Jane R. Moore

Jane R. Moore
September 3, 1922 – March 26, 2017

Jane Elizabeth Moore, of Bryan, passed away on Sunday. March 26, 2017, at the age of 94. A visitation will be held from 5 to 7 pm, Wednesday, March 29, 2017, at Callaway-Jones Funeral home in Bryan, Texas. A memorial service will be held at 10:30 am, Thursday, March 30, 2017, at Callaway-Jones Funeral home in Bryan, Texas. Interment will follow in Alexander Methodist Church Cemetery in Tabor, Texas.

Jane was born in Bryan, Texas to Siegal S. Moore and Louvisa Rosier on September 3, 1922. She attended Bryan schools. On September 2, 1939, Jane married Morris Moore where they began to farm and ranch in Kurten, Texas.

Jane enjoyed sewing, dancing, farming, ranching, playing cards, volunteering at Alexander Methodist Church and working the polls during elections. She enjoyed her traveling adventures with her siblings and friends. She shared her talents teaching homemaking to the 4-H youth of Brazos County. Jane worked for twenty-six years at the Brazos County courthouse. After retiring she dedicated her love for animals and began to work at Kurten Vet Clinic with her dear friends Dr. Jimmy Lloyd and Dr. Henry (Bucky) Blazek.

Proceeding her in death are her husband of 51 years Morris Moore, parents Siegal and Louvisa Rosier, brothers Ernest Rosier, Frank Rosier, Wayne Rosier, Cecil Rosier, sisters Ethel Nash, Minnie Shaw, Clara Hill and Lola Peters.

Survivors include her daughter Frances Bowers of Bryan, Texas; her son John Moore and wife Marilyn of Bryan, Texas; her four grandchildren Genita Wallace, Marshall Wallace and wife Sheryl, Melissa Moore and husband Amancio Garcia and John Morris Moore. Two great grandchildren Kacie Wallace, Justin Rodgers and companion Destinee Puente; one great-great-granddaughter Sofia Rodgers.

Family and friends honoring Jane’s life, as pallbearers are Marshall Wallace, Justin Rodgers, John Morris Moore, Buddy Johnson, Richard Pitts and Aaron Fry. Honorary pallbearers are Bobby Rosier, Duane Peters, Claude Wayne Rosier and James Marion Rosier.

Special thanks to the staff at Hudson Creek and Hospice Brazos Valley.

In lieu of flowers memorial may be made to Hospice Brazos Valley, 502 West 26th Street, Bryan, Texas, 77801 or to Alexander Methodist Church, 5300 Alexander Church Road, Bryan, Texas 77808.


  1. I was saddened to read that Jane Moore, who was very helpful to me during the time I worked for Brazos County, had passed away. Her family members have my deepest sympathy.

  2. Our prayers are with you all. I enjoyed working and getting to know her she was so much fun. Tommy and Ginger Lanehart

  3. We are so sorry to hear of Ms. Janes passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.
    Mike and Carolyn McGee

  4. So sorry to hear of Jane’s passing. I loved her so much. She was a wonderful friend and coworker. I will miss her very much but know she is happy with Morris and the rest of the family. To the family let behind, you have my deepest sympathy. May you find peace in knowing how much she loved you.

  5. Aunt Jane was was one of our favorites. Always there when you needed her, as a friend and confident. We have many happy memories of Aunt Jane, many of which were spent working cows. She will be dearly missed. Our prayers and condolances to her children and grandchildren. We love you all. Claude and Trisha

  6. A beautiful lady with a beautiful heart whose smile brightened your day when you entered the courthouse. With heartfelt condolences to her family and friends.

  7. What kind of condolences can you leave for such a great lady she got me out of a jam more ways than one many private talks and life lessons we learned from my Aunt Jane not a finer lady anywhere or could be made or could be found I will love and always miss you and I miss working cow and hunting doves God bless

  8. The loss of a Love one is a hard. Thing !! JOHNNY to you and your family Deb and I pass our condolences to you.

  9. From the first day I set foot in the courthouse as a scared new lawyer, Jane’s warm welcome and encouragement helped me conquer my daily stagefright. Whether she knew it or not, her bright smile and kindness kept me going. A true lady, she never met a person she didn’t like, and she was ever ready to help everyone she met. Jane’s beautiful smile lit up the room. I am saddened by her passing, and know her family and friends will miss her greatly. With all my sympathy, Sarah Ryan

  10. I enjoyed the time working with Mrs Moore and getting to know her , she was a sweet woman and a joy to have met.. rip Mrs Jane


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