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Jane Sine Murray

Date of Death: December 27, 2021
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Amherst Chapel
1600 Amherst Street
Winchester, VA 22601
Wednesday 1/5, 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Amherst Chapel
1600 Amherst Street
Winchester, VA 22601
Thursday 1/6, 11:00 am

Memorial contributions may be made to

Blue Ridge Hospice

333 W. Cork St, Suite 405

Winchester, VA 22601

Jane Sine Murray, 75 of Winchester, VA passed away Monday, December 27, 2021 peacefully at her home. Janie was born in 1946 in Winchester, VA to the late William Eugene Sine and Eva Anna Virginia Sine. She was a graduate of John Handley High School, Class of 1964. Janie retired as a Radiology Transcriptionist fromContinue Reading

Phyllis Dick left a message on January 6, 2022:
Janie was such a dear friend to me for so many years and I will miss her more than I can say. I was very sorry that I wasn't feeling well enough to attend the viewing or the funeral. My deepest sympathy goes out to Ray, Bryan, Stacey, Gene, Opal, Brandi and the whole family. Rest in peace Janie, I will be thinking of you often, Phyllis
alan veatch left a message on January 4, 2022:
May the Lord be with you Jane on your journey to heaven. I will miss seeing your smile. I wish you Rest in peace from next door. Alan Veatch
Butch and Thea Sine left a message on December 28, 2021:
Our family here in Florida send all our prayers to the Murray family, Janie's family, all friends and relatives! Janie was so special to all of us here in Florida. She was a little spitfire, but also was the most loving and caring person you would ever meet. She loved doing for others, cooking, socializing and wanting people to get together at her house. We had many great times at her house that we will forever remember. Also, when she and Ray, with other family members came to Florida, we would set out for fun, eating out, gambling on the casino boats, going to the dog track, going to the beach and eating seafood, fishing in the rivers around here while watching the manatees. Then we would take walks on the beach, picking up shells and getting wet from the ocean. We would talk all night and then start our escapades the next day, all day long. We had parties at night at our house with everyone dancing in the driveway and acting stupid. We will forever hold her in our hearts until we meet again someday.
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