Jane LaMonica

Obituary of Jane Roseann LaMonica

Jane Roseann LaMonica, 90, died peacefully on July 15, 2023, in Eugene, Oregon.

She was born on May 22, 1933, in Kansas City, Missouri, to Oscar and Mary E. Davis. Jane had two brothers, Thomas and Donald Davis. Thomas died at nine months, and Donald died on January 25, 2001. She was a beloved mother, wife, and grandmother and will be deeply missed by everyone who knew her.


Jane LaMonica was a woman of immense strength, compassion, and grace. She led a life filled with love and touched the hearts of everyone she encountered. Her kind and selfless nature made her a source of comfort and inspiration to her family and friends. Jane enjoyed oil painting, arts, and cooking in her free time. She found joy in the simple pleasures of life. She made a lasting impact on the lives of those around her.


She will be lovingly remembered and deeply missed by her loving husband, James. Jim and Jane celebrated 70 years of marriage on February 14, 2023.


Her children survive Jane LaMonica, Michael and Susie LaMonica, Nancy and Jeff Barton, and Jennifer and Jason Frank. Grandchildren Max, Shiloh, Delynne, Devon and Brooke. Her memory will be forever cherished by her loved ones, who will continue to carry her spirit in their hearts.


A Mass and Rosary to celebrate Jane's life will be held at St. Mary's Catholic Church, 1062 Charnelton St, Eugene, Oregon 97401, on August 4 at 11:30 for the rosary and 12:15 for mass, following the service. Jane will be interned at Musgrove Mortuary 225 S. Danebo, Eugene, Oregon, for ceremonial rites.


The family would like to express gratitude for the support and condolences received during this difficult time. Please join us in remembering and honoring the life of Jane LaMonica. May her soul find eternal peace.


A celebration of life will be held on Friday, August 4, at 4:00 pm for family and friends at Jennifer and Jason Frank's home.


Our mother always said, “I have loved. And been loved. And all the rest is background music!”


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