Condolence & Memory Journal

Jane and George and the Polk family was always so much fun to be with. Our family and their family had many good visits back in the late 70's and early 80's. I will always remember Jane's energy and love for life!

Posted by Katie Tillinghast - Grandview, AR - Friend   January 22, 2021

My condolences: she was an extremely sweet lady and had an impact on my life in the short time I spent with her and George when I was a student at Clemson. Just by bring around her you couldn’t help but see what it meant to be a kind person and attempt to emulate her.

Posted by Tim Wells - friend   December 18, 2020

My condolences. There are not many words at a time like this, but we can pour out our hearts to God, whom is a refuge for us. When anxieties overwhelmed us, God can comforted and soothed us.

Posted by Mike    November 26, 2020

Jane was a very kind and thoughtful person. She was a very important mover in helping Safe Harbor.

Posted by Lou Leffler - Seneca, SC - Friend   November 19, 2020

I was privileged to know Jane since 1986 when she would come to the Seneca Library with a list and a smile!

Posted by Brenda Lee - Salem, SC - Friend   November 18, 2020

It has been my honor to know the Polks since 1977. What a family they are! And, it is a pleasure to say that they are some of my favorite people in the world.

David (Brownie) Tillinghast, November 17, 2020

Posted by David Tillinghast - Seneca, SC - Friend   November 17, 2020

What a privilege it was to enjoy Jazzercise with Jane! Her wonderful smile and love for exercise made her one of our favorite dancers!

Posted by Debbie Davis - Seneca, SC - Friend   November 17, 2020