There has passed the death of Jane Steele, who served as Assistant Principal at Denmark Road High School. The headmistress showed respect for her deceased colleague. Let’s take a closer look at what ultimately led to Jane Steele’s death.
How did Gloucester teacher Jane Steele die?
The institution claims that Mrs. Steele was a generous and selfless woman who dedicated her life to serving the needs of others. On the Facebook page of the school where Mrs Steele was a teacher, Claire Giblin, the principal of Denmark Road High School in Gloucester, paid tribute to her.
Referring to Mrs. Steele, who had previously worked as the principal at Newent Community School, Claire claimed that Mrs. Steele’s absence had made the world a poorer place. Shortly before the end of the summer holidays, Mrs. Steele met an unexpected death.
This tragic information was shared with the alumni by Eleanor, Jane Steel’s daughter, as well as Andy, Jane Steel’s husband.
“She was the best of us,” declared Jane’s family after her death. “She was an amazing mother, an incredible wife, a fabulous friend and a valued colleague.” Nothing she did was motivated by self-interest. She dedicated her life to being a support system for those around her.
The deadly disease that killed Jane Steele
In the middle of summer, Jane Steele died unexpectedly. It was not yet known what caused Jane’s death. Medico Topics has reached out to the victim’s family and loved ones for their perspective on the situation. So far we have not received any replies. As soon as enough new information is available, we will update the page. Additional information will be added to Steele’s cause of death soon.
Mrs Gilbin said:
Denmark Road High School Principal Claire Giblin shared some news on Facebook which reads as follows:
Jane Steele. The best we are.
Andy, Jane’s husband, and Eleanor, her daughter, have requested that we share some tragic information with the wider community as well as Jane’s alumni. On Saturday 27th August our school’s Deputy Principal, Jane Steele, passed away unexpectedly. Our thoughts go to her family, who of course struggle to understand their loss. Please know that you are in our thoughts.
Jane embodied the spirit of Denmark Road. A respected educator and leader, as well as a valued collaborator and trusted friend. Without Jane to share it with, this world is a much sadder and lonelier place.
We help each other as a community, with a primary focus on making sure Andy and Eleanor’s needs and wants are met. The amount of joy Jane has brought to people’s lives far outweighs the pain this loss causes. In the words of Andy and Eleanor, she was the best of us – an amazing mother, an incredible wife, a fabulous friend and a valuable colleague. She will be greatly missed. Nothing she did was motivated by her own interest. She dedicated her life to helping those around her.
Jane’s funeral will be held at Christ Church in Cheltenham on Friday September 30th. The memorial service begins at 11 a.m. and all who wish to pay their respects are invited to attend. We’ve created an email address that you can use if you want to express your condolences or share a memory with family. The e-mail address is [email protected] We will share this email address with the family.
There is no appropriate or inappropriate way to mourn. Different people will experience and express it in different ways. If hearing something makes you sad, you should let it happen. Please contact us if you are unsure how to proceed or if you need someone’s help. I want to share a comment from CS Lewis that has been useful to me in the past when trying to understand loss: “The fear now is part of the happiness then.” “That sums it up.”
Thanks and best regards
Elliot Leaver, a Gloucester educator, was honored with honors and shared his thoughts as follows:
Despite the fact that I never visited Denmark Road, Jane was Principal at Newent Community School between 2006 and 2013, during which time I went from Year 10 to the end of my time as a student there. She has always behaved impeccably and made it her life’s work to do what is best for the students at this institution, no matter the circumstances. She will be greatly missed by everyone.
Commentary was provided by Liv Millman.
Even if you weren’t in her class, she went out of her way to make you feel welcome and offered her help whenever needed. This news is quite disturbing because she was such a pleasant and kind person. She will be greatly missed and I offer my deepest condolences to her family and to all DRHS students and alumni.
In response, Shailesh Patel said:
I’m so sorry to hear that. We keep her family and friends in our thoughts and prayers at this difficult time. REST IN PEACE
Lauren T commented:
It was a heartbreaking experience reading this. Mrs. Steele was the most amazing and motivating teacher I have ever had; She even encouraged students like me who had no natural talent for math. I was never afraid of classes because Mrs. Steele always strived to have fun while learning and to see the best in everyone. I will never forget how cute and hilarious she was; I don’t think I could ever be the same. I will cherish and cherish the lovely comments she wrote in my yearbook. Our thoughts are with her husband, daughter and the rest of her family at this incredibly difficult time.
Florrie Cole commented:
The consideration that Jane showed me was indescribable. I was very moved by her compassion and encouragement, as well as her sense of humor, and I remember the time I spent in her classroom with such affection. My sincere condolences and thoughts are with Jane’s family at this difficult time.