Anthony, Jane

Anthony, Jane

October 5th, 2020

Peacefully at University Hospital on Monday, October 5, 2020, Mrs. Jane Anthony, of London, passed at the age of 93. Beloved wife of Bryan Anthony. Loving mother of the late John Kastelein, Arthur Kastelein (Laura), and stepmother of Christine Anthony and Joan Anthony. Treasured Nana of Carson and Abbey. Dear sister-in-law of Sonya Robyn. Predeceased by her brothers Phillip Robyn, Rein Robyn and George Robyn. Jane was known for being the owner and operator of the Kiddieland Daycare in London for 27 years. A heartfelt thank you to the Richmond Woods Retirement Residence staff for their exceptional care. A private Celebration of Life will be held at a later date. Those wishing to make a donation in memory of Jane are asked to consider The Sunshine Foundation of Canada. 

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Robert Merrimen and Dawn CummingWe send condolences to Jane's family as you grieve and celebrate this remarkable woman. Jane was a lady of great strength and style. We shared happy times over these many years. Jane loved and was loyal to her family, her friends and her cats. We have been missing our visits to the house on Wonderland Road. Blessings to all those who love Jane. Sincerely, Bob and Dawn.
Linda FoxDear Bryan and Family, Please accept my deepest sympathy in the loss of Jane. How well I remember you folks from when you travelled with us at Ilderton Tours or when you popped in to the office. Always a smile and a lovely visit. Treasure your memories of her and hold them close to your heart where she will always remain and remember that LOVE never dies. RIP Jane. Sincerely, Linda Fox
Van Gaalen FamilyThe Van Gaalen family, Nel, Wendy, and Tom, wish to send our sincerest condolences to Brian Anthony and family on the passing of Jane. Nel has many fond memories of her days living and working at Kiddieland Daycare with Jane who was so very kind to give her a job and a place to live at the daycare soon after Nel emigrated from Holland. Fast forward many years and they found themselves living at the same retirement home at Richmond Woods. Jane will be greatly missed.
Doug HoggBryan: My sincere condolences on your loss of Jane, a remarkable woman whom I enjoyed in my many visits with you over the years.
Alan W KeutschBryan. So sorry to hear of your wife's passing. Take care my friend
Bob and Joanna GooderBryan...we are so sorry. We are thinking of you in your time of loss.
Sonia demeloSorry for the lost of this beautiful lady. My prayers with with you and your family.
Margaret KirkpatrickJane played a big part in the story of our family. We are all sorry to hear of her passing, but remember her with joy. We were all lucky to have had her in our lives. Arthur and Bryan, we are so sorry, but hope that the wonderful memories will help you through this time. The Kirkpatrick Family - Mary, Helen and Margaret
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