Jayne Black
1929 - 2021
BORN
1929
DIED
2021
UPCOMING SERVICE
Celebration of Life
Oct, 25 2021
1:00p.m.
sanctuary of Highland Park Presbyterian Church
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BLACK, Jayne Jayne Hodge Turbeville Black Vivacious, funny, generous and loving are words everyone used to describe Jayne. She passed away at unexpectedly at home on October 8, 2021. The previous week she had celebrated her 92nd birthday with family and friends. Jayne was born in Hodge, Louisiana, on September 27, 1929, the middle daughter of three girls. Known as Mimi by her family, or Aunt Jayne by her nieces and nephews, she was the life of the party. A wonderful and kind friend, beloved mother of four, grandmother of 12 and great grandmother of nine, she will be sorely missed. In 1986, she married her husband Ace Black and they enjoyed a wonderful 35 year marriage with many fun travels, annual golf tournaments several summers is Taos and Palm Desert in the winter. In recent years Jayne considered it her job to ensure all of her husband's needs were well met. He survives her. This spunky, jet-setting grandmother always had a good joke to tell. She was a loyal member of Highland Park Presbyterian Church and loved her ladies circle. She was an active member of the Village Gardeners, The Heritage Club and The Dallas Women's Club. Jayne read avidly finishing two to three books a week. Most recently she enjoyed the works and sermons of Dr. David Jeremiah. A voice major at SMU, Jayne sang soprano in her church choir for many years. She was member Sigma Kappa Sorority and a Rotunda Beauty. At SMU she met many of her lifelong friends and settled in Dallas. She married Dr. Louis Richard Turbeville, a dashing young pediatrician in 1952. They had four children and lived in East Dallas pouring into the community through the establishment of Doctor's Hospital before his untimely death at 43. She courageously raised four teenagers as a widow. A lifelong athlete, Jayne enjoyed tennis, golf and jogging. As a committed Christian, Jayne felt the presence of the Holy Spirit and looked to Him for guidance. This was especially true during her trials with breast cancer, heart surgery and pancreatic cancer. She took the gospel to heart loving her friends and family and going out of her way to help others. Her caregivers were her biggest fans. Jayne is survived by her husband, Aubrey (Ace) Black, sister Carolyn Turner, her children Julia Dean and husband Ken, Mary Jayne Fogerty and husband Bruce, Ann Campbell and husband Michael, Bob Turbeville and wife Mary Ann, stepdaughter Leslie Golden and husband Hawkins, stepson Pat Black and numerous grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews. A celebration of life will be held on October 25, 2021 at 1:00pm in the sanctuary of Highland Park Presbyterian Church. In lieu of flowers please consider a donation to Highland Park Presbyterian Church or a ministry of your choosing.



Published by Dallas Morning News from Oct. 13 to Oct. 17, 2021.
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Mrs. Black was an amazing woman and she will truly be missed. My deepest condolences to the family during this time.
Sheila D. Williams
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October 18, 2021
Prayers & condolences from the Dallas Alumnae Chapter of Sigma Kappa.
Barb Johnson
October 14, 2021
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