L. Jane Eberwein
Wednesday 8th of June 1932 - Thursday 17th of November 2022
L. Jane Eberwein passed away November 17, 2022 at the age of 90. Jane was born June 8, 1932 in Gettysburg, Ohio to Elmer and Erma Martin.
She leaves behind her husband of 69 years Lowell Eberwein and three children, Kevin (Lily) Eberwein, Kip Eberwein, and Kelley (Steve) Klein; four grandchildren, Corey Eberwein, Kelsey Eberwein, Andrew Klein, Ryan Klein; their caregiver Annette; and many relatives and friends.
She was a graduate of Manchester University (IN) with a major in Music and Design and received Elementary Teaching Certificate from Wittenberg University (OH).
Jane was a caring person devoted to her family and friends. Her passions were music, traveling, decorating and entertaining.
Visitation will be Monday, November 21st from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m. at Milward-Southland and a Graveside Service will be held at Lexington Cemetery Tuesday, November 22nd at 11:00 am, please arrive at the gate at 10:45 a.m. where ushers will direct you, followed by a lunch gathering at Liberty Road Faith Fellowship Church.
The family prefers a donation in lieu of flowers on behalf of Jane Eberwein to Heifer International (www.Heifer.org) or The Markey Cancer Center (www.UKMarkey.org) or Liberty Road Faith Fellowship Church (2734 Liberty Road Lexington KY 40509; www.libertyroadfaithfellowship.org).
Lowell and Family, I am so sorry to learn of Jane’s passing and so grateful for the phone call to me just days before her death. You are a part of so many memories of Gene, from my first day at MC when the talk on ‘the hump’ was of the engagement of Janie and Eb. And then I was so grateful for your presence at Genes funeral and all the times in between. Time passes. . . You will feel life again, but not for some time. Take care of yourself. Love, Joan
Sending my condolences to the family. I will miss seeing Jane, she always had so many interesting things to talk about, truly a joy.
Liz Berryman Peterssays
I am so sorry for the loss of Jane. Having met her at choir at First Methodist, she and Lowell became dear and close friends. she was such a talented person.
Kevin, so very sorry for your loss. Linda