OBITUARY

Clara Jane Harbes

September 13, 1939June 24, 2020
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Jane Harbes of Pasadena, Texas, mother, grandmother, great grandmother, great-great grandmother, and friend to many, passed away on Wednesday, June 24, 2020 at her home surrounded by her daughters.

Born September 13, 1939 as Clara Jane Ellerbee in Bunkie, Louisiana, she is preceded in death by husbands James Dunn and Edward (Red) Harbes, her parents Harry & Ada Neal Ellerbee, daughter Debbie Faubion, granddaughter Wendy Faubion and grandsons Shane Faubion & Jim Hales; and son in law, ME (Buddy) Hales.

Jane is survived by: daughter Terry Hales of Crosby, Texas; daughters and sons in law Vicki & Damon Stanforth of Moriarty, New Mexico, Susan & Tom Fulmer of Kemah, Texas, and Pam & Ed Toups of Bacliff, Texas; step daughter Sherrie Harbes Benton of Deer Park, Texas; grandchildren Misti Birdsong, TJ Fulmer, Penny Shannon, Brittany Stanforth, Phillip Thornton and Ashley Woods; numerous great grandchildren and her great-great granddaughter and grandson. Also survived by sister Sue Roberts of Franklin, North Carolina, brother and sister in law Roy & Effie Ellerbee of Hardinsburg, Kentucky, brother in law Lloyd Dunn and sister in law Beverly Dunn of Highlands, Texas, as well as many valued friends, particularly Joann Hobbs, Sue Randel, and Charlene Osborne.

In addition to spending valuable time with her girls and their families, Jane enjoyed participating in the East Harris County Precinct 2 Senior Citizen events (Precinct2gether). A multitalented woman, she had the mechanical aptitude to build a motorcycle as well as the talents of a seamstress and most anything in between. Jane also enjoyed her chickens, working in the yard, and was not afraid of getting her hands dirty. The holiday season at her house was a major event! Days and weeks of decorating, gift wrapping, baking and other preparation all led up to her favorite day. No one seemed to enjoy Christmas as much as Jane did.

The family will receive visitors Monday, June 29, 2020, 5:00 PM until 8:00 PM at Grand View Funeral Home & Memorial Park, 8501 Spencer Highway in Pasadena, Texas. Memorial Services and Interment shall be Tuesday, June 30, 2020 at 2:00 PM

Services

  • Family to Receive Friends

    Monday, June 29, 2020

  • Celebration of Life Livestream Service

    Tuesday, June 30, 2020

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Ginny Wagner

July 1, 2020

Beautiful person ! She will be missed !! I loved seeing her !!

Susie Cour-Palais

June 30, 2020

Susan, I wish I were with you now. I would hug you until you couldn't take it anymore. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. I've enjoyed your post through the years of you with your sisters and mom. May the peace of the Lord be with you all.

Misti Birdsong

June 29, 2020

My Mamaw brings me back to childhood. Sitting on the ice cream machine with my cousins. You would be so excited and when it was done licking the metal piece. Sitting in the yard with the sun shinning with a big slice of watermelon and a salt shaker. Letting me stay up late on Thursday nights to watch my favorite TV program and then laying in your bed while you read your book waiting for me to go to sleep. Wearing my only pair of pants (white pants) to school and you having to work for days to get them clean again because I was such a tomboy. Hanging out at the motorcycle shop watching Scooby Doo after school. You sitting in your chair with dinner, Sugar in your lap sharing your meal lol. Christmas day looking for my gift with my pink foil wrapping paper and my pink floral arrangement. When I became an adult you would pop in for a visit with a bright smile on your face. Me visiting with my crew of kiddos and we would visit while the little ones played in the rain. Walking in the yard to see your flowers and the critters you feed. Playing SkipBo at the kitchen table. Calling you for advise when I was at my wits end, and your words of encouragement. I will miss you so much. I will love you forever. Until we meet again give my love to everyone in Heaven. All my kisses

Sister Sue Roberts

June 29, 2020

I love you My Big Little Sister. Bet you’re having fun with Jesus. You loved Him so much.
I miss you but I will join you one day & we can get a big sweet hug.
I love you girls too. You are my second kids as I am your second mom.
Holding you each in my heart.

Noelia Villarreal

June 29, 2020

Jane been our neighbors for many years.I will miss her so much, seeing her sitting on the front porch looking at the beautiful flowers and her yard. She always made us feel like family. Until we meet again .Love you

PENNY SHANNON

June 29, 2020

I will keep the tradition of the sidewalk chalk drawing alive for us!

There were so many things that made her happy! Like food and of course eating it, family, especially her girls, feeding the birds and any animals that came up, crafting, to simply watching other people have fun and so so much more.

PENNY SHANNON

June 29, 2020

We love you so much Sugar Pie, for so many years you have been the center of our world 🌎.

You will be missed more than anything, now you can rest in heaven and wait on all of us.
Tell Jimbo, Keith and Amie we love them and give them hugs and kisses from us. β€πŸ•ŠπŸ˜˜

Penny Shannon

June 29, 2020

I can hear sugar pie saying "Ok Kaylee, let's go feeeeed the birdsss"! 🐦

This was a special thing that her and Kaylee shared that they both remembered for so many years.

Nicole Torres

June 28, 2020

Ms. Jane always knew how to make others feel welcome . She always knew what was happening and was never afraid to speak her mind , she was always Corky & funny and so very caring of others . I know her friends at EHAC will miss her dearly . Heaven gained a angel ... she will be dearly missed .

With love ,
Nikki

Myrian Espitia

June 27, 2020

So many great memories of Jane at East Harris County Activity Center. She always had a smile and loved taking pictures. Please accept our most heartfelt condolences. She was a very special lady.

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