Jan Harber Rose

November 22, 1949 - January 14, 2022
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Jan Harber Rose, 72 of Midland, went home to be with her Lord Jesus on Friday, January 14, 2022.  Jan was born on November 22, 1949 in Graham, Texas to Eleanor Alarie Griffith Harber and Morrison Wesley Harber.  As a child growing up in Uvalde, Jan sold dime bags of popcorn to many loyal customers atContinue Reading

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Martha Fulenwider Kirby left a message on January 25, 2022:
Jan & I were next door neighbors while growing up in Uvalde, TX. We had some nice memories together. We visited briefly a couple of years back through FB Messenger which I don't participate in now. We talked about our memories of living on Nopal St., the loved Loquat Tree between our homes. I even worked at their Ben Franklin Store during Christmas time. She shared pictures of the monument she had made in memory of Bill & explained the symbolism of the etchings. We never got to actually meet after that as we planned. She was truly a sweet & beautiful person through & through & so very talented. You girls are so fortunate to have Jan as a mother. &, she loved those grandchildren! I'll bet she is so happy now to be able to rejoin Bill. I'm sure she will be forever missed. Blessings to her family for peace & comfort during this sorrowful time. Martha Fulenwider Kirby Pleasanton, TX
Anne Mitchell Rawlings left a message on January 21, 2022:
This makes me so sad.... my dear, sweet friend is gone from this earth. Jan and I had been playmates and friends from I believe the age of four and it is hard to imagine a world without her in it. So beautiful...inside and talented...I always admired that she could hear a tune then play it on the piano...a beautiful talented. And yodel! Sometimes she would yodel for us. We had so many fun times....she used an ice cube and a needle to pierce my ears in the living room of your grandparent’s house. Jan asked me to be a bridesmaid when she and Bill married and I was so thrilled to be a part of that happy time. You girls had a very beautiful, kind, gentle, and strong mother, a beautiful person. I know she and Bill are sharing some laughs right now in Heaven.
Wesley Watson left a message on January 21, 2022:
Mindy and family, So sorry for your loss. My prayers and condolences to you and your family. Wes
Jan Beaty left a message on January 21, 2022:
Condolence This is cousin, Jan Myers Beaty, of Lubbock, Texas sending my deepest sympathy for our precious Jan Harber Rose. For 72 years we were closest of cousins; I was Jan #1 and she was Jan #2; I was born in Oct. and she followed my birth in Nov. The two of us shared such fond memories of the many years when she would come to Munday, TX to visit all the way from Uvalde. We have stayed close our entire lives and I loved her dearly. She was my prayer partner. I share the same void as you four girls at her death. One thing I know without a doubt; Jan loved Jesus, you girls (and families) and her music. We were all blessed to listen to her beautiful music as she played it to glorify her Lord and Savior. Comfort comes in knowing that Jan is not only in heaven with Jesus, but also with Bill. I will NEVER forget Jan's joy when Bill accepted Jesus as his Savior. "Joy Comes in the Morning' and it is morning for Jan! My love & sympathy, Cousin Jan Beaty & Rev. Gary Beaty III John 4 " I have no greater joy than to hear that my children walk in truth"
Grace Olivas Perez left a message on January 21, 2022:
Sending prayers and comforting hugs.
Nalley-Pickle & Welch Funeral Home & Crematory left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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