Lillian Jane Hart

March 26, 1924 - November 08, 2018

Lillian Jane Hart

Lillian Jane Hart was born in 1924 in Beaumont, TX and attended Silsbee High and Lamar University. In Beaumont, she married William Carey (Boots) Landry and had two children, Janie Enola Patteson and Joel Dinan Landry. She joined the TX Social Security District Office and served for 38 years through her retirement. After Boots passed away, she moved to Colorado Springs, CO to be close to her son and grandchildren.

Jane reconnected with Cooper Quitman Hart, a teenage friend from Texas, and he followed her to Colorado Springs after their wedding. There, the two of them created a new family with all of Jane and Cooper’s children and grandchildren.

Throughout her life, Jane created a loving community around her in a number of spiritual, professional, and social groups. She was an active member of Wesley United Methodist Church in Beaumont and St. Francis of Assisi Church and Calvary United Methodist Church in Colorado Springs. She served in volunteer and leadership roles in the Beaumont Independent School District PTA, American Business Women’s Association, Widowed Persons Support Group, National Association of Retired Federal Employees, Veterans of Foreign Auxiliary #4051, American Legion Auxiliary #209, and BPOE Elks Auxiliary #309. In both Texas and Colorado, Jane inspired an amazing community of women through Jazzercise; after joining in 1979, she attended classes at least twice a week until shortly before her death.

Lillian passed away on Thursday, November 8th at Pikes Peak Hospice surrounded by love from her family and friends. Jane was diagnosed with cancer three years ago and fought courageously at home until days before her death. She is survived by her children, Joel Dinan Landry, and his wife, Vivian Tsai Landry; Janie Enola Patteson; and Evelyn Hart Vanderburg; grandchildren, Christina Landry Brown and Eric Michael Landry .

The family would like to express special appreciation to all of Jane’s doctors including Dr. Christopher Oliver in Denver, and Dr. Joel Ernster in Colorado Springs and to Project Angel Heart for the delivery of nutritious meals to those with life threatening diseases, as well as the nurses, doctors, and caregivers at Pikes Peak Hospice. Thank you for your support and empathy to allow Jane to spend her last few years living at home with such grace and strength.

A gathering of Mrs. Hart's family and friends will be from 5:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m., Thursday, November 15, 2018, at Broussard's, 2000 McFaddin Avenue, Beaumont. Her graveside service will be 11:00 a.m., Friday, November 16, 2018, at Forest Lawn Memorial Park, 4955 Pine Street, Beaumont.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions can be made in Jane’s name to Project Angel Heart, https://www.projectangelheart.org or the American Cancer Society, https://donate3.cancer.org/?campaign=search

Rest eternal grant to Lillian Jane, O Lord; And let light perpetual shine upon her.

May her soul, and the souls of all the departed, through the mercy of God, rest in peace. Amen.

Video

Gathering of Family and Friends
Broussard's Mortuary - McFaddin Ave.
2000 Mcfaddin Street Beaumont, TX 77701
Thursday, November 15, 2018
5:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Graveside Service
Forest Lawn Cemetery Forest Lawn Memorial Park
4955 Pine Street Beaumont, TX 77703
Friday, November 16, 2018
11:00 a.m.
Interment
Forest Lawn Memorial Park
4955 Pine St Beaumont, TX 77703

Comments (10)

  • Dawn, Todd, Brady, and Emma

    27 September 2020 at 23:00 | #

    This is so late for posting but my daughter called and said she had a dream about Jane and wondered if something happened to her. You see, we were neighbors of Jane and Cooper in Old Farm and they were both so kind and sweet towards my children. She would always give them a treat bag for the holiday and they would visit with her from time to time. When their great grandmother passed who was also named Jane, she told them she would step in for her. We knew she moved out but did not know she passed. We are so very sad to hear that but so very blessed to have both she and Cooper as neighbors for so many years!

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  • W.J.

    21 November 2018 at 12:10 | #

    Our condolences to the Family:
    May your pain be lessened by the promise that our love ones can live again. Read these promises at Job 14:13;Isaiah 26:19; John 5:28,29 and John 11:11,14-44.

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  • Teddy Edds

    17 November 2018 at 17:10 | #

    Saying prayers for the family.

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  • Teddy Edds

    17 November 2018 at 17:08 | #

    I am heartbroken to hear of Jane’s passing, we Jazzercised for many years together, and kept in touch after she moved to Colorado. She was a great lady, and a wonderful friend. Rest in peace my sweet friend.

    Saying prayers for

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  • Phyllis M. Miller

    17 November 2018 at 02:56 | #

    Sorry to read that Lillian passed away. I remember so many fun times our families enjoyed together years ago. May God's love comfort you at this difficult time.

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  • Phyllis M. Miller

    17 November 2018 at 02:52 | #

    Sorry to read that Lillian passed away. I remember so many fun times that our families enjoyed together years ago. May God's love comfort you at this difficult time.

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  • Carol Landry Clarke

    16 November 2018 at 17:58 | #

    Aunt Lillian was one of my favorite aunts that I remember of all
    The good times and family get together and spent a lot of time with Janie and Joel . Your mom was a great person, sorry of your losses willve thinking of you two going through this hard time of healing. .

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  • Donna Landry Heitzman

    16 November 2018 at 02:26 | #

    My sincere sympathy to Janie and Joel and families.. I have fond memories from childhood of Aunt Jane and all of the holiday get togethers and good times at “the camp”. Keeping you in my prayers. Sorry that moms health prevented us from making the trip to Beaumont.

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  • NL

    15 November 2018 at 17:16 | #

    My sincere condolences to the family at this difficult time. May you all seek God for comfort, peace, strength and support (2 Cor 1:3).

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  • Cheryl J Bean

    11 November 2018 at 21:08 | #

    She was the aunt who was involved in my life from earliest memory. She took photos of school events, birthdays, family celebrations. She was the last of my aunt's and fittingly so. She was the one who carved an unforgettable image on my heart.

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