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Jane Ann (Lewis) Hall
December 1, 1958 ~ January 17, 2024 (age 65) 65 Years Old
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Jane Ann Hall, born in Cleburne, Texas, to James Albert and Margie (Marshall) Lewis on December 1, 1958, passed away January 17, 2024.
In 1976, she married her high school sweetheart, Terry Lynn Hall, with whom she shared over 48 years of love, family, and friendship. Jane was a devoted mother to two sons, Jason Hall and Daniel Hall. She graduated from Alvarado High School and enjoyed a fulfilling career as a truck driver.
Jane is survived by her loving husband, Terry, and her cherished children, Jason Hall and Daniel Hall, along with Daniel's wife, Julie. She leaves behind a legacy of joy through her grandchildren: Dylan Hall, Cole Hall and his wife Korrina, Katlyn Hall, Colin Hall, Austin Hall, Connor Hall, and great grandson Johnny Hall.
In addition to her immediate family, Jane is also survived by her brother, Danny Lewis, and his wife Michelle. Her family was a source of great pride and happiness for her.
Jane embraced life with a sense of adventure, finding joy in activities such as horseback riding, appreciating old cars, and sharing lighthearted motorcycle rides. She was considered the matriarch of the family, a truly one-of-a-kind individual whose warmth and spirit will be remembered by all who were fortunate enough to know her.
Her life was characterized by dedication to her family and a successful career. Jane's warm spirit and loving nature touched the lives of those around her, leaving lasting memories of joy and kindness.
She will be deeply missed by all who had the privilege of knowing her.