Jane Paisley White

January 06, 1949 - July 17, 2014

Jane Paisley White

January 06, 1949 - July 17, 2014


Jane Paisley Jones was born January 6, 1949, to James and Caroline Jones, in Evanston, Illinois.
Jane graduated from the National College of Education in Evanston in 1971. She then moved to San Jose where she was a librarian for 2 years. Combining her life wish of seeing Asia and the shortage of teaching jobs in the states, Jane started teaching English at a school in Macau, China. After a few years she moved back to the states and settled in Kalama, Washington. Having worked in a laboratory while she was in school, she decided to go back to school to get her medical technologist degree with a specialty in blood banking. Her first job as a med tech was at Monticello Hospital in Longview, Washington. There she met Larry White, and they married on October 31, 1980 in Reno, Nevada. Two short years later they welcomed a beautiful baby girl, Tamara Joy White. In 1986, they decided to move to Bellingham. Jane has said that the drive into Bellingham was the reason she chose the job at St. Lukes, because it was just too beautiful to pass up living there. Jane was the blood bank supervisor at St Lukes and then St Josephs for 27 years, training and supervising over a multitude of technologists.
Jane was a world traveler, avid supporter of the Mt Baker Theater, lover of books, movies and science fiction.
Jane was preceded in death by her husband Larry White, and her parents James and Caroline. She is survived by her daughter Tamara (White) Nelson; sister Carole (Jones) Coman; step-son Larry White Jr.; niece Cassandra Wanden, and remembered and loved by so many others.

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A Memorial Service will be held at 1:00 PM on Friday, July 25, 2014 at Moles Farewell Tributes in Bellingham.

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5 responses to Jane Paisley White

  1. Linda Braden says:

    TJ and JR I am so sorry for your loss. I will not be able to make it up but always know you are in my thoughts and prayers. TJ you are so young to have lost both of your parents, I wish we could have been closer as you were growing up. Always know that I love you both and I also loved your mom and dad unconditionally. God Bless and be with you always. Aunt Linda

  2. Sending our love & condolences to family& friends. May all the memories bring smiles at this sad time.

  3. Jane will be missed by all her friends at the hospital. Our love is with her family!

  4. Jane was the momma to all us girls! She was always laughing and having a good time. You could talk to her about anything and get no judgment. I will miss Jane. She made my middle and highschool days more fun.
    Love you momma Jane. Love you TJ

  5. My deepest sympathy to Jane’s family and friends. May you take comfort in knowing that God promises to resurrect those in The Memorial Tombs, (John 5:28,29) He also holds out to each one of us, the prospect of living with those we’ve lost in a wonderful paradise earth where there will be no sickness, pain or death, all the things that make our lives so difficult today. ( Revelation 21:4) It is my hope that you continue to search the scriptures for further comfort, hope and understanding. All the best wishes for your family at this time. I am truly sorry for your loss.

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