Jane A. Cudlipp - Spicer-Mullikin Funeral Homes & Crematory

Jane A. Cudlipp

Born November 11, 1952

Jane A. Cudlipp, age 61, of Townsend, DE, passed away peacefully on Wednesday, September 24, 2014.

Born in Philadelphia, PA on November 11, 1952, Jane was a daughter of the late Theodore Lawinger and Lorraine DuBree Lawinger. After completing her education, she made her career as a teacher’s aide and retired after many years of dedicated service to her students.

Jane truly enjoyed meeting new people and could easily strike up a conversation with anyone. She possessed the unique gift of making others feel instantly at ease. In her leisure time, Jane liked collecting lighthouses and gathering with friends to create beautifully handcrafted greeting cards. She adored animals and especially loved her pet cats. A devoted wife, mother, sister and friend, Jane will be dearly missed.

In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by a brother, Paul Lawinger. Jane is survived by her beloved husband, Dr. John B. Cudlipp; son, Jonathan T. Cudlipp (Maddie) of Darien, CT; sisters, Lorraine Basmajian (Jack) of Horsham, PA and Carol Kramer (Bob) of South Hampton, PA; and brother, Edward Lawinger (Jacqui) of Horsham, PA.

A visitation for family and friends will be held from 5 pm until 7 pm on Thursday evening, October 2, 2014 at the Spicer-Mullikin Funeral Home, 1000 N. DuPont Parkway, New Castle, DE. Services and interment will be held privately.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions in Jane’s name may be made to the American Diabetes Association, P.O. Box 7023, Merrifield, VA 22116-7023.


Leave your condolences

Condolences will be posted within 24 hours pending approval.

10 Condolences for Jane A. Cudlipp

  • Dear Jane,
    The remainder of our lives will be spent remembering your courage, your laugh and your love. We miss you but we know we’ll see you in heaven. Love Carol

  • My sweet Auntie, you will be missed… Love you always!

  • I can’t believe you are gone You will never be forgotten. I will miss our corresponding. I know I will think of you often, especially on your birthday, since it was the day after mine.
    May you rest in peace and God bless you.

  • Jane you will remembered always as my sister, not my sister in law. You have been my friend and my mentor. Go with God and be safe and well in his arms. Forever with love, Jack

  • Dear families:
    Heartfelt sympathy to all of you. Jonathan, her pride and joy, and Maddie, she sure loved you and
    spoke of you so often. What a beautiful person your Mother was. We went to dialysis during the
    same shift. Bless her heart she had gotten so sick, but her courage never waivered. She would still
    smile and so grateful for anything and anyone who offered her help along the way.
    God leaves a gift of memories in exchange for taking your loved one home. Praise God no more
    pain for her. I know how bad she will me missed by all of you and all of us at dialysis , me, Jean Swan, Mary Reed, technicians, etc. May God provide you with strength, comfort and
    peace of mind in the difficult days ahead, but knowing she is with our Saviour helps to
    make it a little more able to cope with. He now has another angel.
    All my Love and God Bless,
    Barbara Gruwell

  • Jane, we know you are in a much better place now in God’s arms…no pain…no dialysis 3 times a week.
    You were/are loved by so many people. May God bless you and your family and give you strength during this time.

  • Jane was the most positive and optimistic person I have ever known. Everyone who met her was struck by what a lovely person she was. She will be missed by everyone who had the great honor to call her friend. I will miss our Thursday night dinners, our long chats, and tall glasses of iced tea. May you fly with the Angels and be at peace. Always, ” Sisters of the Heart”.

  • Thank you, Jolene, for your kind thoughts. While Jane did not like having dialysis, she was happy to have good friends there to see her through it. As you said, she is in a much better place, and that gives me comfort. Take care and God bless you.

  • Thank you, Melissa, for your kind words and the flowers you sent were beautiful. We will all miss Jane, as I do intensely, but we can take comfort in the fact that she is in a much better place. I hope all is well with you and that you are settled in . Take care and God bless you

  • Barbara, thank you for your kind and comforting words. I can be grateful that Jane is in a much better place, although I can’t describe how much I miss her. She loved all of you at dialysis even though getting dialysis was a real pain. You all made those 4 hours bearable for her. Please thank all the other ladies and men there for their support and love, and the techs and nurses. Take care of yourself and may God bless you