Jane A. BrowerAge 90, passed away September 6, 2014.  She was born November 24, 1923, in Mascoutah, IL, to Rolla and Mary Frazier.  Jane volunteered at Ingham Regional Medical Center for over 20 years, and played piano for the Holt Kiwanis Club.  She was a member of Holt United Methodist Church, and the Lansing Art Guild.

Surviving are:  sons, Tom (Donna) Brower and Steve Brower; daughter, Peggy Watson; 7 grandchildren, Sara (Brian) Walker, Ethan (Shannon) Brower, David “Orion” Brower, Steven Thomas Brower, Tashanne M.M. Brower, Alicia (Ron) Eddington, and Kenneth Watson; and 5 great-grandchildren.  Jane was preceded in death by her husband, John Brower and grandchild, Jaime Watson.

A memorial service will be held at 1:00 p.m. Monday, September 15, 2014, at the Estes-Leadley Holt/Delhi Chapel.  Her family will receive friends at the funeral home from 12:00 p.m. until service time on Monday.  Memorial contributions may be made to the Alzheimer’s Association in memory of Jane Brower.

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5 Messages to “Jane A. Brower”

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    Grace Switzer Says:

    For many years Jane and I met with a group of ladies to paint beautiful pictures , mainly in watercolor. Jane was a wonderful artist and a dear friend . Our group had many happy hours together. My son,John, also loved Jane and was so sorry to hear of her passing. We extend our sympathy and caring to Jane’s family.

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    Grace Switzer Says:

    I have so many beautiful memories of Jane as we painted lovely pictures in our weekly paint group. We all enjoyed being together and were good at helping each other when we ran into problems with our work. I have a beautiful tulip painting of Jane’s that I will always admire and think of Jane and the fun meetings that we had.

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    Nancy Soderberg-Smaltz Says:

    I’m so sorry you have lost your mom. I enjoyed talking with her at Holt UMC and its Lunch Bunch while she was able to attend. And found it interesting that she painted in a group with my aunt, Marg Soderberg. May you find God’s peace and the comfort of His arms.

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    Jan Mosher Says:

    I was the activity director at the Martin Luther Holt Home and your mother often came and played piano for our singalong, She was a delight. I retired fourteen 14 years ago and she gave me one of her lovely water-color paintings at that time which I have hanging in my home. I hope her last years were peaceful and that you are comforted with lovely memories if her as I am.

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    Pam Gradney Says:

    I’m so sorry for your loss.The Brower family has been such a big part of the Holt community. I know you are all in the hearts and prayers of many people, me and my family included. Peg, Steve and Tom, we have grown up together and have been through many life changes.Comfort and peace be with you as you go through this difficult transition.

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