Celebration of Jane Wise – At the Heart of Trinity Since the 60’s!

Those of you who know Jane Wise know how lucky we are to have her as a part of the Trinity community.  Her generous spirit has led the way in many endeavors, from the children, to United Methodist Women, to Hope Food Pantry.  She was a dedicated part of North Central Caregivers for many years, and her thoughtful cards brightened the day for many throughout the years.

Jane is moving to Round Rock to the Parkwood-Meadows Independent Living facility, so will no longer be able to be an active member of Trinity. Join us between services (10:30 am) on Sunday, September 11 to celebrate and honor this very special woman.

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One thought on “Celebration of Jane Wise – At the Heart of Trinity Since the 60’s!

  1. One of her most meaningful projects over the years has been RIF, or as it is known today, Book Spring, volunteering and providing books to the students of Ridgetop Elementary School. I have had the honor and fun of working with Jane over the past few years and know how much RIF means to her and how much the faculty and students at Ridgetop appreciate her. I hope that Jane will be able to continue to participate after her move to Round Rock. She is a blessing.

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