Jane “MaJane” West Wren, 89
by Halei Lamb | August 30, 2018 9:29 am
Funeral services for Jane “MaJane” West Wren, 89, os Swainsboro were held on Tuesday, August 28, 2018, at 11 a.m. in the chapel of Tomlinson Funeral Home. Interment followed in the Swainsboro City Cemetery. She passed away on Sunday, August 26, 2018, at Emanuel Medical Center Nursing Home following an extended illness.
Mrs. Jane “MaJane” West Wren was born to Ernestine Outlaw West and BV West, who passed away shortly before her birth on June 15, 1929. She lived in Swainsboro all of her life, attending Swainsboro High School and Georgia Teachers College. A devoted wife, daughter, mother, and friend, Wren had a great sense of humor and loved to do for others. She loved her needlework, going to her children and grandchildrens’ activities and ball games, and cooking for family and others. She loved her church, Calvary Methodist, where she was the oldest member. She was retired from Swainsboro Gas Company after 30 years as a bookkeeper. Wren was preceded in death by her parents; beloved husband of 57 years Homer G Wren; and brother, Robert E West Sr.
Survivors include her sons, Robert Jordan (Kelly) Wren and Hugh Wren, both of Swainsboro; her daughters, Anne W. (George) Rountree of Statesboro and Nancy W. (RoyLin) Stroud of Swainsboro.
She was a great MaJane to her grandchildren, Jason (Whitney) Farmer, Justin (Jessica) Wren, Shanda (Matt) Hall, Wesley (Brittany) Wren, Sable W. (Mitch) Fleming, Britney (Mark) Dawkins, Brandy Butler (Matt) Lamb, Lindsay (Rocky Davis) Stroud; and several great-grandchildren
Pallbearers were grandsons, Jason Farmer, Justin Wren, Wesley Wren, Mitch Fleming and nephews, Billy West, Jim Willis, and Richard Gilmer.
In lieu of flowers, donations in her memory may be made to Pruitt Hospice, 667 South Main Street, Swainsboro 30401 or the Historic Dixie Theatre Renovation Project c/o Downtown development 101 West Main Street, Swainsboro, Ga, 30401