A Service to celebrate the life of Mrs. Jane Elizabeth Terry will take place at Prince Regent House, 748 Geelong Road, Ballarat on Thursday, (April 29) at 12.00pm. A private cremation will follow the service. Please note: COVID space restrictions apply.
Jane Elizabeth Terry (née Smith )
Passed away peacefully at Mount Clear Aged Care on Wednesday April 21, 2021. In her 82nd year.
Much loved wife of Ken (dec).
Cherished and much loved mum of Cameron & Louise. Loved mother in law of Heather.
Beautiful, proud mama of Kenny & Danielle, Nathan (dec) and Danielle and Matthew.
Adoring great mama of Heidi, Molly and Lottie.
Taken from us way too soon.
You will be forever in our hearts and our thoughts.
Forever at rest now with dad.
Loved daughter of Richard and Martha (Bon) Smith (both dec).
Loved sister, sister in law and aunty of Mavis & Gus Gow (both dec) & family; Robert Smith (dec) & family; Heather & Gordon McCrory (dec) & family (NZ); Margaret & Graham Hannah (both dec) & family; Sylvia & Dick Close (dec) & family; Helen & Stewart Terry & family; Merilyn (dec); John & Pam Smith & family; Julianne Forbes & Doug Stewart & family and Lorraine & Les Odgers & family.
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Beautiful service, it was lovely to be able to watch from New Zealand. Our thoughts are with you all.
Love Fiona, Brian & family; Heather; Ian, Joe & family.April 29, 2021
Farewell Auntie Janie. A life well-lived leaving behind a legacy that will live on in the hearts and memories of everyone you have touched.
Our thoughts are with Cameron and Louise and all of the family.April 29, 2021
It was September 1990, and there we were, a brave little (be it very loud) island of black and white sitting in the middle of a scary sea of rabid blue and gold in a rowdy Perth pub. Westcoast were playing the Pies in the semi-final to decide which team would play in the grand final. This was serious! We just happened to be on the last leg of our big loop trek from Ballarat through the Centre to Darwin and across to Perth. There were NO arguments; we were going to watch the game on the big screen in a local pub. Janie had spoken!April 28, 2021
Every time we leapt up to do the happy dance when the Pies scored a goal the entire pub glared at us! We didn’t need a cheer squad, we had Janie! She made more noise than the entire blue and gold contents of the pub put together.
I thought I would have to call for a defibrillator because the result was a tie! Janie’s beloved Collingwood later went on to win the Grand Final. Go Pies!
Janie, Loved sister in law of Dorrie and Norm Crewther (both dec) Aunty of Don and Midge Crewther and family.April 28, 2021
Always a welcoming smile and a warm hug.
Remembered very fondly