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Jane Dill

August 15, 1920 ~ January 12, 2021 (age 100)

Obituary

Jane Ellen Seibert Dill left this life for her eternal home on Tuesday,

January 12, 2021 at Court House Manor, Washington C. H. She was born on

August 15, 1920 and had celebrated her 100th birthday last year.

 

She was born in Jeffersonville to Charles Edgar and Florence Ervin

Seibert.  She graduated from Jeffersonville High School in 1938. Upon

graduation she worked as a secretary for the Farm Bureau in Columbus.

 

Jane married Frank C. Dill on October 22, 1941.  They celebrated 62

years together before his death in 2003. They had 3 daughters Carolyn J.

Barnes (John), Belpre,OH; Donna J. Watford (Bob), Littleton, CO; and Marilyn J. Radel (Sam),

Findlay, OH.

 

She was blessed with 7 grandchildren and 17 great grandchildren: Todd

(Diana) Barnes, Haley and Austin, Richmond, VA; Matt (Mandy) Barnes,

Nathan, Charlie,Frank and Matthew, Galena, OH; Christie (Juan) Fletcher-Lopez, Jonathan,

Juan Paul, and Joe, Alomosa, CO; Jennifer (John) Beattie, Joshua and

Jackson, Golden, CO;Tracey Kardotzke, Jane, Mia, Kade and Bo, Green Springs, OH; Jody

Vermilya, Grant and Mattie, Findlay and Samantha Radel, Findlay.

 

During her life long residency in Fayette County Jane worked as a

secretary for Grace UM Church, Fayette County Extension Office and

Federal Land Bank from which she retired in 1983.

 

Jane was a member of Grace UM Church where she served as a Sunday school

teacher, sang in the choir, was a trustee and served on the Endowment

Committee.

 

She was a member of the UM Women.  She and Frank also managed Gardner

Retirement Village for 40 years. Jane was a 4-H advisor for more than 20 years.

She belonged to Reber

Chapter of Eastern Star, Fayette Co. Historical Society, William Horney

Chapter of DAR, Fayette Co.

 

Commission on Aging and the Society for the Disabled Board.  Jane was

nominated and inducted into the Central Ohio Senior Citizens Hall of

Fame in 2006 in Columbus.

Most of all, Jane loved life and being involved with her family, friends

and community.

She was preceded in death by her parents, brother Robert, husband and

daughter Marilyn.

 

A private family service will be held with burial to follow in the

Washington Cemetary.  In lieu of flowers, the family suggests making a

contribution to the Fayette County 4-H

 

Development Fund, Grace UM Church, or a charity of your choice.

 

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