Jane Edna Staley
April 9, 1934 - January 22, 2021
Cremation has taken place & a memorial service will be held at a later safe date.
Thursday, January 22nd at the Mid Michigan Medical Center, Jane E. (Aunt Jane) Staley peacefully passed away. Jane was born April 9th, 1934 in Twining, MI daughter of Ernest & Clara Lushnat. The former Jane Edna Lushnat married Richard Albert Staley August 16th, 1958. Jane spent her life as a housewife, mother, a lover of animals & life. She enjoyed raising horses & wildlife. Racoons were her favorite. She was also a long time bowler in many leagues, an active member of the Moose Lodge #456 in Estey where she was known as being extremely lucky. Winning was her hobby!!
Jane is survived by her husband Richard, brother Paul (Betty) Lushnat of Mesick, twin sister Joan (James) Steward of Omer, Granddaughters Shannon (Aaron) Cadorette of CA, Cassondra Ziembo of Petoskey, Morgan (Stephen) Hentemann of St. John's, Great Grandchildren Skylar, Cheyenne, Hunter, Isabella, Issac, & Amelia; many nieces & nephews & most of all her beloved cat, Scotty, & many dear friends.
Jane is preceded in death by her parents, brothers George & Ernest Jr & loving daughter Bonnie Jane Williamson. Cremation has taken place & a memorial service will be held at a later safe date. An online guest registry is available to leave a condolence for Jane's family at www.bureshfuneralhomes.com.
Aunt Jane, you were a special friend, and I love you. May the angels welcome you to Paradise. Rest in peace. 😪❤
Angels will definitely welcome Jane to Paradise !! She 's precious ! ❣️ All of us adored her in the town of Estey and at the Moose Lodge !!! I know she will be missed !! I always called her my husbands girlfriend .... Her and Joyce Sasse ! 💞 They both were so good to him and always made his day ! 😉 I love you bunches Jane !!! Sheila & Russ
— Sheila & Russ Goschke
JANE always wore a happy face and had a hearty laugh. Always a pleasure to be around. She and Dick raised a wonderful daughter, Bonnie, who would come to our house to babysit. Bonnie would be riding the most wonderful horse, Gent, and we loved him just as much as the kids did. Now JANE and BONNIE have been re-united to attend to all of God's critters. RIP
— Larry and Loretta Kempl
Jane, I will miss our weekly phone calls and I will miss your laughter. I have been blessed to have you as my neighbor. I will miss you.
— Jodi Stanton
Our family has many fond memories of Jane. Our mother, Janet (Podleski) Clark, and aunt, Florence (Podleski) Crowell were childhood friends of Jane and Joan's. When we moved to Estey and just down the road from the Staley's, Jane and Dick became very good friends to both of our parents. Our Dad, John Clark, really enjoyed Jane's company at music nights at the Moose, she will be greatly missed by all of us. All of Jane's family are in our thoughts and Prayers.
— Cheryl (Clark) Campbell