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Jane Dorothy Putt

PUTT Jane Dorothy (nee Capps) Died peacefully on November 25, at the Royal Berkshire Hosp-ital, Reading, aged 60 years. Beloved wife of the late Nicholas Putt, loving daughter of Robbie and Dorothy Capps, mother of Alex and Vicky and sister of John, David, Jenny and Christopher.



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  • Anni McLeodsays...

    Very sorry to hear of Jane's death. I will always remember her kindness and enthusiasm for life.
  • clheffernansays...

    I'm so sorry to hear this sad news. Jane was a wonderful person, who extended both small and large kindnesses to all who knew her. In addition to her family, her loss will be felt by the large number of staff and students with whom she interacted over the years. I for one, will miss her amusing stories and wonderful outlook on life. Claire Heffernan
  • NickTaylorsays...

    Jane is missed greatly. She was always a caring part of the team in PAN, always thinking of others and of what she could do to help not only us, but our families as well. My daughter remembers well the times Jane gave her lifts to the dentist in her open top Saab.
  • JRushtonsays...

    Jane was a generous, warm person who will be greatly missed by all who knew her. Our thoughts are with her family this Christmas. With love Jonathan and Liz
  • Sallyanne Ottonsays...

    I have only just found out that Jane passed away, the very sad news came from our mutual friend and colleague, Cynthia, who worked with us at Reading Uni. It was a shock, I have thought of Jane many times over the years, what a shame we didn't keep in touch. She was very kind to me, I especially remember when I had car problems, she would drive out of her way to pick me up and take me to the office. My heart goes out to Vicky and Alex. Lots of love Sallyanne
  • veronoblethomas@sfr.frsays...

    Je voulais faire une recherche internet sur toi Jane, je suis triste d'apprendre que tu n'es plus là. Le temps passe si vite, en 1986 j'ai partagé un petit bout de ta vie lorsque tu m'as choisi comme fille au pair, la première! Alex et Vicky étaient tout petits. Surtout je te tenais compagnie, des soirées à me raconter des histoires notamment sur l'Afrique. Je ne comprenais pas tout mais je savais que j'avais la chance de croiser une belle personne. Je t'embrasse.
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