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Jane Leuthauser

Jane E. Leuthauser

Friday, April 21st, 1950 - Monday, February 1st, 2021
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Obituary

Jane E. Leuthauser, longtime resident of High Bridge passed away Monday, February 1st at the Overlook Medical Center in Summit. She was 70.

Born in Orange and raised in Summit, she lived in Warren and Florida before moving to High Bridge, New Jersey 40 years ago.

She worked as an Advertising Representative for the Hunterdon Democrat Newspaper in Flemington before her retirement.

As an animal lover, Jane was an active volunteer with the Woodlands Wildlife Refuge in Pittstown, New Jersey. She also enjoyed taking car rides through Hunterdon County with her dogs to take aerial videos and photos of the landscapes with her drone. Jane’s other passion was media and technology, researching family history through Ancestry.com and spending time with her loved ones through social media.

She was predeceased by her parents, Rudolf & Eleanor Leuthauser; and brothers, Warren and Gary Leuthauser.

Surviving are her brother and sister-in-law, Charles & Susan Leuthauser of Somerset; nieces, Brooke Bowden, Kay Mackey and Jessica Gordon-Bruno; her dogs, Pepper, Rudy and Amy; and her birds, Thelma and Louise.

A celebration of her life will be held at a future date to be announced. Donations in her loving memory can be made to the Woodlands Wildlife Refuge, PO Box 5046, Clinton, New Jersey 08809 or at the website, www.WoodlandsWildlife.org.

Private cremation services were held under the direction of the Gleason Funeral Home, Somerset, NJ.
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Craig Johnson

Posted at 11:40am
I became friends with Jane in the 1960's when her parents purchased a vacation home at Paulinskill Lake, Newton New Jersey where we spent our summers. Jane's arrival at Paulinskill added adventure and hilarity to our summer days. Possessed with imagination, a sense of adventure and a disregard for convention and formality, in Jane's company one always had fun. After college I moved to the United Kingdom and forty five years passed before Jane and I had a reunion. It was good to realize that Jane was still very much the same. She was a rugged individualist who remained true to herself. She was self-creating and self-sustaining. Rarely does one encounter such strength. I will miss her.
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Kimberley Siegel

Posted at 11:48am
Jane will be missed and treasured! I know her from Woodlands Wildlife. She loved to reminisce abt her childhood and her “pet raccoon”! Every time I ran into Jane I’d stop to chat for a few minutes. She always had a smile on her face and was such a kind, cheerful person! I loved her zest for life —flying drones and keeping up with technology! Jane — you are missed! Till we meet again! — Kim
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