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Jane D. (Hutt) Mamourian
July 9, 1940 ~ October 21, 2023 (age 83) 83 Years Old
Jane D. Mamourian passed away on October 21, 2023 at the age of 83. She was the wife of the late Alexander M. Mamourian. Daughter of the late Robert G. and Dorothy Hutt. Jane is survived by her extended family of friends Paul and Mary Krier, Bob and Debbie Spatola, Jon Volinsky, Lowell Dubrow, Clare Francis, Kathy, Marian, Vivian, and Mike Kurcik.
Anyone who knew Jane knew she was an animal lover.
Her preference was dogs, and she had many of them over her lifetime, from the German Shepherd her parents acquired when Jane was born, to her poodles Nikki and Tasha, Perri the Lhasa Apso, Armani (her best dog ever) and lastly, Prada, of indeterminate breed, whom she rescued.
Today, Jane and Armani are forever reunited.
The two most beloved men in Jane's life were Alex, her husband and Robert Grover Hutt, her father. She spoke of them often, reminiscing about the good times she had when her family moved from Philadelphia to California, where she learned to ride a horse. She also spoke of the adventures she had with Alex, including their many trips to Maine.
Jane liked everything just so.
Her decor, the way she arranged her rooms, artwork, clothes.
Jane saw her hairdresser every Thursday without fail, keeping her hair well groomed.
She loved jewelry, preferring real gold, occasional silver-until it tarnished and had to be cleaned whereupon it was likely to be given away-she never wore costume jewelry-ever, although she might admire it when worn by someone else.
Jane knew the local roads to any destination in the greater Philadelphia area, avoiding highways unless absolutely necessary. She routinely used highways when she visited her sister-in-law Claire Havnoonian, in Syracuse.
An accomplished piano player, Jane began piano lessons at age four and continued through high school at Norwood Fontbonne. She played mostly music by classical composers, but she also enjoyed listening to Chaka Khan and Earth Wind and Fire.
Jane loved her friends, her neighbors who were her family-they had lived next door to each other since 1972-and a bottle of good Chardonnay to accompany her favorite lamb kebabs, or hamburgers, or just cheese and crackers. She thought Chardonnay improved every kind of food.
Although her illness caused a change in her personality, to the end the essence of who she was remained-full of wry humor, strong willed, opinionated, headstrong, refusing to consider any point of view except her own.
Relatives and friends are invited to greet her friends and family on Friday, October 27th beginning at 10 AM. A funeral service will be held at 11 AM. Interment is private.
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