NOTTINGHAM, MD—On February 6, 2021 Jane W. Michael, 77, died of coronary heart failure at Oak Crest Village in Parkville, MD.
She was born in Philadelphia, PA and labored for 38 years as an elementary college trainer for Baltimore County Public Colleges.
Following retirement in 2006, a long-time love of the water drew her to Center River, MD the place she turned very lively in the neighborhood. She served on the board of the Wilson Level Neighborhood Enchancment Affiliation and in 2009, researched and wrote a guide on the historical past of Wilson Level. She was additionally an lively board member for the Chesapeake Gateway Chamber of Commerce the place she served on the Workforce Growth Committee.
Jane obtained quite a few awards and citations for her volunteer efforts.
She obtained President Obama’s Lifetime Achievement Award in 2016 primarily based on her greater than 6000 hours with the Glenn L. Martin Maryland Aviation Museum as an administrator, docent, and board chair. She additionally obtained official acknowledgement from the County Council and the County Government for her 8 years with the Baltimore County Fee for Arts and Sciences.
Rising up and spending summers in Toms River, NJ, she discovered to like crusing and at all times loved being close to water. She was an avid reader, beloved to journey, and served as a central connection level for her geographically prolonged household. She obtained a B.S. in Training from Penn State College and her M.S.E from Johns Hopkins College.
She is survived by her husband of 52 years Jeffrey A. Michael, her son and his spouse J. Andrew Michael and Laura M. Michael of Monkton, MD, her grandsons Ryan R. Michael and William J. Michael. She can also be survived by her brother Donald G. Wilson and his spouse Jerriann Wilson of Towson, MD and her brother David W. Wilson and his spouse Jan Wilson of Lewisburg, PA.
In lieu of flowers, donations could also be despatched to the Glenn L. Martin Aviation Museum (https://www.mdairmuseum.org/donate) or the American Most cancers Society (https://www.cancer.org/). A memorial service might be scheduled for this summer time.