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Jeane Ann Dolan
Date of Death or Service Apr 10, 2015
Jeane Ann Dolan
   Friends are invited to attend a visitation on Friday, April 10, 2015 at Taylor Funeral Home between the hours of 6 pm and 8 pm. There will be a gathering to celebrate her life at her home in Fairview this Saturday, April 11, 2015 at 1 pm.
   Memorials are suggested to  www.itgetsbetter.org in her memory.
   Jeane, age 52 of Fairview, TN passed away suddenly on April 4, 2015 surrounded in the love of her family. She was born August 27, 1962 to Bernard Dolan and Elizabeth Allen-Dolan in Monticello, Iowa, the youngest of 10 children. Jeane enlisted in the U.S.Army where she served until 1996 as Sergeant First Class in military intelligence. She moved to Virginia, beginning a 27 year career in Intelligence and National Security with the management consulting firm Booz Allen Hamilton, culminating in a Vice Presidential role. Throughout her life, Jeane was the epitome of generosity and a pioneer for equality. A founding member of  Booz  Allen's GLOBE forum (Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual Employees); actively involved in various AIDS fundraising activities; and in 2001 she was named by Fortune Magazine as one of the Gay Financial Network's Power 25. Jeane's passions in life were her family and friends, her dogs, cooking and gardening. She celebrated every holiday in grand style and there was always room for more at her table. She moved to Fairview, TN in 2009 where she then had the time and space to let those passions flourish.
   Jeane was preceded in death by her parents and her brothers, John and Kevin. Jeane is survived by; Her son Mitchell English and his mother Jewel of Fairview, TN;  Sister Gloria KIntzle and husband Harold of Anamosa, IA; Sister Judy Wayland-Creighton and husband Richard of Oriental, NC; Brother Dennis Dolan and wife Sharen of Marshfield, MO; Brother Bernard Patrick Dolan and wife Sue of Harper's Ferry, IA; Sister Mary Starry and husband David of De Pere, Wisconsin; Brother Terry Dolan and wife Barbara of Pine, CO; Sister Denise Clark and husband Sam of Burns,TN; 33 Nieces and Nephews.
    Jeane Ann Dolan was a powerful force of life, a gift and loyal friend. She was a true renaissance woman whose smile and kindness touched every life she encountered. A loving, devoted and giving soul whose light will forever shine through the love we shared with her.

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