Obituaries

M. Jane Ritter

May 1, 1936 - April 11, 2020

Age 83, of Warsaw, passed away on April 11, 2020 at the Wyoming County Nursing Facility in Warsaw.

She was born May 1, 1936 in Buffalo, daughter of the late James and Martha George Simons. Jane was employed for many years as a licensed practical nurse at the Wyoming County Community Hospital in Warsaw. She loved antiquing. Jane was a family person. She enjoyed raising her children and she had a special bond with her four sisters.

Surviving are her children, Diane Ritter of Michigan, John (Joanne) Ritter of Java, Danny (Donna) Ritter of Boston, MA, Julie (John) Schallert of Boston, MA; eight grandchildren; three great grandchildren; her sisters, Joanne (George) MacKenna of Amherst, Mary (Linda) Simons of Java, Sheila (Michael) Holmes of Rushford, Patricia (Michael) Dennis of Richmond, VA; several nieces and nephews.

Due to the current health crisis, there are no visitation or services at this time. Services will be held at a date to be announced in the future. Burial will be in St. Michael’s Cemetery, Warsaw. Memorial donations may be made to the Wyoming Community Hospital Foundation, 400 N. Main St., Warsaw, NY 14569.

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Apr 19.20 from Julie Schallert:

Mom - You will be missed with a huge gap in my heart that will never be the same. You taught me all there is to know about resilience and determination, courage in the midst of all kinds of adversity, but overcoming it all with hope and love and kindness! I am proud to have been your daughter. I know you are in God’s loving arms and that gives me peace. You did so much for others as a nurse and served in so many selfless ways! That’s how it’s supposed to be! I hope to follow your example.  Your sense of humor was one-of-a-kind with your keen Irish wit. We had some great laughs over the years over the most random things and I will miss that! 

Apr 18.20 from Taunja Green:

I want to send my deepest condolences. Not only was Jane our neighbor for 11 years but I knew her when she would come into the office. She was so sweet. Always worried about the growth of her tree into the neighbors back lawn and would ask my son to come help trim it up. Everytime I would see her she’d ask how the kids were doing or she’d yell over the fence to check in on us. She would always tell me a new story each time we spoke. Rest in peace Martha and God Bless to your family.

Apr 18.20 from John Ritter:

Our family will sadly miss you.There has been many people that have reached out to me family,friends,neighbors,people you worked with you and people that took care of you. This is a testament to the kind of person you were.I will remember the meaningful conversations and laughs we had not knowing the end was so close. We love you.

Apr 17.20 from Nellie Caryl:

My deepest sympathies, I knew your mom from the “Y” in Warsaw. She was so much fun, I’m so happy we became friends. I’m grateful I had the chance to know her. Blessings, Nellie Caryl

Apr 17.20 from Shirley Humphrey:

I am deeply saddened, she was a great lady, she never missed a yard sale or antique show. John you were a wonderful son to her.

Apr 16.20 from Fran Brown-Doell:

I met Jane while working at Sinclair Pharmacy. She was an absolute joy to wait on and talk to. She called me Franny which I just loved. I miss her so very much, always a smile and a happy voice. A great lady.

Apr 16.20 from Barbara Wolinski:

I was so thankful to have met Jane while working at WCCH.  When she retired our family was fortunate to have her come each day and help our mother with her daily needs.  They became friends and enjoyed each others company.  She was very proud of her home and her antiques.  My sympathies to her family.

Apr 15.20 from Sandy michalek:

I worked with Janey many years ago at WCCH. She always had a smile on her face and willing to help anyone. She was a great friend and will be missed

Apr 15.20 from Dianne M Ritter:

To my beloved Mom, thanks for all you did to make me feel loved.  You gave me an appreciation for history through our antique hunting.  You gave me and my kids so many laughs over your one liners.  Most of all you gave me love and support through the good times and bad times.  I will always love you and the special relationship that we had.  I am blessed that you were my Mom.  Rest in peace
Dianne

Apr 14.20 from Sue and Mike Panaro:

Beautifully written obituary. May you rest in peace Aunt Jane.

Apr 14.20 from Rachael Booth :

I love you grandma.  You will be missed! You’ve taught us all so much and we are incredibly grateful.  I’m holding tightly onto all our precious memories.