A celebration of life is set to be held at Dream Catcher Farms in New Waverly, TX September (TBD), 2019. Details to follow.
"I did it my way" is the name of a song by one of Jan's favorite musicians, Frank Sinatra. Those who knew Jan would likely agree, that it also perfectly captures the spirit and life ethos that she lived by.
Jan Mims was born in Flandreau, South Dakota, May 21st 1936 and settled in Texas where she lived most of her life. With a passion for horses, dogs, slot machines and black coffee, Jan definitely had her share of adventures during her lifetime. A bona fide card player, Jan was untouchable at Rummy. During the 2000's she was often spotted driving down FM 1488 with 3 large Weimaraners sticking out of the sunroof! Jan and Tommy founded Dream Catcher Farms where they created so many wonderful memories with family and friends.
Janet Rae Mims is survived by her partner Tommy Davidson; her children, Trisha Hurley, Susan Karvelis and Robert Martinez along with their spouses, Chris Hurley and Kris Bodee Martinez; grandchildren Kristin Angulo Hurley, grandson-in-law Luis Angulo; Cary Castille, grand-daughter-in-law Amy Castille, Andrew Karvelis, Megan Martinez, Max Martinez; and 2 great-granchildren Amelie Angulo Hurley and Clyde Castille.
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SIRE is an amazing nonprofit that was near and dear to Jan's heart.
Anyone who would like to make a donation to a SIRE can do so here: https://www.facebook.com/SIRE.htec/
The mission of SIRE is to improve the quality of life for people with special needs through therapeutic horsemanship activities and therapies, and educational outreach.