Jane Butler

Jane Butler

Tuesday, May 20th, 1930 Tuesday, May 5th, 2020

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Obituary for Jane K Butler (Rogers)

Jane Kay Butler, age 89, of Chambersburg, PA, passed away on Tuesday, May 5, 2020, at Menno Haven Rehab Center. Born May 20, 1930, in Harvey, IL, she was the daughter of the late Herschel B. and Maude L. Hanes Rogers.
Jane was a graduate of Thornton High School in Harvey, IL. She and her husband, Charles “Chuck” were married on November 14, 1948, in Harvey, IL and resided in Libertyville until 1968, when they relocated to Chambersburg. Jane and Chuck were married for 69 years, until Chuck’s death in 2018. Mrs. Butler worked at the Quincy United Methodist Home as a Purchasing Agent for 20 years, retiring in 1995. She was a member of Calvary United Methodist Church, where she was active in the Church Choir and various church groups. She and her late husband founded The Towne Singers in 1970, and enjoyed and managed the group for 40 years. She also loved traveling with the Towne Singers and her family.
Surviving are two daughters, Rebecca Dobos of Chambersburg, PA and Christy Hoover (Linn) of Webster, NY; four grandchildren: Kevin Hoover (Kayla), Brian Hoover, David Hoover (Kyle) and Megan Dobos; and three great grandchildren, Dakota, Eidan, and Conor. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her beloved husband, Charles Lee Butler; a son, Blair Butler; a brother, Durward Rogers; and beloved friends, Clyde and Geri Johnson.
Services and interment in Norland Cemetery will be private. Arrangements are entrusted to the Thomas L. Geisel Funeral Home and Cremation Center, Chambersburg, PA. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made in her name to Calvary United Methodist Church, 150 Norlo Dr., Fayetteville, PA 17222.

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Sam Hepfer

Paula and I (Sam & Paula Hepfer) just learned of Jane's passing. We are so sorry to hear of this and for your loss. Jane was so good to me when I was performing with the Towne Singers. I really appreciated the opportunity to work with that group for so many years. She was a very talented, kind and enterprising women. We will miss her!
Comment | Posted at 11:10am via Condolence

Rosina Saitta

To Jane Butler's family,
I was so sorry to learn of Jane's passing. She was a lovely, lovely lady and a wonderful co-worker during the years we were employed at Quincy Home. I have fond memories of those times working together. I'm sorry that circumstances are such that I'm not able to express my condolences in person or attend any type of memorial service. I am thinking of you at this time and wishing you God's peace.
Comment | Posted at 12:39pm via Condolence

Diann Weller

To my long-time friend and fellow singer, Christy and all extended family, my deepest sympathies on your Mom’s passing. My dearest Mother was called home just 2 yrs ago so I can fully understand the pain and grief you’re feeling at this time. Does the pain lessen over time? Some but you’ll always hurt and the tears will come but allow them to ease the loss you feel. I know my Mom will love hearing both your parents singing in the ultimate choir now because she loved God’s music and many times when she was so ill how she loved for me to sing. I grieve with you, Christy and family, but with assurance our Moms have completely perfect bodies and we will see them one day we can rejoice. Oh won’t that be a choir when we’re all together again!! And to have Clyde and Geri there too!! What a reunion that will be! God give you comfort and peace now and in the days to come.
In His Love I remain a friend always,
Diann Weller, Fayetteville PA
Comment | Posted at 11:20am via Condolence

Condolences to the family of Jane Butler. I knew Jane as the founder and manager of The Towne Singers, with whom I sang for 18 years. Those years were wonderful and filled with lasting memories, thanks to Jane. What a gracious and classy lady..
Wayne Knepper, State College, PA
Comment | Posted at 11:07am via Condolence

Christy Hoover

Thank you for sharing! The Towne Singers were so important to both Mom and Dad
Posted at 07:12pm

Georgianna L. Hoffeditz

I am so sorry for the loss of your loved one, Jane Butler. I worked with her at Quincy United Methodist Home along with Clyde and Geri Johnson. They were wonderful people to work with. I often enjoyed the concerts of the Towne Singers and I will miss her. God bless you and your family.
Comment | Posted at 06:02pm via Condolence

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