Jane Lillien

Jane Lillien (Polski)

April 6, 1926 - February 7, 2021
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Jane Lillien (nee Polski), of Owings Mills, Maryland, passed away on Sunday, February 7th, 2021 at the age of 94. She is survived by her loving children, Richard Lillien (Colleen Fitzpatrick), and Leslie Lillien Levy (Richard), her granddaughter, Grace Jane Lillien, Nieces, Nancy Sachs Margulis (Russ) and Mara Polski Solowiejczyk (Jack), great nieces and nephews, Nick Sachs (Hope), Jessica Sachs O'Donovon (Ross), Melissa Sachs-Kohen, Arielle Solowiejczyk Wein (Michael), Josh Solowiejczyk, and seven great great nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her brother, Norman (Sherrie) Polski, and parents, Nathan and Jeanetta Polski.

Jane will be remembered for her care and kindness that she always showed her friends and especially her family. Always generous with her time and energy she never hesitated to help anyone who needed it. She will be missed by all who knew her. May her memory be a blessing.

Services are private. Please omit flowers. Contributions in her memory may be sent to Futures for Children, you can contribute online at Shiva will be private.
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Molly Hall

Posted at 09:02am
Jane was a lovely resident of Atrium Village. She never had a chance to enjoy all the things she wanted to do in her short time there. She was so very kind and always wanted to know how you were doing during the Covid. She will be dearly missed.

Aileen Braverman

Posted at 11:10pm
Ricky, I am so sorry hearing of your Mom’s passing. Sending sympathy & hugs.

Melody Ballan Cooper

Posted at 08:23pm
Leslie and Family,
My sincerest condolences on the passing of your Mother, Jane.
May she Rest In Peace and your memories last forever.

Reesa Luger

Posted at 11:48pm
Dear Leslie, my most sincere sympathy to you and your family on the passing of your dear mother. It always brought a smile to my face when you would come to Baltimore and post a picture of your beautiful mother, your brother, your niece, and you. I too will miss seeing your post. Keep your wonderful memories close. May your mother rest in peace, and may her memory always be for a blessing. Warmest wishes always, Reesa (Austerlitz) Luger

Jon Fink

Posted at 09:29am
I met Aunt Jane in 1970. I was 10 and Saul was 8, and her father, Nathan, married our grandmother, Mildred Cornblatt. The whole Polski/Lillien clan took us under their wing, and we all became a family Aunt Jane taught me the power of family by basically becoming my Aunt for the rest of her life. We'll never forget her. Soo, Jacob and Sarah join me in sending our love and condolences to Leslie, Rick and their families. May Aunt Jane's memory be a blessing to you and your families.

With our heartfelt condolences, Susie and Morty Mindell

Posted at 08:25pm
Dear Leslie,
So sorry to learn of your mother's passing. Her warmth was always felt whenever we would meet and her smile would broaden from ear to ear when our conversation turned to you. Her long life enabled her to share so many family milestones. May you be comforted knowing that your mom was respected and loved by so many.

Irv Rosenstadt

Posted at 07:36pm
Ricky and family,

Sorry to hear of the loss of your Mom. May all your wonderful memories keep you strong during the days ahead. We go back many years my friend.

Stanford Malinow

Posted at 05:07pm
Sorry to learn of your loss. Jane was a first cousin once removed and was always pleasant and welcoming when we would meet. I hope your good memories will sustain you at this difficult time.

Bernadette {Bernie} Michel

Posted at 03:22pm
I have never met you, but always heard stories about both of you Jane was a caring and wonderful nurse on our 5 West unit at Sinai.She was a blessing to all of our staff as well as the patients under her care. Thank you for sharing your Mom with us !

Karen Greenberg Sugar

Posted at 01:30pm
Always sad to see a classmate lose their mom. Mine has been gone over ten years, and I still talk to her every day. I hope your fondest memories can help you through.

Jill Thomas Anthony

Posted at 11:54am
Dear Leslie and Rick,
Your mom’s kindness was well know up and down Lightfoot drive. Everyone called her Aunt Jane. She was such a sweet person. Hope she sees my mom in the world to come. Please accept my sympathy.

Honey & Jon Book

Posted at 10:41am
So very sorry to hear about your mom’s passing! Whenever I would see her, she was always so nice!

Janet Martinez

Posted at 10:30am
Dear Leslie and Rick,
So sorry to hear about the passing of your mother. My memories go back to over 50 years. She was a sweet ,caring individual with always a ready smile.

Sarajane Brown

Posted at 10:10am
Dear Leslie, so sorry for the loss of your beautiful mom. We would see each other often as Sinai nurses. May you be comforted by wonderful memories.

Cyndie Thomas Schlossberg

Posted at 10:01am
I am so sorry to learn of "Aunt" Jane's passing. We were neighbors on Lightfoot Dr. She was always so sweet and kind to us Thomas girls. May her memory be of a blessing.

Ellen Brown Nathan

Posted at 09:56am
Dear Leslie, Oh where to begin? I remember your mom so very well--from the many good times spent at the house on Greenspring Ave. and the Let's Help "Em Girls, to her year as our Girl Scout Leader. We all tried her patience but she remained calm and sweet throughout. She was a beauty inside and out, and I feel fortunate to have known her. I envy you the many years that you got to love and enjoy her. May all your memories make you smile at this difficult time.

Sue Paymer

Posted at 09:31am
Dear Family,
My husband and I purchased your home on Lightfoot Drive 45 years ago.
Jane was so kind and helpful during the process.
She came over to visit a few times after we moved in-always so sweet.
Our paths crossed many times during the next years.
I always looked forward to seeing Jane and catching up.
May your memories of a very special lady help to sustain you

Deborah Baer

Posted at 09:03am

Dear Family,
Although I do not know you, I was privileged to know Jane both as a co-worker during her nursing career at Sinai as well as personally when we shared simchas hosted by my aunt and uncle, Marion and Pinny Friedman. I will remember her for her warm smile, her work ethic, and for being a genuinely really nice person. May your memories of her sustain you during this difficult time.
Debbi Baer

Nina Baumel

Posted at 09:02am
Dear Leslie and Richard
I remember you mother as someone who was beautiful inside and out. I first knew her when we were kids in Mt. Washington elementary school and then later in life as a great friend to my sister in law, Sandy Joseph who called her Nurse Jane. She was a lovely person and I know you'll have many happy memories of her to recall. Condolences to all.

Rita Wolf

Posted at 08:54am
Dear Rick and Leslie.....So very sorry about your dear Mom.....Jane was a lovely lady......Cousin Rita Wolf

Brent Cohn

Posted at 07:14am
Leslie and Rick,
I was so sorry to hear of "Aunt Jane's" passing. We all grew up together and Jane was always one of my mom's dearest friends. You were so lucky to have her around for so long. I thought that she was going to live forever. May her memory forever be a blessing to you and your families.
Fondly Brent and Allan Cohn

kathy carter

Posted at 06:11am
Rest in peacemy friend,I only knew you for a season but I could see in you greatness

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