Jane Keller Hime

Jane Keller Hime, 90, of Dickinson, passed away September 15, 2017, in Pasadena, Texas.  Jane was born January 19, 1927, to Ross J. and Marion Reed Keller in Galveston, Texas. She was employed by Security Savings and Loan of Dickinson for 30 years, retiring as Sr. Vice President in 1988.  She then joined the staff of Dickinson Public Library and after 16 years retired 2004.  She was a member of the DAR; volunteer for several local civic organizations over the years and a member of Holy Trinity Episcopal Church since 1952 serving in various ministries as well as the vestry.

Jane was preceded in death by her parents, sisters Betty Keller Gibbs and Marion Keller Cavin and dear and close companion R. D. Holcomb.  She is survived by son John A. Hime; daughter Linda R. Duncan; Son, James L. Hime; daughter Deborah M. Hime; grandchildren, great-grandchildren and many nieces and nephews.

A visitation in her honor will be held 5:00 – 7:00 pm, Thursday, September 21, 2017, at Crowder Funeral Home, 1645 E. Main Street, League City, with funeral services 10:00 am, Friday, September 22, 2017, Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, 4613 TX-3, Dickinson, under the direction of Crowder Funeral Home Dickinson.  Interment will follow at Galveston Memorial Park, Hitchcock, TX.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, 4613 TX-3, Dickinson, TX 77539.


  1. RIP Jane, such a nice lady.. God Bless you and your family.

    Olivia Strom
  2. I’ll miss you, Nan Nan. You were always so kind and thoughtful to me. My thoughts are with all of her friends and family.

    Douglas Fletcher
  3. Another awesome Angel! Love you today and tomorrow.

    Andrea Felty
  4. Love you and your spunk. Even at 90. I will definitely have a spicy Bloody Mary in your honor. Sooo many fulfilling memories to choose from! You were one of the greats, and many people will miss you always.

    -your loving granddaughter, Deanna

    Deanna Duncan
  5. Our love, sympathy & prayers go out to you all as family at this very sad time.
    Such a lovely lady who will be sadly missed by all those who knew her.
    Sandy, Grant & family.

    Sandy & Grant Dawson
  6. Loved your mom! She was such a power house of energy to the end!! So glad I did get to see her after Harvey hit. God Bless all of you in this time of loss. I will see you all on Thursday.

    Susan Wilcox
  7. Debbie and family,
    So sorry for your loss.

    Linda Connors

    Linda Connors
  8. I will miss my dear, long time friend, and the wonderful times we had at Noahs Ark on Sunday afternoons. My thoughts and prayers are with your family, as I will cherish the years of friendship and fun.

    Gwen neugent
  9. So glad I got to spend time with you…though it was much too short! Love you and know you will live in our hearts forever!

  10. Dear Debbie,
    I’m sorry for your loss. I didn’t know your mom but because I know you I can be sure she was a great person and a wonderful mother. I feel sad that she is gone but know she is remembered with love by many.
    Karen B.

    Karen Bertocci
  11. I am so very sorry for your loss and all that you have been through. You are certainly a tribute to her.
    Love and miss you,

    Vera Porter
  12. I have so many good memories of Jane and the Hime family. I was blessed to know them all. I remember the table in the living room with the ongoing complex picture puzzle that was a work in progress until the last piece was in place. Always something interesting and fun going on at the Hime house. Jane was a “bigger than life” lady and one of the most interesting people I’ve had the privileged of knowing. If you met Jane, you just loved her from the start. A sweet caring heart and a bright mind. She was a joy to be around and I, as well as all her friends and family, will miss her dearly. I can only hope that I will make the kind of difference in the world that Jane made in the lives of all who knew her. God speed Jane. And may the angels and saints be there to welcome you at the gate of heaven and guide you to the beautiful mansion that you’ll call home. With deepest sympathy to Debbie and all of Jane’s loved ones.

    Sharon Chamberlain
  13. Sending my thoughts and prayers to you all. Remembering such fun times visiting Jane on the weekends home from college with Deb. Boiling shrimp and eating them on the backyard picnic table covered with newspaper! Jane was such a wonderful, caring, enthusiastic, and always welcoming lady! She will truly be missed and will always have a special place in my heart. May God bless and comfort you during this difficult time.

    Valerie Noyes
  14. Jane, we will miss you.
    We have the good fortune to have known you. As a friend and neighbor, you’re remembered as positive, eager, and always going the extra mile- boundless energy! For Dickinson – you’re the example of strong faith, good work and service and long-term commitment. Rich Memories… We offer our condolences to the family, friends and all whom you’ve made a difference!

    Ken & Velma Stuchly
  15. Jane was such a sweet lady and great neighbor. We will miss her very much.
    Jim and Suzy Ouellette

    Jim and Suzy Ouellette
  16. Debby:

    So sorry for the loss of your mom. I don’t think I’ve ever met anyone who loved and cared about their mother as much as you. She must have been an amazing woman.


    Steve d'Oliveira
  17. So sorry to hear of your great loss. Sam Houston Chapter members will miss our sister.

    Bonnie Conrad
  18. A very sweet person who helped my eldest at the library! My prayers to the family!

    Pamela Ann Goldsmith

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