November 6, 1956 – October 14, 2020
Jayne passed away peacefully on October 14th. Born in Vancouver on November 6, 1956, Jayne is predeceased by her: Father, Jack Miller Hewer (1968); Mother, Germaine Marianne Hewer (nee Gilmore) (1984); sister, Jacqueline Anne Willcox (1995); brother, John David Hewer (2011); and sister Joanne Madeline Hawkins (2012).
Jayne is survived by her sister, Janet Marie Landucci, brother-in law Robert Landucci, and sister-in-law Kathi Hewer. Her Nieces: Kleo Landucci (Jason Coleman); Carley Hewer (David Swarbrick); Ali Landucci (Shane Mielty). Nephews: Chad Willcox; Jackson Hewer (Robyn); Rob Landucci. Great Nieces & Great Nephews: Beatrix Murray & George Murray; Arlo Swarbrick & Elwood Swarbrick; Weston Hewer & Harper Hewer; and Tikko Mielty.
Jayne is also survived by the Hewer cousins and the extended Gilmore Family across Canada.
Jayne attended St. Edmunds Elementary School and the Convent of the Sacred Heart. She graduated from Carson Graham Secondary School in North Vancouver in 1976 receiving a ‘special achievement award’.
Jayne lived in Chilliwack and was active in the ‘Vineyard Community Church’ for close to 20 years. Jayne would often serve as the greeter as well as publicly carrying on a conversation with the preacher. The family is grateful for the loving support and joy her friends at the Church brought her. She also enjoyed volunteering regularly at the ‘Great Blue Heron Nature Reserve.’
Jayne had many friends in Chilliwack and was a popular resident in her apartment complex. She was an avid reader and loved to sing and listen to music.
Jayne always had a smile for everyone. Our memories are filled with the joy of her sense of humour and her robust belly laughs.
She was a kind, friendly and loyal friend to many. She will be dearly missed.
A celebration of life will be held at the The Vineyard Community Church on Nov 6 at 3pm. The celebration will also be live through their Facebook page.
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