Jane Boyer

Jane L. Boyer (Coon)

Saturday, December 13th, 1952 - Monday, February 1st, 2021
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Millinocket – Mom was called away to be with her Lord and Savior unexpectedly on Monday, February 1, 2021 at the age of 68. She was born December 13, 1952 in Millinocket, the daughter of Ronald and Doris (Richards) Coon.

She was a high honors graduate of Schenck High School, class of 1971. She worked for the Medway School Department as a bus driver and then Transportation Supervisor for over 20 years. She spent her “retirement” working for Bragdon Bus Service in Millinocket for the past few years. She spent many years working on the river as a whitewater rafting bus driver. She absolutely loved working with her “summer kids”. So much so that they would ride by at all hours of the night and scream “We Love You, Jane!” and honk their horns. Jane was an active member of the Living Hope Church of the Nazarene. She served as Board Secretary and was so proud to be a servant of the Lord. She had so much faith and instilled that in everyone around her. She was an awesome wife, mother, grandmother, great grandmother, sister, and aunt. She was a single mother of 4 children for many years until she decided to tie the knot with Fred Boyer on February 14, 1998. Jane absolutely adored her family. Nothing came before her family and the Lord. She lived to spend time with family and her best furry friend, Bella.

Jane is survived by her husband of 23 years, Fred Boyer; four children, Deanna Coombs and husband Brian of Gardiner, Lorna Thompson and wife Denise Albrecht of Auburn, Leo Thompson and wife Tammy of Turner, and Shawna Boyer of Millinocket; nine grandchildren, Kaitlyn, Jaron, Isaiah, Nathan, Jacob, Owen, Zachary, Nora, and Noah; two great grandchildren, Elliott and Elijah; siblings Lorena Otis and Philip Roy of Veazie, Ronnie Coon and wife Debbie of Medway, Larry Coon and wife Kelly of Veazie, Joel Coon and wife Paula of Medway, Audrey Sherwood and husband Steve of Medway, Terri Turcotte and her husband Joe of Medway, and Corey Coon and wife Kelly of Virginia Beach, Virginia; a brother in law, Joe Gagnon of Medway; and best friend since kindergarten, Elaine York of Medway; and several nieces, nephews, and cousins. She was predeceased by her parents and a sister, Mary Gagnon.

Friends are invited to visit with the family 12 – 12:45 PM Friday, February 5 at the Living Hope Church of the Nazarene, 3 Palm Street, East Millinocket. Unfortunately, due to pandemic restrictions, funeral services will be private. Following visitation, services will be livestreamed at 1 PM, and messages of condolence may be expressed, at Jane’s Book of Memories at
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    Friday, February 5th, 2021 | 12:00pm - 12:45pm
    Friday, February 5th, 2021 12:00pm - 12:45pm
    Living Hope Nazarene Church
    1 Palm Street
    East Millinoclet, ME 04430
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Due to pandemic restrictions, funeral services will be private.


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John Farrington

Posted at 07:37am
Fred and all of the Kids, what a wonderful job you have done with this obituary in memory of a fine lady. Your loss is also a loss to very many of us. We extend our most sincere condolences to each of you. May your memories of Jane carry you through and beyond this difficult time.

Tammy Madore

Posted at 04:45pm
What a beautiful tribute to a beautiful woman. Jane was an inspiration to so many especially me. She was a wonderful church friend and like the obituary says she was a friend to so many. David and I are so very sorry for the loss of such a special woman. May God grant her family and friends Peace knowing that she's with Him and that they will meet her again someday. Much love to the family. Tammy and David Madore.

Judy Spencer

Posted at 01:56pm
Jane it was an honor to have you be apart of our family. You will be missed very much. Sending prayers 🙏 and hugs to your family. Fly high with the Angles you have earned your wings ❤️Love Dennis and Judy Spencer

Bruce Leavitt

Posted at 11:01am
Jane you will be missed, your smile at Church and a cheerful spirit about you. Always willing to lend a hand always say hi or a wave. Your prescience will always be felt. My condolences to the family, which with you at times filling the rows up. At one time with your mom which I think you get your smile from.

Jay Lee

Posted at 06:37am
I’m one of Jane’s summer kids. I worked with her for many years on the river. What wonderful times we had. I had the pleasure of seeing Jane occasionally what I would pick my kids up at school and I would tell that is the worlds greatest bus driver. Jane would smile and wave. Thanks for the Memories you will be missed

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