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Jane Elizabeth Linley 1937-2019

JANE ELIZABETH (GIBISER) LINLEY age 82 entered into eternal rest on the afternoon of September 30, 2019.

She was predeceased by her husband of 53 years Albert E Linley Sr. - Jane was born May 1, 1937 in Franklin Square, NY to the late Frank and Anna (Hanek) Gibiser. She later moved with her family to Monroe Ct and attended Bassick High School. Jane worked for the local postal service and worked as a waitress at the Kimberely Diner it was there that she would meet her future husband Albert. Jane and Al married in September of 1959 and settled into the Huntington section of Shelton for the remainder of her life.

Jane worked for her husband's business Trumbull Service Center until the business was sold in 1975. Jane proceeded to become an Office Manager for Tilo Roofing and Siding until she began her career with Sikorsky's and United Technologies in the late 70's where she maintained her employment as a payroll administrator for over 20 years. She was hired from Sikorsky's to become a payroll department head at Dow Utc. Jane retired from GKN as the head of the payroll department in 2002.

Although she was met at heavens gate with open arms by God and all those she loved, her presence here will be deeply missed by those she left behind.

Jane is survived by her three children Albert E Linley Jr (Diane). Linda L. Linley Bott (Frank) and James D. Linley (Donna).

Her greatest joy in life was that of her grandchild Andrew J. Linley-Bott, Janelyn E Linley-Bott, Albert E. Linley III, Jamie L (Linley) Weid, and Mathew R, Linley.

She is also survived by her brother Frank J. Gibiser Jr. and his wife Gail of Florida and several nieces and nephews.

She was predeceased by her sister Nancy C. Roba

Jane was an artist by nature and a creative talent she enjoyed sewing, cooking and canning. The Christmas murals she sketched and painted on the home picture window was a sight for the whole neighborhood to enjoy.

As her family we were truly blessed to have her in our lives you made everything better with a word, a touch or a listening ear. Your love never faltered and for that we are eternally grateful.

So with a heavy heart filled with eternal love for now we say till we see you again.

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Vicki Mas Smith
Vicki Mas Smith
Oct 13, 2019

Rest in peace to the most loving and wonderful aunt, your legacy of love will live on forever in our hearts.

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