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Helen Paull

May 26, 2017
Pierce County Tribune

Helen Jane (Heringer) Paull

March 29, 1947- Jan. 6,2017

Helen Jane (Heringer) Paull, called Jane by all of her friends, passed away on the morning of January 6, 2017 at her home on Dataw Island, South Carolina after a brief illness. While only a resident of Dataw for a brief 5 years, Jane was an avid tennis player and a member of the Board of the Dataw Island Tennis Association, a member of the Board of the Dataw Island Yacht Club, and a member of the Board of the Dataw Island Garden Club.

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Jane was born on March 29, 1947, in Rugby, North Dakota, to Judge Roland A. Heringer and Margery Ruth Nelson Heringer. Jane grew up in Rugby and enjoyed spending

summers with her sister and two brothers on Lake Metigoshe. When her father passed away in 1960, Jane's family moved to Scottsdale, Arizona where she attended and graduated from Arcadia High School. She attended Williamette University in Salem Oregon before at-tending a university near Nice, France. While living in France she studied language and liberal arts, becoming fluent in French and studying French literature. She then attended Arizona State University in Tempe, Arizona where she graduated with her B.A. While attending ASU, she met and married Dr. Kenneth D. Paull, PhD. They had two daughters together and raised their family in Gaithersburg, Maryland. While her daughters were young, Jane stayed home with them and filled their home with music, literature, art and lots of laughter. Jane later worked for the National Cancer Institute, where she became the branch chief in Grants Administration. Her husband Kenny passed away in 1998. In 2010 Jane met Lee Scher and they were married in July, 2011. She lived the remainder of her life enjoying Dataw Island and her marriage to Lee.

Jane was an active, intelligent, and talented woman. She excelled at anything she put her hand to. She played the flute and the piano and sang with a beautiful voice. She loved art and learned to paint and create in a variety of mediums. She loved to garden, play tennis, and was a phenomenal cook.

Jane is survived by her husband, Lee Scher of Dataw Island, South Carolina; her daughters Lisa Paull of Richmond, Virginia and Amy Jensen of Gilbert, Arizona; her

brothers John Heringer of San Jose, California and Bill Heringer of Siesta Key, Florida; and her grandchildren, Andrew Jensen, Lizzy Jensen, Kate Jensen, Ethan Jensen, and Adelyne Hall. Her extended family included Lee's 3 children and 6 grandchildren. She is loved and cherished by many and we will miss her beautiful laughter.

A Celebration of Jane's Life at the Dataw Island Club will be held this spring when her beloved flowers are in full bloom.

 
 

 

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