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Jane C. Cummins

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I was "home" last week for my mother's funeral (Catherine Davis)and drove by my old home on Harrison Street, down Ash St. and showed my son where I took my dancing lessons many years ago. Jane taught me gymnastics and tap, tried ballet but she said I didn't have much aptitude there. She was a wonderful teacher , so patient and I was always amazed that she didn't dance with us but she surely could get us to do the

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Posted by: Anne (Davis) Kress - Richmond, VA   Apr 06, 2009

For as long as I can remember, Jane and Bill Cummins were there to share in all of our lives as young teens growing up in Piqua. I would love to come back home and go and visit them. I especially remember the last visit. I knocked on the door,then Jane came to welcome me with open arms and a warm smile. She yelled to Bill that I was there and fixed me an ice tea. We talked and laughed

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Posted by: Susan K. Shumway - Phoenix, OH   Apr 06, 2009

Carol and Keith,
For 7 years I walked past your home on Ash Street everyday to school...your Mother was always smiling. Please accept my sincere condolences. It is difficult to loose our parents, knowing we are the next generation. Blessings on you and your families.


Posted by: Patti Heater - Fishers, IN   Apr 06, 2009

Please accept our sincere sympathy upon the death of your dear Mother.
The Cummins family offered such respect and always had a warm Hello. Your Mother was a wonderful and talented person. I am so blessed that your parents touched my life.


Posted by: Sue Widney Smith - Piqua, OH   Apr 06, 2009

My grandparents were Doris and Fran Trittschuh and my mom was Dixie Trittschuh Cantley and I remember how my grandparents enjoyed playing cards with Jane. I would visit in the summertime and The Cummins were always so sweet to me. My deepest sympathies to Jane's family.


Posted by: Kim Cantley Hatcher - Bluff City, TN   Apr 06, 2009

Keith,
I just found out about your Mom and just wanted to say how sorry I am. As I have told you, your parents were the greatest, as your Dad was a great influence to me. I share in your sadness.


Posted by: Tom Cruse - Manchester, OH   Apr 06, 2009

Please accept my sincere condolences in the loss of your Mother. May God bless you and be with you during this time of celebration of her life.
Remembering you in my prayers


Posted by: Dick Shanely - FL   Apr 06, 2009

Jane was a very important part of my childhood. She touched many lives, including my families.It was always a treat to spend the night at her house with dancing and singing.I will always love her and miss her special way.


Posted by: Valerie (Nicodemus) Hinkle - piqua, OH   Apr 06, 2009

Carol and Keith,

I'm so sorry to hear about the loss of your wonderful mom. She, and your dad, were such a special part of my life - from dance to church.

You are in my thoughts and prayers.


Posted by: Susie Cruse Raley - Cincinnati, OH   Apr 06, 2009

Keith and Kim,
I just saw the information on the internet. I'm so sorry for your loss.

Keith, I talked to Mike Leffel recently. I was trying to remember the starting lineup for the '66 basketball team. To my recollection, he said you, himself, Mike Merman, John
Northwood, and Rick Grimes started. Mike talked of his UD days. I remember you played football at one of the Ivy league colleges, setting some records.


Posted by: Don Thyer - Dayton, OH   Apr 06, 2009