OBITUARY

Janet Lee Crain

Passed away on October 9, 2019
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Janet Lee Crain went to be with the Lord Wednesday October 9, 2019 at the age of 70. She was born December 11, 1948 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. She is preceded in death by her parents, Robert F. Lee, Jr. and Dorothy Lee. Janet is survived by her oldest daughter, Tonya Shinners of Prosper and her husband Scott; her youngest daughter, Latisha Ohmart of Katy and her husband Keith; her grandchildren Megan Gandel and her husband Jake, Conner Shinners, Taylor Ohmart and Regan Ohmart; and her great-granddaughter Landrie Gandel. She is survived by her brother Robert F. Lee III and her sister Charlotte Benedict. She is also survived by her niece, Lauren Bednar, 2 nephews, Chris Lee and David Lee and many dear friends and loved ones, including Pete Peaco. Ms. Crain was born and raised in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. She attended Louisiana State University, graduated from Northwestern State University and belonged to the Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority. She then moved to Houston, Texas where she entered the police academy for the Houston Police Department. After 27 years of service, Janet retired as a Sergeant from HPD. She loved to travel and was an avid golfer. She was an active member at Falcon Point Golf Club and a member of the LGA. She was a loving mother and grandmother and dear friend to many. Visitation with the family will be held at Earthman Resthaven on Sunday October 13 from 5-8 p.m. Funeral services will be held at Earthman Resthaven on Monday October 14 at 10 a.m. In lieu of flowers, please send donations to the 100 Club.

  • PALLBEARERS

  • Scott Shinners
  • Keith Ohmart
  • Conner Shinners
  • Jake Gandel
  • Chris Lee
  • David Lee

Services

  • Visitation Sunday, October 13, 2019
  • Funeral Service Monday, October 14, 2019
  • Committal Service Monday, October 14, 2019

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Janet Lee Crain

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Karen O'Connor

October 14, 2019

Janet was a wonderful person with a strong spirit who added so much to the lives she touched. She will be missed beyond measure and will remain in our hearts forever. Rest in peace our dear friend.
Karen & Frank Burgess

Susan McInnes

October 14, 2019

Dear Janet
I will remember your lovely smile and what a lovely person you were.
My deepest sympathies to your family ...””a mother is with us always
First in her lifetime ,then forever in our memory .””
Rest In Peace dear friend we will miss you .
Xxx

Pat Smith

October 14, 2019

Janet, you are my friend that’s is like a sister . I don’t know what to say but I’m still in disbelief .I feel a part of me is gone. You have always been a part of the family. We pretty much lived together growing up and have shared so many memories ...great memories of the life we shared . We’d had things in common over this lifetime..both had dads named Bob , moms named Dot, lived across the street starting at 18 months on...we had two daughters, both have new great , shaking hands ( like both moms),and so much more . They are happy memories, you’ll always be a part of me and I will miss you and love you ...always! We will meet again one day..but I still can’t play golf. You made so many lives better by sharing yourself with us...love until we meet again . Love , Pat

wayne jones

October 14, 2019

Janet and I were assigned to the Burglary and Theft Division and I enjoyed working with her, She had many friends and I was one of them. May she rest in peace

Gentry Campbell

October 13, 2019

Dear Mrs. Janet Crain

Words could not express what a kind and generous person you are. I met you while working at the club many years ago and you were always so giving to my family. Some of my fondest memories were Halloween and Christmas eve sitting and chatting about kids and life. You always had such a motherly tone with me and it was very comforting. I am honored to say you were a friend. I know you're in a better place and I pray one day I will be able to see you again in the upper room. Until then rest well my friend
Love Always
GE..Patrice...Madison...Cameron

Angie and Monty Lindloff

October 13, 2019

Dear Janet, it is still so hard to believe that you’ve left this earth but I know you’re in a better, more wonderful place. I will always remember you as a “no nonsense“ ex cop, straight forward but MOST kind and giving. You opened your home to my family when our house was overfilled with relatives on holiday. You shared grand baby stuff with me when I became a grandma . You were most proud to become a GREAT GRANDMA, a very young and pretty one at that. I enjoyed playing lots of golf with you and was so proud of how well we did together last month in the Member/Member (hoping your back was not too sore after carrying me those two days with a putter that was on fire). It made us all smile to see how happy you and Pete were together these last few years. You will be missed by many. It will be hard to pass by number 5 without thinking of you. My prayer for your loved ones is God’s peace and comfort. Until we see you again💗

Love, Monty and Angie

Jon Moore

October 13, 2019

I am very sorry she is gone. She helped my son's learn to dive. Janet we miss you and I hope you rest in peace.

Pete Peaco

October 12, 2019

Janet,
Although I only knew you for 3 years, those years will be remembered by me as some of the best years of my life. I hope I brought you as much joy and happiness as you gave me. The memories are immense. Going to Mexico. The many many times we played golf together and your positive support for me while we played. Going to Myrtle Beach to play in the WorldAm. The laughs and good times we had together were endless. Such as trying to encourage each other to eat properly during the week then sneaking out to Dairy Queen on Saturday nights for a blizzard.
I will never forget how proud you were that you were a Great Grandmother. Anytime there was an opportunity you would brag about being a Great Grandmother and have a giant beaming smile while telling someone.
Your love and kindness was incredible. Especially towards me. I am positive you are in a better place now as you are with our Lord and Savior. I have no doubt you were admitted into Heaven without a question asked. I will remember you always and Love you FOREVER. You were the PERFECT Partner, Best Friend and Lover. I will miss you forever. Until we meet again, Love Always.

Jim, Connie and Kendall Moore

October 12, 2019

So sad to hear this. Janet was an unbelievable person. She was so sweet and caring to our daughter Kendall. I wish we could have seen her more. Prayers to the family and may she Rest In Peace.

Lisa Gordon

October 11, 2019

I know this is sudden and unexpected but know that all of you are loved and sending hugs to all, as you take this time to be together and remember the special person she was. Thinking of you!

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