Jane Hindman Koehler

Profile Updated: July 7, 2014
Jane Hindman
Residing In: Woodstock, IL USA
Spouse/Partner: Robert
Children: Clare 1973 and Beth 1978
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I am now retired after serving as Assistant Director of the Woodstock Public Library for 30 years.

Upon retirement, I went back to school and am now a Court Advocate for children in Family Court. I spend a lot of time in Court !

I am also on the Woodstock Fine Arts Board and the Mozart Festival Board. I volunteer at a clinic on Fridays.

Bob and I have 3 grandchildren. Our youngest daughter, Beth, lives in
Carbondale with her family. Our older daughter is in Iowa.

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As a "west-ender," I often road the good old Belleville bus with Mary. Yes, she was shy. Once, we went to St Louis together on the bus.  She was afraid that we would be lost and never find our way back.  I can remember meeting her a few years later when I was back in Belleville on college break and she showed me a picture of her toddler son.  She was so proud.     

Oct 18, 2015 at 3:33 AM
Oct 14, 2015 at 7:16 PM

Wear a maroon tie when you come to Court.

Oct 14, 2015 at 7:15 PM

I believe the teacher's name was Hallie Eubanks. I can remember thet she did get married - to our amazement. I did not get an A in typing, however.

We have probably passed one another in the halls of the Court House. I am a Court Appointed Advocate in Judge McIntyre's Family Court. Small world.

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Sep 12, 2015 at 11:33 PM

As I was thinking about Judy, I remembered that she was the one who told me President Kennedy had been shot.  I was working in the Junior College Library when Judy came in.  She asked if I had heard the news about Kennedy.  I remember thinking, "That can't happen... presidents don't get assassinated in this modern time."   A few minutes later Lenora Kriege, who taught history just across the hall, came into the library with a grim expression and confirmed that it was true.  When I think of that day, I also think about Judy.    

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Sep 11, 2015 at 7:33 PM

Judy and I often rode the old Bi-state bus together.  We were "west-enders."  She was a lovely young woman.

 

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Oct 18, 2014 at 3:33 AM