On September 3, 2019, GOD in his infinite wisdom called Jocelyn
Marlo Lane home to eternal rest. Jocelyn the daughter of the late
George and Clara Lane, was born on November 24, 1953 in Balti-
more Maryland. She was a loving Mother, Grandmother, Sister,
Aunt and friend.
Jocelyn was affectionately known as Jocie and Aunt Jocie to those
that became staples in her life. She began her journey towards
Christianity as a child and was a member of the Unity United
Methodist Church in Baltimore City.
Jocelyn received her education in the Baltimore City Public
School System. She held various jobs throughout her life, most
recently as an office aid at the Baltimore Library
of the Blind-she enjoyed people. She lived her
life just the way she wanted to and without hesi-
tation. Jocelyn was mother to Terrence Lane and
Tony Braham both whom she loved dearly.
The most cherished and defining moments in
Jocelyn s life was the time spent with family. Jocelyn loved fam-
ily and would attend family gathers-where she could always be
found huddled with family laughing and joking. Some would say
she was the family gossip and stayed in "the mix." Jocelyn often
referred to herself as "Clara's Baby Girl," and was preceded in
death by two siblings, Sheila and Gerald.
Jocelyn has left us with many memories. Her spirit lives on
through her two sons, Terrence Lane and Tony Braham (January);
six grandchildren, Tony Jr. Terrence Jr. Taneshia, Taniqua
Tashay and Shanique; two great-grandsons Ahmad and Sincere'
two great-grand daughters Laylah and Saimah; sister Sandra, two
brothers Stanley and Craig and a host of nieces, nephews, rela-
tives and friends.
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