JaneAnn (Ziegler) Baney

Born: Sun., May 24, 1953
Died: Mon., Jan. 11, 2021

Family to do services at later date

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JaneAnn Baney (of Millerstown, PA) left this world on January 11, 2021 at age 67 with her husband and son by her side. She was a caring wife, loving mother, and wonderful friend to many. She was employed by the Commonwealth of Pa, retiring from the Department of Education. She was an active member of the Millerstown United Methodist Church where she was a former Sunday school teacher, treasurer, and choir member. She was also a committee member of Footprints Day Care. She also served as a Greenwood Township poll worker. She enjoyed reading, needle work, cruising, caring for her grand-dogs, visiting on camping trips, and being in the outdoors.

  JaneAnn is survived by her husband of 44 years, John E. Baney; son Joshua A. Baney and wife Lauren Berry of Mechanicsburg, and brothers, John W. Ziegler and wife Patricia of Newport, Jeffrey O. Ziegler and wife Jane of Bedford and James R. Ziegler and wife Alison of Port Royal. Along with other numerous friends, and extended family.

  Services will be held a later date. In lieu of flowers, please consider a contribution in memory of JaneAnn to the Millerstown UMC, 702 East Sunbury Street, Millerstown, PA 17062

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Eleanor Long
   Posted Wed January 13, 2021
Dear John, Josh, and Family,
Joe and I extend our heartfelt sympathy at the loss of this wonderful lady, who was a good friend to everyone she met. I will always remember the fun that she added to our many times together through high school, as well as the care and love that she showed to my mother, whom she called "Mom." She'll always stay in my mind as my "Bosom Buddy." The world has lost a true earthly angel, and has gained a heavenly one. Prayers to all of you.

Peg Tressler
   Posted Wed January 13, 2021
I am so sorry that Jane Ann is with our Lord. She will be missed. I remember what fun back in the years at Newport Presbyterian Church, we had such a good time at choir. We laughed and laughed and laughed. I will miss seeing her on occasion at the grocery store. Prayers for the family at this very tough time.

James & Adele Louden
   Posted Thu January 14, 2021
I am so very sorry to hear of the loss of Jane Ann. She was such a wonderful person and friend. Always happy no matter when you seen her. Knew her from when we went to curves together. Loved this lady. On the other hand, so happy she is with the Lord. Now I know I will see her again. She couldn't be in better hands. I guess you could say it's us left behind. hurting and missing her, that I feel sorry for. God Bless You all and just take one day at a time.

Ken and Kathy Roth
   Posted Thu January 14, 2021
Dear John and Josh,
We were so saddened to hear of the loss of JaneAnn. She was so special to everyone. She was loving and welcoming from the time we first met her and made us feel like one of the family. We will miss her smile, laugh and her caring concern for everyone. We know she will be lighting up the heavens with her special personality. We will miss her greatly.

Rick Smiley
   Posted Thu January 14, 2021
Our condolences to the family. I met JaneAnne years ago at the Port Royal fair when my Dad played the organ on the stage. She and her parents and I imagine the brothers all worked in the church food stand! Our paths crossed often through the years. Keeping you in prayer!

Lori (Turnbaugh) Pitulski
   Posted Mon January 18, 2021
So very sorry to hear about JaneAnn. I will always treasure the time we had together when we carpooled to work many years ago. She was an awesome lady. Thinking of you and hope that wonderful memories of her will help you to smile and carry you through.

Mary Ellen Hocker
   Posted Thu January 21, 2021
Dear John & family, You have my heartfelt sympathy. I got to know Janeann when I worked at Curves. What a delightful people person she was. They truly don't make them like Janeann anymore. Her infectious laughter and her cheerful and positive nature always brought joy to everyone's day. Sending you my deepest condolences.

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