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Published August 31, 2012, 10:18 AM

Jane Marie Rulon

59, died August 22, 2012. She was born in Fargo, North Dakota, and moved with her family to Indianapolis when her father George Rulon joined the staff of the American Legion National Headquarters. Attending Saint Andrew the Apostle Catholic Grade School, Bishop Chatard High School and graduating from the University of Iowa in Journalism with a minor in French she continued her love of learning by participating in a global stage when working in Washington DC at the Distilled Spirits Council of the United States. In support of her family and with a fashion flair, Jane moved to Indianapolis to serve as Director of the Indiana Film Commission. Building community and bringing vision into reality was one of her many unique talents. Recognized in 2004 with the NUVO Cultural Vision Award, Jane is survived by her sister Elizabeth Rulon (Michael) Keele; nephew and nieces John, Kate and Anne Keele; cousins Steven (Jenny) Schreiner; Joseph ( Jeanne) Schreiner, and Fr. Robert Schreiner; second cousins Adam, Evan, Chris, Shaun, Devon and Caitlin Schreiner. A private green burial was arranged by Flanner and Buchanan-Washington Park North Indianapolis, Indiana. On Sunday, September 23, from 3-7PM at The Jazz Kitchen in Indianapolis, family and friends will gather to enjoy music and exchange Jane stories. The funeral Mass will be celebrated in Fargo, North Dakota at a later date. Contributions may be made to The Indianapolis Jazz Foundation PO Box 20857 Indianapolis,

Jane Marie Rulon

59, died August 22, 2012. She was born in Fargo, North Dakota, and moved with her family to Indianapolis when her father George Rulon joined the staff of the American Legion National Headquarters. Attending Saint Andrew the Apostle Catholic Grade School, Bishop Chatard High School and graduating from the University of Iowa in Journalism with a minor in French she continued her love of learning by participating in a global stage when working in Washington DC at the Distilled Spirits Council of the United States. In support of her family and with a fashion flair, Jane moved to Indianapolis to serve as Director of the Indiana Film Commission. Building community and bringing vision into reality was one of her many unique talents. Recognized in 2004 with the NUVO Cultural Vision Award, Jane is survived by her sister Elizabeth Rulon (Michael) Keele; nephew and nieces John, Kate and Anne Keele; cousins Steven (Jenny) Schreiner; Joseph ( Jeanne) Schreiner, and Fr. Robert Schreiner; second cousins Adam, Evan, Chris, Shaun, Devon and Caitlin Schreiner. A private green burial was arranged by Flanner and Buchanan-Washington Park North Indianapolis, Indiana. On Sunday, September 23, from 3-7PM at The Jazz Kitchen in Indianapolis, family and friends will gather to enjoy music and exchange Jane stories. The funeral Mass will be celebrated in Fargo, North Dakota at a later date. Contributions may be made to The Indianapolis Jazz Foundation PO Box 20857 Indianapolis, IN 46220.

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