Jane Marilyn (Patterson) Hunt Life of Love- Love of Life Our hearts are heavy as we cannot imagine a world without Jane. She was an amazing woman with a beautiful soul. Jane brought joy and happiness to all those who ever had the pleasure of crossing her path. She was strong, intelligent, loving and creative. We smile as we recall the countless laughs and memories. We will miss her wisdom, late night phone calls, our late nights of falling asleep to her Bose- with our shared love and appreciation for music. We will miss your laughs, hugs and amazing artful style. We will miss staying with you in your home, a sanctuary where so many found comfort- a place where our favorite memories have taken place. Sit Long, Talk Much - hung above the hearth. What we would do for one more opportunity to listen to Jane for hours. We thank you for allowing us to confide in you. We thank you for all the support and lessons you have taught us along the way. We will take these lessons and your memory with us everywhere we go. We love you so much and know you are now reunited with Paddy- watching over us all. We love you so much you beautiful, beautiful woman, you'll be missed by so many. - Max VanMeter, grandson Jane Marilyn Hunt, loving wife, mother, grandmother and great grandmother and friend peacefully passed, surrounded by family and friends on May 11, 2015. Very special thanks to Elaine Mahoney, nurse and caregiver- now a family member forever and all of the loving angels at Hospice. Jane, a true dog lover believed in the gentle, unconditional love of her dogs, including her beloved Murphy. As an avid animal activist, Jane supported the World Wildlife Federation, Humane Society and local shelters. She also supported the local POW/MIA Association in loving memory of husband Harold. Jane believed in the gentle spirit of animals. She believed that "birds float free of time, carrying our hopes for love, joy and celebration... The birds delicate grace reminds us that life is rich, beauty is everywhere, every personal connection has meaning and that laughter is life's sweetest creation." Jane grew up in Bowling Green, Ohio. She met Husband Harold (Hal) at BGSU. Married for 49 years, the family is comforted by the fact that they are reunited. Eternal and infinite love is theirs forever. Jane and Hal had five daughters, numerous dogs and lived in Bowling Green, Ohio; Worthington, Ohio; and Hal, Jane and youngest daughter Jenny resided in Louisville, Kentucky as well. Jane is preceded in death by husband Harold W. Hunt. Jane and Hal will be buried together at Arlington National Cemetery in August 2015. In addition, a family ceremony will take place at Virgina Beach, VA. Survived by Children - Marsha and Wayne Neveau; Lisa and Michael Atwood; Amy and David VanMeter; Melissa and Karl Swider; Jenny Hunt. Grandchildren- Adam (Alyssa) Burcher and Allison Burcher. Nick Neveau (Katie Johnson) and Tony Neveau. Lindsay VanMeter and Max VanMeter. Jenn Atwood and Jessica Atwood. Great Grandchildren - Kalli Burcher. Jace Neveau and Stella Neveau. And beloved dog Murphy. Survived by sister in law, and wonderful friend, Virginia Patterson and many nieces, nephews, great nieces and nephews. Preceded in death by Father Arthur Morris Patterson; mother Esther M. Patterson and brother Donald R. Patterson. And of course all of her many, many friends she loved so dearly. Too numerous to list. Please join family and friends in celebrating her life at a service held on Saturday, May 16, 2015, 2 pm at Little Turtle Golf Club in Westerville, Ohio. Please bring a note with your memories of Jane to the ceremony. These notes will be taken to Jane's beachside ceremony in August. Arrangements by HILL FUNERAL HOME, Westerville, Ohio. www.HillFuneral.com In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Wyandot County Humane Society, 9640 County Highway, 330 Upper Sandusky, Ohio 43351, 419-294-4477. wyhumane.org Jane loved her furry friends. Donations are appreciated with love.