A Book of Remembrance

Jane Firmin

We were all deeply saddened by the sudden passing of Jane, our much loved CEO.  Jane had worked at Women’s Aid in Luton for over twelve years. In that time, she touched the lives of many people, both as a colleague and as a friend.  Her passion and commitment to Women’s Aid in Luton were second to none and she led the organisation with enthusiasm and compassion enabling the team to provide the best support and care to the hundreds of women and children who use the services every year. Jane was a vibrant and warm person, always smiling, always ready to listen and always looking for ways to support more of those impacted by domestic violence.  We will miss her.

Book Owner: Sue Lofthouse
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Karla Andrews

Dear Jane, I have learnt so much from you that i will never forget, you taught me to belive in myself and built up my self-confidence when i had none, i will always be gratfeul for that. Thank you for believing in me. Love Karla.xx. …

Claire Holcombe -

I have been very privileged to work with Jane for the past year, I learnt so much from her and loved her passion and commitment to women who have experienced violence in their homes.  There are many hundreds of women who are living changed lives due to her, many women who probably would not …

Barbara Kelman

Jane, You were such an inspirational person and had a positive impact on the life of so many people. I feel privileged to have known you.   You leave a great legacy through your work for WAiL.  You will be greatly missed.  My thoughts are with Les and your family.  Barbara …

Gail Dearing

I met Jane in Costa in Luton, proper Luton girl! She wanted me to be a WAIL trustee and no was not going to be acceptable as an answer!! So I rocked up to meet Jane at the offices and then I was in the WAIL family.  I mainly saw Jane at Board meetings …

Helen Smith

It’s really hard to believe that you have gone from our lives; you were such an inspiration to many with your passion and enthusiasm for Women’s Aid in Luton.  It was a joy and an honour working with you and watching how you grew with confidence as you faced each challenge that you were …

Sue Lofthouse

I can’t believe that you have gone Jane.  I really admired your passion and commitment to WAIL and your creativity and zest for life.  Always smiling and cheerful and caring about others, I will miss our chats and board meetings. You were a kind, caring and inspirational lady and will be missed by many. …
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