Our beloved wife, mom, grandma, aunt, and cousin passed away Saturday, April 16th, 2022 at the age of 88 from natural causes. Jane Adams Bradshaw was born May 29th, 1933 in Cedar City, Utah to Cecil Clair (Mike) and Margarette (Madge) McConnell Adams.\n\nJane was strong, diligent, dedicated, and gave a hundred percent in everything she did. This applied to callings, positions, and especially her family. She did nothing halfway. If she had to teach a Relief Society lesson, it was memorized. Christmas decorations, much to everyone's dismay, were perfectly aligned, tethered, and spaced. Treats and meals were redone until they were perfect in her eyes. This type of dedication was delivered with love to her family. It didn't matter the sacrifice, time, whatever it took, she took on the task to help those she loved. She tirelessly drove her daughter and friends anywhere and everywhere and we all loved the phrase "Jane loves to drive." This really meant she was a dedicated mom that would do anything for her family. She endlessly supported her daughter and grandchildren in all their activities and encouraged them in their endeavors. Jane was one of a kind and we adored her.\n\nShe was fiercely loyal and dedicated to her grandchildren and loved to spend time with them. Jane defied age and was on her hands and knees playing hide and seek with her granddaughter at age 88. She could walk faster than all of us even in her advanced years. She is still ageless in our minds and will always be our young strong mom, grandma, aunt, and cousin.\n\nJane took in anyone that needed a home. She loved her nephews, nieces, her daughters' friends, her parents, and grandchildren, and her home was open to everyone. She influenced all lives for good and provided an atmosphere of love and care. She loved and calmed children and babies, and was often referred to as the "baby whisperer." She blessed us with this gift until the last few weeks of her life. We feel fortunate to have a dedicated mom, grandma, and aunt that was also a friend and a joy to be around. Stacie often said she won the lottery when it came to parents.\n\nJane was a faithful member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. She served in the Relief Society Presidency, Young Women, numerous church callings, PTA, and Mohey Moms. She especially loved the work she did in The Family History Center with genealogy performing extractions. She enjoyed researching and connecting families, and she found joy in her calling. Jane also served in the Lambda Delta Sigma Sorority at the SUU Institute of Religion. Through this service, Jane was a leader of the SUU Relief Society sisters. Her influence, example, and nurturing helped build lifelong bonds focusing on high ideals, values, and leadership. In her younger years, Jane worked at First Security Bank and always recalled wonderful memories of the work, friends, and people she associated with throughout her time there. \n\nShe loved the mountain and was proud of her ancestors and the heritage held there. She found peace and joy in the cabin she worked hard to build with her parents. It was a special sacred place to her where many memories were made. We can still hear her say, "Don't you just love it up here?"\n\nJane graduated from Cedar High School in 1951 and attended SUU (formerly known as Branch Agricultural College). She married Gail Barber Bradshaw in 1970 and they were sealed for time and all eternity in the St George LDS Temple. She loved and missed Gail and couldn't wait to be reunited with him.\n\nShe is preceded in death by her husband, her parents, sister Renee, and many beloved cousins and grandparents. She is survived by her daughter Stacie Bradshaw Belshaw (Nathan), grandchildren Kyler, Braden, Kailie Jane, Jaden, Ashlie Rachel, Ambralie Brielle, and many nieces, great-nieces, and nephews she loved dearly.\n\nJane's work ethic was strong and she never shied away from hard tasks. She was sophisticated, yet down to earth. She worked hard and blessed the lives of all those she came in contact with. We are forever grateful for the profound influence and gift she was in our lives.\n\nWe would like to thank the wonderful doctors and nurses at Cedar City Hospital for the kind and respectful way they took care of her during the last week of her life.\n\nFuneral Services will be Friday, April 29th, 2022 at 12:30pm at the Cedar Stake Center 155 E 400 South.