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Jane Elizabeth Eaves

March 26, 1945 - September 13, 2022

Jane Elizabeth Eaves, age 77, sadly passed away in Plano, Texas, on September 13, 2022.

Jane was adopted at birth and loved very much by her parents, Hiram and Helen Ingram. She grew up in Dallas, Texas, and graduated from Hillcrest Highschool in 1963. Jane married the love of her life, Joe Eaves Sr., just a few months after graduating. Joe and Jane started a family shortly after marrying, and she raised her only son Joey Jr. as a stay-at-home mom during the early stages of his life. A few years later, she decided to continue her education at the University of North Texas, where she obtained her Masters in Psychology. Jane thought she wanted to be a psychologist, but later decided she was driven more towards the art of selling and used her knowledge gained in school to apply to her long-time successful career in the sales industry. She was driven, competitive, and always wanted to be number one. She enjoyed the beach, the lake, being around her friends and family, and all the pets she had throughout their life together. Jane had a huge heart, and everyone around her felt her love. We will truly miss her so much.

Jane is preceded in death by her parents, Charles Hiram Ingram and Helen Louise Ingram Metcalf; her dear husband Joe Eaves Sr; and their many fur babies. She is survived by her beloved and only son Joseph F. Eaves Jr. and his wife Kimberly; granddaughters Heather and Whitney Henderson, and her husband, Josh. Brother-in-law Thomas Eaves and his wife Judy, many, many friends, and Buddy, their beloved dog.

A joint service for Joe Sr. and Jane will be held Saturday, October 1st,2022 at 12:00 pm at North Dallas Funeral Home in Farmers Branch, Texas. Located at 2710 Valley View Ln Farmers Branch, TX 75234 

*We ask that you wear bright colors to celebrate and remember the bright life Joe and Jane shared together. 


4 replies on “Jane Elizabeth Eaves”

Whitney Eaves Henderson says:

My spit fire, free spirit JJ. You will be missed very much by your family and friends! I am at peace knowing you are no longer hurting or lonely without your sweet hubby and my Papa. I know you both are watching over us. Its not good bye, its see you later! We will watch over Buddy for you!

Love you!

Mary Wittenback Freeman says:

I remember Janie from her North Dallas High School days. She would also attend some of our high school reunions. She was always full of spirit and fun. Many prayers go out to her family.

Cindy Grieser says:

Love you for so many reasons. We shared many of my high school secrets, you got me my first private phone line in my room plus giving me your “sports” car to cruise around with friends. My favorite memory is us cruising in your convertible listening to Hollywood Nights. Thank you for everything, including your Son giving me precious nieces.

Travis andCarol Nevill says:

We will miss you both so much. You have been wonderful friends.

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