Catherine Anita Kamphuis-Jayne

Catherine Anita Kamphuis-Jayne, 90, of Orlean, Virginia passed from this life on Thursday, May 24, 2019 in Warrenton, Virginia. Born in Aberdare, Wales on April 6, 1929 to Gwladys Gwynneth Jayne and John Michael Jayne, she spent her early childhood being raised by her maternal grandfather, Jacob Jayne. After spending the war years at a convent in Worcester, England, she met her husband, Jan Willem Kamphuis of Zwolle, The Netherlands. They married June 6, 1951 in The Hague, The Netherlands. They had three children and lived in The Hague, Brussels, Lisbon, and Ankara before emigrating to the United States in 1976. Devoted to dogs, she worked with rescue organizations throughout her life and had a soft spot in her heart for Great Danes. She found her spiritual home with Father Ostman at the Anglican Church of St. John the Baptist in Marshall, Virginia. She leaves a a daughter, Gwynn Boss of Santa Barbara, California, a son, Jan Willem Kamphuis III of Warrenton, Virginia, a daughter, Dosithee Randall of Broad Run, Virginia, seven grandchildren, six great grandchildren, and “Jake.”A service will be held on Saturday, June 15, 2019 at 11:00 a.m. at the Anglican Church of St. John the Baptist, 4107 Winchester Road, Marshall, Virginia, followed by burial at Emmanuel Episcopal Church, 9668 Maidstone Road, Delaplane, Virginia. Family and friends will be welcome for light refreshments afterward at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jan Kamphuis, 7559 Foxview Drive, Warrenton. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to the Anglican Church of St. John the Baptist in Marshall, Virginia or Paws for Seniors at pawsforseniors.org

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