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Jane Kay Atkins
  • April 30, 1945
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  • June 28, 2022

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Jane Kay Atkins died on June 28, 2022, in Titusville Florida.

She was born on April 30, 1945, in Albert Lea, MN to Harlan and Doris Olsen.

Jane was a tax accountant and enjoyed socializing, sailing, golf, and fishing.

Survivors include he husband, Douglas; sister, Judy and several nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents and brother David

Services will held at a later date in St Croix, USVI.


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  1. Darrell Belz posted an image:
    10 Jul 2022
    Rachel, Merritt, Kim and Jane at Estate Grange, Beeston Hill, Christiansted, St Croix, USVI.
    Rachel, Merritt, Kim and Jane at Estate Grange, Beeston Hill, Christiansted, St Croix, USVI.

  2. Darrell Belz posted an image:
    10 Jul 2022
    Jane, Sugar Mill beach restaurant, Apple Bay, Tortola, BVI 7/24/08
    Jane, Sugar Mill beach restaurant, Apple Bay, Tortola, BVI 7/24/08

  3. Darrell Belz posted an image:
    10 Jul 2022
    The Cruzian Crew in Turkey with Jane ignoring the camera and enjoying the sight of her dear friends Babe, Merritt, Nancy, Barb, Darrell, Liz and Kim.  Our hearts have broken.
    The Cruzian Crew in Turkey with Jane ignoring the camera and enjoying the sight of her dear friends Babe, Merritt, Nancy, Barb, Darrell, Liz and Kim. Our hearts have broken.

  4. Joanne Olson Hansen says:
    08 Jul 2022
    Jane and I were very good friends in high school. She was so much fun and always very thoughtful. Her natural beauty was second to her generous heart. I wish we could have reconnected over the past years. Unfortunately life doesn't always allow are wishes to come true. My deepest sympathy to all of her loved ones.

  5. Douglas Atkins, Husband says:
    06 Jul 2022
    I met Jane in St. Thomas on Sept. 9, 1973, 49 years ago. She was my best friend and sweetheart through all time. We went through a lot together. Fun, adventure, world travel. Had our own businesses and properties in St. Croix and Cape Canaveral, FL.
    She loved our pets including all of our dogs, cats and parrots. We owned several boats, both sail and power, and lived aboard for almost 20 years. Good years! Cruising and partying in the Caribbean with boating friends and the Evans Family, her sister, Judy and Bob and their boys.
    Living in and caretaking the Estate Grange Greathouse at Beeston Hill, St Croix, VI, the related home of Alexander Hamilton, one of our Countries' founding fathers for approximately 10 years was a highlight of her life. We spent numerus Thanksgivings there shared with lifelong friends, the Munchez family, never to forget.
    Failing health needed more care than was available in the VI, so we relocated to Cape Canaveral, FL, near family in March 2017. Her she spent her waning years until the COPD she was afflicted with finally took her breath away. We all love her and miss her very much. May she rest in peace, and may God grant her all the sweet heavenly air she can breathe.

  6. David Paul Atkins says:
    05 Jul 2022
    My wife Brenda and I will miss Jane, Doug know we are here for you if you need anything. Our family lost a good memebr and a sad void now exsists, LOVE YOU JANE :( RIP

  7. Stephen Spears says:
    05 Jul 2022
    Met Jane and Doug early on in my USVI tenure. 1973’ or 74’. I believe Jane was still a school marm. They became great and true friends. You can’t say Jane without Doug or Doug without Jane. Jane was always a sweetheart. Kind, friendly, concerned, serious and seriously always ready to party. What fun she was and will be remember as. When she morphed into accounting she was competent and dedicated. I can only have positive memories because there were no negatives. My only negative is that I did not spend more time with her and Doug because I was wrapped up in my own life. May God take good care of her. Simply because she has earned it. My heart goes out to Doug. We will all miss her. Steve S

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