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In Memory

Jane Fullem - Class of 1966



Jane (nee Fullem), 65, of Maywood, formerly of Paramus, passed away on Tuesday, February 18, 2014.


Before retiring Jane worked for Crown International as a Reservations Manager for 21 years.  A graduate of the Paramus High School and then Douglas College with a BA. She is known in her family as the perfect wife, perfect mother and the perfect grandmother, she will be missed greatly by all who knew her. 

Cherished wife of 37 years to William Schlossareck.  Beloved mother of Jay Schlossareck and his wife Lauren of Rochelle Park, Kevin Schlossareck of Vernon and Kristine Flynn of Maywood.  Loving grandmother of Lily and Ryan Schlossareck and Samantha and Chelsea Flynn.  Dear sister of Gary Fullem and his wife Ara. Beloved aunt of Jennifer Hodgdon and Patrick Fullem. 



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06/19/14 12:05 PM #1    

Elizabeth Roderick (Jarok) (1966)

I remember Jane from elementary school on through highschool.  A bit of a tomboy in elementary school, she was smart, athletic, kind and friendly.  The class of 1966 has lost several wonderful members lately including Jane.


Beth Roderick Jarok

06/20/14 05:18 PM #2    

Brenda Renshaw (Scanelli) (1966)

To Jane's family, please accept my deepest sympathy for your loss. She was such a good high school friend, I wish we had remained in contact after college. We shared so many wonderful times growing up in Paramus, spent many hours together practicing baton twirling for the Spartanettes and for a dance and twirl team that we were on together. Jane strove for perfection in all that she did then, so it's not surprising to read that she continued on with that as a thread throughout her life. It's sad to see another friend passing away at such a young age, the world lost another beautiful soul.


Brenda Renshaw Scanelli

06/21/14 09:54 PM #3    

Doug Landau (1966)

Jane was an incredible force in school....she taught me about grace....unmerited favor. She inspired the best in people around her and she saw the larger more important picture. She had the gifts early in life of inclusion and elevating our vision....I join Brenda and Beth and sincerely express a profound sense of loss...sometimes just a paqssing shadow can change one's life. Thanks Jany for passing our way.

06/23/14 02:57 PM #4    

Diane Seelinger (DenBleyker) (1966)

I was so sorry to hear of Jane's passing.  She was such a great person and shall be missed.

06/26/14 07:58 AM #5    

Larry Parker (1966)

So sorry that Jane has passed. I have very fond memories of Jane from Westbrook and PHS. We sat next to each other in several home rooms through those years. I have no doubt that she was the perfect wife, motherand grandmother. Her gentle smile was ever present. My sincere sympathies to her family. 

Larry Parker

06/26/14 10:50 PM #6    

Darinda Maehrlein (Norris) (1966)

My condolences to Jane's family. I remember her as an extremely nice classmate and talented fellow twirler. Our class seems to be saying good bye to a lot of our friends and, sadly, Jane is among them. Rest in Peace.

06/27/14 03:53 PM #7    

Marie Mennuto (Rovello) (1966)

My sincere condolences to Jane's family and friends.  She was always such a nice person....easy to talk to.

Rest in Peace.



02/18/16 08:07 AM #8    

Charles Hausler (1966)

I recently opened our PHS class of 66 yearbook. There was the insrcription from Jane " Chuck I have known you a long time " Yes, all the way back to Kindergarden at Spring Valley school. At that time I did not know she had passed away. She was a great person and I never forgot her after all these years.

03/11/18 07:08 PM #9    

Bill Jackob (1966)

She beat me out for pre-school (Spring Valley) softball HR Championship which began my 20 year teasing onslaught (assist by Fred Hoogland)..much later, first to sail with me on my Hobie Cat in Silver Bay (Mantoloking) when we couldn't come about and landed in the marsh during freezing April.

Truth be known, we always loved her...


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