Jane-Pulley-Obituary

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Jane Hawkins Pulley

College Station, Texas

Mar 16, 1929 - Feb 15, 2013

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To the Pulley Family,

She maybe gone, but she will never be forgotten. I'm very thankful to have known Mrs. Pulley. She was such a wonderful person!

To Paul, Janene, and Emily,
What a blessing you had to have such an exceptional mother! I know from experience that we are never ready to give parents up. But you do have so much good to remember. I can't recall ever seeing Jane without a smile on her face. And judging from her love of Girl Scouts and her witch acts in science classes, I can only imagine how much fun she shared with her children. May God bless each of you with beautiful memories and peace.
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God Bless you Mrs.Pulley!! You were a wonderful teacher.

I met Mrs. Pulley when I was 7, she was part of my life for many years. I grew up with the Pulley children. I shared Girl Scouting, softball, school and church with them. They're so many memories I have with them, the best one was in Girl Scouting. Camp Howdy had a Halloween celebration one year, Jane was the evil green faced witch guiding the spooky black widow spider (my mother) around on a leash. Good Times!! My heart is sad with loss of this WONDERFUL women. God Bless you Jane...

When I first started working for Bluebonnet Girl Scout Council, I started hearing of the legend known as Mrs. Jane. I thought from all I heard, she couldn't be real because no one could be as wonderful as what I heard. Then one summer I was honored to share Kiva Lodge with her and discovered the true treasure that she was. I picture her in Heaven right now, telling Juliette everything that has happened in the last 100 years since she started Girl Scouts.

Our hearts and kindest best wishes are with all of you. What a wonderful woman and a wonderful life. Think of how many lives have been enriched with her teaching and her legacies. All of those she loved most are, of course, her greatest legacy. With respect and sympathy, Cheryl Fleming

Oh, how I can see the angels gathering around in a circle, being led by Jane. Make new friends...Prayers to the family in the loss of this wonderful lady.

Mrs. Pulley was my fantastic Sunday School Teacher and my sons teacher at A&M United Methodist Church. What a blessing she was to all who knew her! She will be missed.

Mrs. Pulley was a great teacher and person. My prayers are with the family during this time of sorrow.

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Jane Pulley passed away Friday, February 15th at Hospice Brazos Valley in Bryan, Texas. She was 83.She was born in Evanston, Illinois and moved from neighboring Wilmette to Dime Box, Texas in 1937. Her family lived briefly in Marlin and Waco before settling in Brownsville, where her army doctor...

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