother passed on July 27, 2012, in Birmingham, AL, awaiting a liver transplant. She was born in Moline, IL, on February 1, 1945. She was an inspiring science and math teacher; retired from San Diego Unified. She was a Master Gardener and a great floral designer. She enjoyed gardening, kayaking and travel. She is survived by her husband Jim and their daughter Victoria (Tori). A Celebration of Life will take place at a later date.

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08/05/12 07:18 PM #1    

Lana R Jacobs

So very sad, I'm sad to  read this. Janie was a favorite  of all of us, don't believe there  was even 1 person  in our  class who did not  like her. Always laughing/smiling and so very full of  life. We talked back in March '11 via this web site. She was looking forward to attending  our reunion  this  Sept. and seeing us all!........ We  go  through  our lives meeting many different people and a few of  those leave a lasting & positive  impression on us. Janie was one of those kinds of people. RIP Janie, you will  be forever missed and loved! You are gone but never forgotten.

08/11/12 09:35 PM #2    

Linda Ostman (Parchert)

I'm so sorry to just find out about Jane. I will always remember the trouble we all got into in high school and was hoping to renew our friendships.  She will be missed.  Linda Ostman Parchert, Fredonia, WI

04/26/13 05:06 PM #3    

Stuart V Mott

I will miss Jane.  I dated  her high school. She was always alot of fun, will miss her. 

We to sit out on her porch and talk about life and things we wanted to do. God bless Jane.

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