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NISKAYUNA - Miss Jane M. Wilson, 97, of Union St., died Thursday morning, Dec. 13th at Baptist Nursing and Rehab, Scotia, after an extended illness.
Born in Troy, Feb 6th, 1921, daughter of the late William and Catherine MacMurray Wilson. A 15 year old 1936 graduate, who finished 3rd in her class at Mechanicville High School, Jane received her undergraduate degree from University of Albany and her Masters Degree in education from Columbia University. Jane began her over 40 year teaching career at the Hadley NY school system. For many years, Jane taught American history at the Oceanside City School District on Long Island. In the early 2000’s, Jane moved back to the Capital District.
A proud member of the Daughters of the American Revolution, she also was a member of the Fortnightly Club, and was a former member of the Presbyterian/Methodist church.
Jane is survived by a number of cousins and their families.
A graveside cremation service will be held this Sunday, Dec. 16th at 2 PM at Hudson View Cemetery, Mechanicville.
Jane touched the lives of many people throughout her years. She had a zest and joy for life and inspired those who knew her. Her teachings made a difference. She will be greatly missed.
The Family of Jane M Wilson - Friday January 11, 2019 via Memorial Tree
On behalf of all the staff and residents of Baptist Health, we offer our deep condolences to Cathy, Ellen and Terry. We share a great sense of loss for the wonderful woman Jane was and whose charm and spirit will be missed as a treasured member of our community. May peace and the blessing of our compassionate God remain with her and with her family in the days ahead.
Rev. Mark Chaffin - Friday December 14, 2018 via Condolence Message