Ina Braly
Ina Braly
Ina Braly
Ina Braly

Obituary of Ina Jane Braly

Ina Jane Braly passed away in her home with family by her side in Frisco, TX, on October 28th, 2020, after a long and fierce battle with leukemia. She was born on September 10th, 1936, to Poe and Mabel Dyer in Bernie, MO; the family later moved to Kansas City, MO, where Jane graduated from Manuel High School. Jane had a successful career working in the food brokerage industry with several national companies that eventually led her Dallas, TX, in 1987. Jane had a great love and passion for traveling worldwide with her husband John, as well as with her friends, and family. Jane was known to many as the "hostess with the mostest". Jane took pride in her cooking, meticulous decorating, fashion, and attention to detail when entertaining her guests and loved ones, and did so with delight and with unmatched ease. Jane is remembered for the thoughtful and extraordinary lengths she would go to in creating lasting and treasured moments for those she loved and appreciated. Jane is loved and remembered for the class and poise she exuded, love of antiques, cute shoes, art, the culinary world, her gorgeous and detailed gifts and giftwrapping, and the excitement in finding a great deal! She is remembered for the thoughtful and extraordinary lengths she would go to provide happiness for everyone. Jane is survived by her beloved husband John Braly, two daughters Dana (Ron) Withall of CA, Stephanie (John) Hilton of KS, stepdaughter Cindy (Mark) Whitesides of TX, stepson Ben (Saedra) Braly of TX; her grandchildren Ryan (Kate) Withall of CA, Chris Withall of CA, and Hannah Hilton of TX. Other survivors include her step-grandchildren, Madison Whitesides, Lily, and Nolan Braly, Sean and Dillon Whitesides, her sister Helen (Robert) Garcia, and her nephew, Richard Pate, nieces Bernice Gray and Cindy Wilt and many longtime dear friends. Last, but certainly not least, Jane had her constant and loved companion and source of so much joy over the years, her rescued Cairn Terrier, Maddie. Her family will forever cherish and admire Jane's immense strength in bravely fighting to the end. An informal Celebration of Jane’s Life is planned for family and friends sometime next year when we can gather again safely. Friends and family will be notified. In lieu of flowers (which she loved dearly), the family has requested that donations be made to Pathway Hospice and the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society to create a much needed and lasting positive impact for others, just as they have done for Jane and her family. In Memory of Ina Jane Braly 1021 Hampshire Lane Richardson, TX 75080 Office: 214-377-9377 Fax: 214-292-9604 admin@PathwayHospice.net
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