Ebata, Teruko Jane

Apr 19, 2022

Jane Ebata (Kawai) passed away peacefully on April 19th at the age of 94.  Beloved wife of the late Toyo Ebata, sister to Hannah and Jennie and pre-deceased by brother Ted.  Her memory will be cherished by her children Gerry (Della), Linda (Jim), Donna (Stan), Sharon (James) and Susan (Michael).  Jane is survived by her 12 grandchildren and 5 great-grandchildren who will miss her dearly.

Special thanks to Dr. R MacRae and the Ottawa Hospital Oncology team, Dr. A. Douglas and the 3rd floor staff at the Ravines Retirement Residence for their care.

A celebration of Jane’s life will be held privately with immediate family as per Jane’s wishes.

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  1. George Giga June 26, 2022 at 9:01 pm - Reply

    To the entire Ebata family:

    I cannot believe the shock hearing of Auntie Jane’s passing. Time has been difficult as we all age, and especially during the pandemic where we all have lost touch with friends and family we love.

    I’ve been out of town and am guilty of never keeping tabs on social media, so this news arrival and my response is unforgivably late.

    Auntie Jane was gifted with a calm and reassuring demeanor, who always had a smile whenever present during many Shogatsu and other family social gatherings. It was my impression that Auntie Jane embraced being a daughter, sister, wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother and friend to all the people she truly loved.

    I know losing a loved one is always a difficult and emotional event, but we must always remember the good times spent being with Auntie Jane. I know, I will.

    George

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George Giga

To the entire Ebata family: I cannot believe the shock hearing of Auntie Jane’s passing. Time has been difficult as we all age, and especially during the pandemic where we all have lost touch with friends and family we love. I’ve been out of town and am guilty of never keeping tabs on social media, so this news arrival and my response is unforgivably late. Auntie Jane was gifted with a calm and reassuring demeanor, who always had a smile whenever present during many Shogatsu and other family social gatherings. It was my impression that Auntie Jane embraced being a daughter, sister, wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother and friend to all the people she truly loved. I know losing a loved one is always a difficult and emotional event, but we must always remember the good times spent being with Auntie Jane. I know, I will. George

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