Summit, Missouri - Bettye “Jane” Wilson
West, age 75, passed away peacefully on May 17,
2018 in Lee’s Summit, Missouri. Jane is
survived by her daughter, Sarah West-Effland
(Greg), her granddaughters Hannah and Madison
Effland, Lee’s Summit, Missouri. Her son,
William W. West (Angela) three grandchildren
Meagan Maricle, Kyle Maricle, and Conneach Ian
West all of Moses Lake, Washington, and her
brother, Walter Hugh Wilson Junior (Belle) of
Hamilton, Mississippi. Jane was preceded
in death by her husband, Bobby West, and her
parents, Hugh and Evelyn Wilson. Jane was
born on May 21, 1943 in Hamilton, Mississippi
where she was raised. She graduated from
Hamilton High School in 1961. Jane was
very active in 4-H, an active member of the
Hamilton Methodist Church, and was an extremely
talented seamstress. Jane met her husband
in Hamilton, Mississippi. She spent two years at
MUW and finished her College Degree in Home
Economics at University of Southern Mississippi.
Jane and Bob were married almost fifty years.
They were very committed to one another
throughout their marriage. Jane worked as
a teacher before she stayed home to raise her
children. In early 1980, she was diagnosed
with Multiple Sclerosis making it very difficult
to do the things she had set out to do.
Jane will be remembered for her beautiful
smile, her wisdom, her faith in God despite
difficult circumstances, her love for her family
and friends, and her always being thankful.
Jane is a member of the Lee’s Summit United
Methodist Church and the Daughters of the
American Revolution (Prairie Chapter).In Lieu of
flowers, the family asks that a donation in her
honor be given to the Hamilton United Methodist
Church, P. O. Box 309, Hamilton Mississippi,
39746. Tisdale-Lann Memorial Funeral Home in
Aberdeen, MS is in charge of the services.
Services will be at 11:00
a.m., Wednesday, May 30, 2018 at
Hamilton United Methodist Church in Hamilton, MS
with Bro. Roger McGrew officiating. Burial
will be in Hamilton Friendship Cemetery.
Visitation will be from 9:00
a.m. until service