Delois Jane Johns

March 19, 1939March 1, 2018

Jane Johns, 78 year-old resident of Midwest City, OK, passed away on March 1, 2018 in Midwest City, Oklahoma. Born March 19, 1939 in Meeker, Oklahoma, she was the daughter of Herbert Merle Allen and Bessie Beatrice (Walker) Allen. Jane loved spending time with her grandchildren; bowling; OU sports; Midwest City Football; playing pinochle with her sister and brother in law, traveling to her children and grandchildren sporting events with them; and fixing things, especially restoring antique furniture. Jane was preceded in death by her parents and two sisters, Naomi Brittain and Janet Westmoreland. Survivors include her loving husband, Murray Johns of the home; 1 son, Randall and his wife Robin Johns of Edmond, OK; 1 daughter, Deborah and her husband Buddy Sayre of Del City, OK; 5 grandchildren, Sarah and her husband William McFadden of Midwest City, OK; Amanda and her husband Josh Rauls of Conway, Arkansas; Cheri Johns of Midwest City, OK; Kayeleen Johns of Midwest City, OK; and Conner Johns of Midwest City, OK; 7 great-grandchildren; 1 brother, David Allen of Mustang, OK; 1 sister, Judith Swanson of Midwest City, OK; and a number of nieces and nephews. Memorial services will be held at First Baptist Church, 705 E. Rickenbacker, Midwest City, OK on Tuesday, March 6, 2018 at 3:00 p.m..


  • Memorial Service Tuesday, March 6, 2018

Delois Jane Johns

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Sherri Jones

March 5, 2018

When I think of my Aunt Jane, I have such fun and loving memories... hosting the family Christmas party in 1976 at her house is one of my favorites! Uncle Corkey & Aunt Jane had a packed house with all the relatives coming together to celebrate Christmas. I remember all the cousins acting very weird (as usual, ha!) and Aunt Jane was so much fun; so many laughs!!!

I also have to add that if it weren't for her, I wouldn't have had one flag corps/drill team outfit that fit; she hemmed and altered all my uniforms in high school. Thank you Aunt Jane! I love you so much, always and forever...


Karen Brittain-Thibert

March 4, 2018

Too many great memories to pick one.. For the first time in my life, I can't find the words needed to express my deep love & admiration I had for my aunt.