In Memory

Jane Inman

Jane Inman, died suddenly on Tuesday, Nov. 16, 2004, from a ruptured aorta.

Jane was born in Charleston, S.C., and grew up in Greensboro, N.C. She was the daughter of the late Joseph Cooper Inman Sr., and the late Donna Dewees Inman. Jane attended East Carolina University, UNC Greensboro, and graduated from the Culinary Arts School of the Art Institute of Atlanta. Jane was in the restaurant business since high school in Greensboro, which then took her to California, South Carolina and lastly to Georgia in 1991. She worked for the Fulton County School System in their food services while catering as a part owner and chef of Food Wizards. Jane and her business partner, Linda Crane expanded into fulltime catering. Jane took pride in her corporate catering business in Augusta, Ga., especially during the Masters Championship.

Among her many talents, Jane was an accomplished needleworker and seamstress. As an avid reader and world traveler, she began her education as a language major. Jane was a giving individual who was a hard worker, was loved by many and is missed by friends and family around the country.

Jane is survived by five siblings, Joe Inman Jr., and wife Nancy of Marietta, Jeff Inman and wife Judy of Greensboro, N.C., Juliana Inman of Napa, Calif., Janette Inman Ridge and husband Steve of Newnan, Ga., John Inman and wife Patti of Durham, N.C.; 11 nieces and nephews; and her childhood best friend, Hope Humphries Lambert and husband Pharis of Durham, N.C.

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03/26/11 12:21 AM #1    

Alice Levy (Hill)

Jane was such a fun person to be around.  She and I swam on the Starmount Country Club Swim team together for many years.  We had alot of fun and laughter at meets and hanging around on the grass hill, waiting our turn.  The whole family loved golf and so did my Father.  He loved seeing the "Inman boys" play. 

Jane had fantastic red hair as a child and a beautiful smile.  Her memory is one I shall always cherish.  Sincerely, Alice Levy Hill

06/28/11 04:18 PM #2    

Annie Laurie "Lollie" Holland (Lehman)

So sorry to hear about Jane.  We had some good times.  She was always very nice and sweet to be around.  I am so glad to know that she had such a full life and found her calling.

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