In Memory Of Jane Susan Melber

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Jane Susan Melber

Musician and Teacher

Jane Susan Melber, 27, of Plainfield, Connecticut, formerly of Brecksville, Ohio, and living in London, England, was the daughter of Theodore W. and Lucile Minarik Melber of Plainfield, Connecticut, and fiancée of Alistair Parnell of Nottingham, England. A fall 1989 wedding was planned.

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January 11, 1989

Akron Beacon Journal - Obituary Jane Susan Melber

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March 1, 1988

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February 1, 1988

Royal College of Music

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January 1, 1988

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