Jane Collier

July 29, 1929 - November 2, 2018
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Jane Wootton Collier of Galveston died on Friday, November 2, 2018.  She was born July 29, 1929 to Mrs. Garnett Robinson Wootton and Mr. Leonard L. Wootton in Arlington, TX.  In 1934 the family moved to The Heights in Houston, TX.  Jane was preceded in death by her husband Mr. Burgess W. (Bud) Collier.  At Jane’s request there will be no service other than a grave site service at a later date.  This service will be at the family plot, located in The Historic Hollywood Cemetery in Houston.

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Born: July 29, 1929
Died: November 2, 2018

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Sue Robinson posted on 11/7/18

She was always the bright spot in any room.I will miss her smile.


Teresa Everts posted on 11/7/18

Life for me in Galveston will never be the same. Because of you I learned to play Mahjongg a game I now live. We were always at WAG together and various country club functions. You will truly be missed. But I know you are with Bud and that makes me happy.


Gloria Ramirez posted on 11/6/18

My condolences to the family. I will remember all the interesting conversations we had during her hair appointment. Such a wonderful lady. May she rest n peace.


Gloria Ramirez posted on 11/6/18

In memory of Jane Collier, Gloria Ramirez lit a candle


Lisa Spangler posted on 11/6/18

We will miss her. We always looked forward to her visits at our dental office. Prayers for her family. Lisa, Susan, Marie, Dr. Blankenship, Yvonne, Laurie & Jen


Mary-Louise Gulley posted on 11/6/18

I'm so very sorry to read Jane's obituary this morning. We attended First Presbyterian Church, Galveston, with her and her late husband, Bud. They were always so friendly, and Jane was always very stylish. She will be missed.


Joyce Collier posted on 11/6/18

Dearest Jane, You will truly be missed by all the family, students and many friends who were blessed to have you in their lives, especially by me. I will miss your smile, laughter, kindness, your classy dinner parties, our many trips to Austin, and Corpus and the afternoon cocktails at the club! As you always said, “Didn’t we have a good time!!” Love you, Joyce Collier


Billie Lindamood posted on 11/6/18

I will truly miss YOU, my favorite "Passenger!" God speed!


Joyce Collier posted on 11/6/18

Dearest Jane, You will be missed by all the family and friends who loved you and there were many! We will miss your smiles, your laughter and your kindness. Thank you for all you taught me about living life to the fullest, appreciating each day as a gift from God and just having a good time. I’ll remember with fondness your classy dinner parties, afternoon drinks at the club and our fun trips to Corpus. “Didn’t we have a good time!” Love, Joyce Collier


Peggy Wyda posted on 11/6/18

Jane has always been there for me~ first being a very gracious coworker and then the best hostesses for my bridal shower in 1995. The gift of hearing her voice when she called just a few weeks ago on a Sunday morning will now hold a very special place in my heart. Her sense of humor, the love she expressed for Bud and her 4legged babies will always be an inspiration and an example to follow. Peace my friend, until we meet again.


Stacy Leyva posted on 11/6/18

I will miss Jane so much. I’ve been taking care of her and her friends that are like aunts to me for many years at Saltgrass. She had the cutest outfits and I adored her matching jewelry, always looked like a million dollars! She was so kind and happy to come to Saltgrass. May she rest among the angels in her new life in the kingdom of heaven. I know she will be among us always in our hearts always. Love you Jane.


Margarita Sims posted on 11/5/18

Jane was a lovely lady, full of poise, style, and grace. I will miss visiting with her at Moody Methodist Church very much.


Nancy Maser posted on 11/5/18

In memory of Jane Collier, Nancy Maser lit a candle


Nancy Maser posted on 11/5/18

Jane, my sweet Mahjong partner, I feel blessed to have known you and am honored to call you my friend. You truly were a remarkable lady and I admired the strength and dignity that you taught us. You will truly be missed by all who knew you.


F. WARD posted on 11/5/18

"Praise be the God of tender mercies, and of all comfort, you have my sympathy for the loss of Mrs. Collier. My prayer Is God's promise of life without tears of pain and loss will sooth your tender hearts at this time, better days are ahead." Revelation 21:4, John 5:28,29,