Jane Houston left this world to join her beloved husband on December 9, 2020. She was known as Jane by her family and friends. Jane was born in Kosoma, OK on February 22, 1937 to Emma Moon Rember and James Doddson "Shine" Rember. At this point in their young marriage Emma and Shine had two sons. Jane was their only daughter and adored her big brothers and followed them everywhere. She always said that she was lucky to have the protection of her older brothers especially when she started dating. Twelve years later another brother arrived for her to love and she finally got to be the big sister but she often felt like a second mother. Jane graduated from Buffalo Valley High School the same year her baby brother started first grade. They lived on a small farm outside Yanish, OK. While they did not have much money, they were very rich in love and family devotion.Jane was preceded in death by her parents, her husband William Aaron Houston who was known as Mick by his family and Red at work. She was also preceded by her two older brothers Tommy Doddson Rember and wife Annetta Simpson Rember, and James Arthur Rember and son-in-law Hemant Bhonde.Jane is survived by two daughters Jerrie Bhonde and Billie Houston and husband David Morton. She was a wonderful Nana to her two granddaughters Geeta Bhonde and Christine Morton. She is also survived by her brother Doyle Gene Rember and wife Diane Holbert Rember.After more than 35 years Jane retired from Western Electric and its various successor companies. She made many wonderful friends and often joined retiree luncheons.Jane was always busy helping other people. She helped take care of her parents as they grew older, nursed her husband through cancer and was always available to help her friends and family. She attended the First Baptist Church of Bethany for many years and really enjoyed the fellowship of the other women. She was a regular in the kitchen to help the homeless. In fact, she said she could not miss kitchen time because the "old" ladies could not lift the soup pot. She never realized she was one of the old ladies. Jane felt closest to God when working in her garden and watching the birds and wildlife. She was not shy in sharing her thoughts and words of wisdom but all of her thoughts and actions came from a loving heart.A visitation is planned for Sunday December 13, 2020 from 1 pm to 3pm at Smith & Kernke N. May Ave. A graveside service will be Monday December 14, 2020 at 1pm at the Damon Cemetery in Wilburton, OK.