Lenora Jane Knox

Odessa, Texas

Apr 24, 1933 – Jul 8, 2019 (Age 86)


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Lenora Jane Knox, age 86, passed away peacefully on July 8 following complications from surgery. Jane was born April 24, 1933 in San Angelo, Texas. Through her resilient spirit, Jane overcame adversity and magnified her blessings to leave a legacy of love, service, celebration and accomplishment....

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Our sincere condolences. We're honored to have known such a lovely lady.

Richard and Mary Morton

Jane was my home economics teacher at Odessa High in the 50's. Several of us knew Lewis Ray and introduced her to him. After his death we still remained friends with Jane and was extremely pleased when she married Mark Knox.

She was a wonderful friend to the six of us that would visit her (during her single years and her married life). I will never forget her.

I still can not cook, but always had a great time in her class.

God be with you Mark and also to...

We are sorry to hear of her passing. Condolence to Mark and family.

Thomas (Speedy) and Anna Heaton Ft. Worth, TX.

My most heartfelt sympathy to Mark and the family. Jane was a truly lovely lady, full of grace, class and laughter. She will be missed. Kyra Kelley (Brandt)

Jane was a very loving, caring person who cared deeply about other's feelings. She was always thoughtful and supportive. Her dry wit was a treasure and I always enjoyed her smile. She was a precious gem that will be missed.

Mark, my deepest condolences, as you were a sweet, loving husband. It was obvious that you loved Jane dearly. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. Hang in there, my friend.

She was an awesome patron, I did her hair for many years & enjoyed every visit!, I just recently moved back to Tx.&she asked me if I was going to go back to hairdressing, to let her know, My deepest love & condolences to Mark & the rest of her Beautiful Loving Family, Much Love,Elva Graham

Jane was a special friend to me.
she gave me encouragement to serve and
be served.

My sweet Gideon Sister will be sorely missed. We thought the world of her and know what a blessing she has been in our community!