Janette Easton McMillan

janette mcmillan

October 25, 1940 ~ March 4, 2022

Born in: Turriff, Scotland, United Kingdom
Resided in: Bryan, Texas

Janette McMillian, 81, of Bryan, passed away on Friday, March 4, 2022, in Bryan surrounded by her family who adored her dearly. Graveside Inurnment will be at 2 pm, Saturday, March 19, 2022, in Franklin Cemetery. Officiating will be Rev. Ted Foote. Cremation services are in the care of Callaway-Jones Funeral and Cremation Centers, Bryan-College Station.

Janette Dewar Easton McMillan was born on October 25, 1940, to Robert and Helen Easton in Turriff, Scotland. In 1950 her family moved to the small community of Sandbank, Scotland where she graduated from the nearby Dunoon Grammar School. Next, she attended nursing school at the Killearn Hospital in Stirlingshire, Scotland graduating as a nurse in April 1961. After graduation, she returned home for a holiday and met a sailor serving on the USS Proteus, Mitchell McMillan Jr, at a Submarine Ball. Janette came to Texas in 1962 and married Mitch in 1963. She worked in the local area for several years as a nurse before opening a home daycare to be able to stay home with her son when he was born in 1968. She retired from being a home daycare provider about 2002 and enjoyed her retirement helping with her grandchildren and visiting with friends.

Janette is survived by her son Rob McMillan and his wife Paula, Her daughter Heather McMillan, and four grandchildren Joseph, Brahm, Ian and Brianna.


Inurnment: March 19, 2022 2:00 pm

Franklin Cemetery
FM 46 (South of Franklin of 46)
Franklin, Texas 77856


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  1. Dear Heather and family. So sorry for the loss of your lovely mom. Let the good memories help get you through this very difficult time. Take time to heal as it’s rough losing a loved one. Hugs

    Frances Zboril Dotson

  2. Heather, my deepest condolences to you and your family. Thinking of you and sending love and prayers your way. May your sweet mom rest in peace.

    Brenda Rosas

  3. My 2 daughters spent their first year with Janette. She was a wonderful person! Prayers for the family!

  4. Dear Rob & Heather… Our Deepest Sympathy for the loss of your sweet Mom, Jeanette. It was always such a pleasure to get to visit with her when you and Jeff were young school/play mates.

    Our Prayers are with You All…
    Betty & Bud Sparks
    Jeff & Corye Sparks

  5. Dear Heather, and Rob, Please accept my deepest sympathy on your dear Mother’s passing. Janette and I met at a cancer support group meeting shortly after I moved to Bryan. Janette invited me into her life, and to share get-to-gethers with her many friends. Janette became my dearest friend. I loved her gentle smile and kind witty ways. I missed her very much after I moved back to Ireland. I am very sorry for your great loss. Mary Lawlor-Carroll

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