In lieu of flowers, Jane set up a college fund for her great grandson. Contact: Texas Exchange
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Bank, Crowley Texas, 817-806-1435 “Benefit for Jax Taylor Education”
Ola Jane Sulak spent her last days at home, and peacefully departed this world on April 11th,
Chapel Service: 1:00 PM Thursday at Skyvue Funeral Home, 7220 Rendon Bloodworth Rd. Mansfield Texas 76063. Visitation: 6-8:30 PM Wednesday at Skyvue Funeral Home. Interment: Crowley Cemetery.
Jane was born on March 11th, 1937 to Elzie William Haynes and Ola Bell Haynes in Fort Worth, Texas. Jane is one of five Haynes children, each of which worked at the Haynes Meat Market in downtown Fort Worth. Jane graduated from Paschal High School in 1956, and in November of the same year married Clement John Sulak. Clem & Jane built a house in Crowley, Texas, where they started a family and resided for the remainder of their lives. In 1963, Jane gave birth to Julie Ann Taylor, followed by Helen Jane Darilek in 1967, and so began Jane’s life as a mother and home-maker. Jane took pride in her home, her children, and her cooking. She became a master of her craft in the kitchen, turning Clem’s fresh garden goods into home-cooked meals, canned food, and neighborhood generosity. Jane became a PTA champion during her children's tenure in grade school. Amidst her home-making, she also sold Avon throughout Crowley and beyond, and continued to do so until her last days. Clem & Jane loved
to dance, especially Czech, go to Winstar, play cards & dominoes.
Clem & Jane were married for 61 years, and are survived by Julie & Michael Taylor, Helen & Darby Darilek, honorary son Jason Marbut, grandchildren, Rone & Karen Taylor, Nash Taylor & Libby Benton, Cece, Colter & Camille Darilek, one great grandson, Jax Taylor, three siblings, Don Haynes, Susan Hahn, and Thelda Kane, extended family and many friends.