Jane Gunter
November 10, 1917 -
January 31, 2013

Visitation

February 2, 2013
5-8 PM

Service 

February 3, 2013
2 PM

Interment

Obituary

Funeral services for Jane Gunter, age 95 of Frankewing, will be conducted Sunday at 2 p.m. at Higgins Funeral Home with Bro. Monty Franklin officiating. Burial will follow in Wrights Cemetery beside her husband Woodrow Gunter. Mrs. Gunter passed away Thursday evening at her residence.

A native of Lincoln County Mrs. Gunter was the daughter of the late James K. and Melvie Minatree Poston. She was a retired supervisor with Serbin Fashions and a member of the McBurg Methodist Church.

Survivors include one son Gary Gunter of McBurg, grandchildren Tricia Williams and husband Jack of Kelso, Christie Schnied of Fayetteville, Kevin Adams of McBurg and six great grandchildren.Mrs. Gunter was preceded in death by a daughter Karen Adams.

In lieu of flowers memorials may be made to the McBurg Methodist Church.

Visitation with the family will be Saturday evening 5-8 p.m. at Higgins Funeral Home.

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  1. Peggy G. Bevels

    Sending my deepest sympathy to all the family. Jane was a beautiful lady inside and out and she will be truly missed by so many. May God heal your broken hearts and may your precious memories bring comfort to you.
    In Christian Love,
    Peggy G. Bevels

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  2. Robin Shelton

    Hey guys, I am so sorrowful for you all. I know how you loved your Meme and just how much you will miss her. Thank God for the memories he allows us to make with the ones we cherish the most. Keep these memories close and look back on them in the times ahead and allow them to carry you through. We will be thinking of you with love.

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2 Comments

  1. Peggy G. Bevels

    Sending my deepest sympathy to all the family. Jane was a beautiful lady inside and out and she will be truly missed by so many. May God heal your broken hearts and may your precious memories bring comfort to you.
    In Christian Love,
    Peggy G. Bevels

    Reply
  2. Robin Shelton

    Hey guys, I am so sorrowful for you all. I know how you loved your Meme and just how much you will miss her. Thank God for the memories he allows us to make with the ones we cherish the most. Keep these memories close and look back on them in the times ahead and allow them to carry you through. We will be thinking of you with love.

    Reply

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