August 10, 1924 – December 22, 2019
Jane Ross was born August 10, 1924, in Keota, Oklahoma, to parents Cliff and Ava Baker. She passed away December 22, 2019, in Edmond, Oklahoma.
Jane was preceded in death by her parents; brothers: Bob Baker, Benny Baker and Jackie Baker; son Jackson Joe “Jack” Ross; and grandson Mark Ingraham. She is survived by her brother, Clifford Baker, and sister, JoAnn Whelan.
Jane is also survived by her children and their families:
Daughter, Betsy Ingraham; grandson, Mark Ingraham, (who preceded her in death on 10/13/2018); granddaughter Lisa Speligene & husband Brian of Eufaula, OK; great-granddaughter Haliegh Harwell; great-grandson Hunter Harwell; and their father Chris Harwell, of Oklahoma City.
Son, Bill Ross and his wife Jeri Myrick-Ross; grandson Mike Ross; great-granddaughter Victoria Womack; granddaughter Kim Ross; great-grandson Aaron Ross of St Louis, MO; granddaughter Sherry Ross; great-granddaughter, Lauren Wade and her husband Corey of Moore, OK; great-great grandson, Holden Wade; granddaughter, Tara Edgin-Johnson and her husband Brandon Johnson of Edmond, OK; great-granddaughter, Kayla Means of Oklahoma City; and great-grandsons, Connor Means and Max Johnson of Edmond, OK.
Son, Robert “Bobby” Ross and his wife Wanda Ross of Oklahoma City, OK; granddaughter Tracy Allard and her husband Leo of Midwest City, OK; great-granddaughters: Audrey Allard, Lia Allard and Jayna Allard all of Midwest City, OK; and grandson Robert Kyle Ross of Oklahoma City.
Son, Benny “Ben” Ross; grandson, Joe Ross and his Rena; great-grandson, Canaan; great-granddaughter, Sarae; granddaughter, Sheli; great-granddaughter, Elie; granddaughter, Marla; and great-granddaughter, Hattie; grandson, John and his wife Cassie; great- grandson, Cade; great-granddaughter, Presley; great-grandson, Catch.
Son, Jackson Joe “Jack” Ross (who preceded her in death) and wife Jean; grandson Jackie Don Ross and his wife Caryn; great-grandson Jackson Ross; great-granddaughter Caytie Ross; and granddaughter Christy and husband Michael Davison; great-grandson Tanner and wife Britni Nelson; great-great-granddaughters Layla and Jerzee; great-great-grandson Reese Strange; and great-granddaughter Alexis Kierstead.
Son Donald Gene “Don” Ross and his wife Debbie; grandson Don Jr. and his wife Rachel; great-granddaughter Zoe; great-grandson Zach Ross granddaughter Casey Ross and her husband JT Petherick; great-grandsons AC and Gibson Petherick; and great- granddaughter Emma.
Daughter Linda; grandson Randy and his wife Cindy; great-granddaughter Lacie Smith; great-great-grandson Michael Smith; great-great-granddaughter Micayla Smith; great-grandson Jarod Bowman; granddaughter Michelle Gagnon; great-grandson Devin Henson; great-great-granddaughter Katie Henson, great-great-grandson Lucky Henson; great-granddaughter Alitza Gagnon; great-great-grandchildren Gio and Sophia Cass; granddaughter Shannon and her husband Darren Acre; great-grandson Alex Acre; great-granddaughter Angel Acre; great-grandson Antonius Acre; granddaughter Sandie Carlson; great-grandson Justin Sherman and wife Madison.
- Viewing Thursday, December 26, 2019
- Funeral Service Friday, December 27, 2019
December 26, 2019
I remember a night when we grandkids were very young. Sandie, Marla, John and I stayed the night with Memaw. We watched wheel of fortune that night and Memaw was all to happy to watch as I yelled out what I thought the answers were. She let us drink from the "grown up glasses" and we took turns sitting with her in her chair. She rocked me and held me close to her chest and I remember thinking how strong she was because I wasn't getting much air. Haha. She tucked us all into the extra bedroom for the night and said "go to sleep my little ones". I'll never forget the look that was on her face as she said that. I took it for granted as a young one but later realized exactly what that look was. It was pure love. I love our Memaw so very much. She was a classy lady that I sometimes looked at like an old movie star! She was just that beautiful!
December 25, 2019
I remember going to moms to decorate each year for Christmas. We would share a supreme pizza and put up the tree together. We would talk about each ornament , who gave it and how old it was. Each one was so special to mom and i looked forward to our time together. I remember taking mom Christmas shopping, we would laugh at the looks she got when we would load the basket with 15 of one item and 20 of another. One Christmas we went to 3 different stores to get all she needed of one item. Mom loved Christmas and i will cherish all the memories of Christmas with mom through the years and so much more.