Ogden City Cemetery
Friday August 6th, 2021
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Catherine Jane Winters
Catherine Jane Winters passed away in Ogden, Utah after a courageous fifty-year battle with cancer and major heart problems in her senior years. She was born August 10, 1940 in Tallahatchie County, Mississippi to Hillman Lafayette Turbeville, and “I” “V” White. Like Elvis Presley several years earlier, she graduated from Humes High School in 1958 in Memphis, Tennessee. She married Edward Wilson, and had three sons: Paul, Michael, Timothy, and one daughter, Rhonda Kay, who died eighteen hours after birth. They later divorced. She later married Walter Louis Winters on January 16, 1970.
Jane and Walter had their marriage sealed for time and eternity on June 25,1974, in the Salt Lake Temple and two months later, moved to Ogden, Utah.
Surviving is her husband, Walter, Sons: Michael Wilson, Timothy Wilson, her stepdaughter, Rhonda Hollinger, eleven grandchildren, and one brother.
She was preceded in death by both parents, her son, Paul Wilson, daughter, Rhonda Kay, four brothers, two sisters and her stepson, Robert Winters. Jane and Walter also became foster Parents to a Navaho Native-American “Placement” student in 1990, named Adrian Jim, who graduated from Ben Lomond High School in 1993. He served a two-year Church mission, and graduated from BYU with a Master’s Degree.
Jane was an active and devoted member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She had an unconditional, non-judgmental, forgiving heart, and a profound love for all people whom she regarded as her brothers and sisters. She was honest and virtuous, and was loved by all who knew her.
A graveside service will be at the Ogden City Cemetery on Friday, August 6, 2021 at 11 am..
We lost an sweet loving Angel her presence was a gift.
Her Hugs will last Eternally
Brent & Dawna Harrison Aug 6 2021 12:00 AM
Jane was a very special person. When I was best friends in high school with Rhonda Hollinger, she always made me feel welcome. Even years later, she would take the time to catch up and always asked how my family and I were doing. She was always so compassionate and kind. She will always be a warm, bright spot in my memories.
Becky Linford Aug 6 2021 12:00 AM
Jane was so sweet and I loved her too! I did not know of her passing or her funeral or I
would have been there. Just got the message tonight! Walter took great care of her too.
Love them both so much! Kathlyn Astle and Glen
Kathlyn Astle Aug 6 2021 12:00 AM
We were recipients of those hugs and flowers from Jane. She was a visiting teacher in our home several years sometimes bringing her sister with her. She remembered birthdays and special occasions with phone calls, cards and flowers. After she could no longer go out and was under hospice care, she would send Walter out to deliver flowers. She was a joy to our family.
Melvin and Renita Aug 4 2021 12:00 AM
Who will give hugs to everyone now? I loved Sister Winters and Im sure shes having a wonderful reunion with her loved ones.
Barbara Anderson Aug 3 2021 12:00 AM
My grandmother was one of the most loving and generous people I have ever had the chance of knowing. She gave the best hugs and always shared what she had with others. I feel privileged to have had her play a large role in raising me and teaching me how to be kind and love others. She lived to be Christ-like and to give love to everyone.
I love her so much and will miss her always, but I am so happy she finally made it home to reunite with her family and friends who have left before her. She was a very strong woman whose beliefs were unshaken. Her passing has left a hole in my heart, but I know she would want us all to celebrate for her. She returned home.
I love you, Mammaw. Thank you for everything you taught me and all that you did for me. I will always miss you and I look forward to seeing you again someday. I love you, I love you, I love you. I will miss your hugs and your voice dearly.
Katelyn Wilson Aug 3 2021 12:00 AM
Some of my family came from Tennessee, and the first time I heard her speak, I felt as though I would love getting to know her. "Miss Jane" was one of the most delightful of all the wonderful people we have ever met. I thought of her exactly the way the Savior described Nathanael; "An Israelite indeed, in whom is no guile"(John 1:47)
She was always loving, always giving, and constantly thinking of those around her. If she received a bouquet, she would enjoy it for a day, and then freshen it up and pass it on to someone who needed cheering up.
We benefited from her talent at making sweets, and her love of sharing, and nobody ever went without one of her famous hugs!
We miss you, Miss Jane. Love you always.
Stuart, Deanna and Aaron Aug 2 2021 12:00 AM