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Condolences for Jane S. Schramm (Short)

Raymond GrochowskiThursday, October 1st

Richard...so sorry to see of your loss. I remember the kind of man that you are, and I am certain that you will carry the sadness deep in your heart. Jane will be in my prayers, but also will you. Your friend from long ago. Ray

Liz PopeFriday, October 2nd

Richard and Family:
Love and Prayers go out to you all. Jane's laugh, big smile, and always open arms, to us all, will never be forgotten.
Neshaminy has come and gone for many of us but lifelong memories of happy times with Jane, will carry us all thru.
To each of you her family, Thank you for graciously accepting the time that we each shared with Jane.
Big hugs,
Liz Pope

Mark PrattFriday, October 2nd

Jane
Our hearts are broken.
We were so lucky to have met you and Richard in Spain by chance.
We feel like extended family although living so far away
You were eloquent and beautiful, caring and thoughtful.
Thank you for letting us share our time together, my family with yours.
To Richard and the family our thoughts are with you at this difficult time.
We Love you and want you to know your Mum was the best

Mark, Jacinta, Lauren, Conor and Cameron
Pratt
Yorkshire, Leeds, United Kingdom

Jo Anne NitterourFriday, October 2nd

Mike, it was quite some time ago I met your mother during the holidays. What a warm and welcoming person she was. Beautiful woman also, obviously inside and out. No doubt the world was a better place with her in it.
With deepest sympathy, I am so sorry for you and your family's loss.

Max MoellerSaturday, October 3rd

Mrs. Schramm was such a caring person, and I'm very saddened to hear of your loss. She had a wonderful laugh and always made me feel welcome growing up with the kids in Feasterville. She is truly missed, and you all have my deepest sympathies.

Jim and Sue WeberSaturday, October 3rd

Cathy and the rest of the Schramm family,
It was a pleasure to work with your Mom for so many years at NHS. Her smile and laughter made Office 2 a warm, welcoming place. She was always ready with a welcome hand to help if she was needed.

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