Jane (Fulton) Street, wife of the late Lawrence Street, died at home with daughter Cynthia Brown, son Lawrence Street and daughter Jennifer Street at her side.

Jane was born May 20 1929, to William and Laura (Moe) Fulton. She was a 1947 graduate of Sutton High School and a 1951 graduate of Brown University (Pembroke Gal).

She was a life-long educator, and taught English at several institutions throughout Massachusetts, including Hardwick High School, Saugus High School (where she taught and was a basketball coach), Wayland High School, Braintree High School, and ending her career and retiring with Archbishop Williams High School in Braintree.

She remained active with the Brown University community attending Brown football games, reunions and community events with life-long college friends throughout the years.

She was an avid tennis player, bridge player and camper. She spent many summers on Martha’s Vineyard, her second home to Hingham, where she was a resident for 58 years.

She was also an active member of the Old Ship Church in Hingham.

Before camping on Martha’s Vineyard, Jane and Larry took Cindy, Law and Jennifer on two cross-country trips (1975 and 1977) exploring most of states in the U.S. and all the provinces in Canada. With a love for travel, Jane and Larry also visited several other countries throughout the years, including England, France, Greece, Italy, Australia and Sweden. The couple also explored Jane’s Swedish heritage and in 2011 Jane traveled to the Baltic states to explore her Lithuanian heritage.

Jane was a charter member of the South Shore Branch of the American Association of University Women (AAUW) and a member for over 55 years. She was active in the AAUW community, and as an avid reader attended book clubs with AAUW and the Old Ship Church community.

Her infectious spirit and drive to live a full life will be remembered for many years to come. May she rest in peace with her soul mate Larry and family members afore. A heartfelt thank you for the love and support of the Beacon Hospice Team.

She is predeceased by her brother Thomas P. Fulton, and is survived by her sister Christine Steadman, nieces Tamera Taft and Amanda Steadman Brown, and six granddaughters: Kelly Gallant, Trina Welch, Nikkole Rolston, Krista Brown, Erin Brown and Cordelia Street.

Her legacy also leaves six great grandchildren: Camden and Declan Welch, Asher, Ayla and Arden Gallant and Quinn Rolston.

Jane was loved and will continue to be remembered by all, including several nieces and nephews and extended family members.

There will be a celebration of life for family and friends at the Old Ship Church on Sunday, June 16 at 12:30 p.m.

followed by a luncheon at the South Shore Country Club in Hingham.

In lieu of flowers donations may be made to AAUW South Shore Chapter (the organization advances equity for women and girls through advocacy and education). Donations can be sent to: Gail Saccone, Treasurer, 33 May Avenue, Braintree, MA 02184