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Jane Greene (Griffin) - Year Assigned 1977 VIEW PROFILE

Jane Greene Griffin

Born:    April 23, 1957

Passed:  July 2, 2009

 Jane Mae Greene Griffin, President of Windsor (VA) Volunteer Rescue Squad, Isle of Wight County. Passed away at 3:37 a.m. on July 2, 2009 with family and friends by her side.

She fought a long battle with cancer. She is survived by two sons with first husband Enrouter Dan Greene: Samuel (born in Weisbaden "Rhein Main" Germany) and Gregory (born in South Dakota "Ellsworth AFB") Greene.

Griffin was an RN as well as a EMT-I and has served the community for over 17 years. She also worked in ICU for many years at Leigh Hospital Norfolk, Va.

Jane Mae Griffin, 52, died July 2, 2009, at her home.
Born and raised in Racine, WI, she was the daughter of the late Joyce B. and Norbert Brusky. She graduated from St. Catherine’s High School in 1974. She served in the U. S. Air Force as an Avionics Technical from 1975 to 1979 and was stationed in Frankfort, Germany. In 1987 she graduated from Old Dominium University with a B. S. in Marketing and in 1993 from Tidewater Community college with a degree in Nursing.
As a nurse, she served at Riverside Convalescent and Rehab Center, Riverside Hospital, South Hampton Hospital, Obici Hospital, Leigh Memorial Hospital and at the time of her death, she was nursing instructor at the Medical Career Institute. For sixteen years she volunteered with and was a lifetime member of the Windsor Rescue Squad and was a Registered Technician with the National Emergency Medical Technicians.
Survivors include her husband, Keith Griffin; sons, Samuel Greene and Gregory Greene both of Windsor; sisters, Joan West, Jeanne O’Brien, Julie Roszkowski, all of Racine, WI; brothers, Peter Brusky of Milwaukee, WI, Paul Brusky of Shawano, WI, Mark Brusky and Thomas Brusky, both of Racine, WI; aunt and uncle, Robert and Dolores Bergsbaken of Pulaski, WI.
Funeral services will be conducted Wednesday at 11:00 a.m. at Woodland United Methodist Church by Pastor Mike Harrington with burial in the church cemetery. The family will receive friends in the R. W. Baker & Co. Funeral Home & Crematory Tuesday from 7 to 8:30 p.m. and other times at 13074 Shiloh Drive. In lieu of flowers the family requests memorial contributions be made to Windsor Volunteer Rescue Squad, P. O. Box 636, Windsor, VA, 23487. Condolences may be registered at

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07/04/09 10:20 AM #1    

Stanley Miller (1980)

To all of the Griffin family, my heart and deepest sympathy goes out to you.
It’s with the greatest sadness in my heart and with my deepest condolences to the Griffin family with the news of Jane’s passing.
She will forever be remembered, for her passion and love towards all of her family and friends.
Thanks Jane for showing us the way and touching our lives. You will never be forgotten. You are a true hero.
To a fellow 435th OMS Enrouter, Thanks for the memories.
Stanley Miller

07/07/09 09:26 AM #2    

Richard "Fig" Figueroa (1976)

I remember JANE when she and her husband Dan were newly assigned to B-flight. Women in Maintenance was a rarity during those early Enroute Years but B-flight had it's first Sweetheart. I have a few photos of her in her during her ENROUTE COMBAT DAYS while she worked with me on the Weekly Friday Medivac. She liked the 8 to 10 hr Quick turn Medivac C-141A Missions that were parked on the Pit 3 location and supposed to launched within the 3 to 5 hrs time frame.

I was helping Stan Miller in trying to locate her for the 2009 REUNION. I was shocked to be given the news of her passing.

My Sincere SYMPATHY to her FAMILY.-----FIG

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