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Jane Brumfield

Jane Brumfield

June 22, 1932 – Nov. 29, 2023
Anna Jane McManus Brumfield, 91, died at McComb Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, Nov. 29, 2023. Jane was born June 22, 1932, in Pike County to foster parents, Frank and Martha Myers.
Early in life she was a homemaker, busy rearing three sons. For a few years, she worked in the cafeteria at Jones Elementary School and later in life, was employed by Jitney Jungle Supermarket and then traveled with A. C. Nielson Co. performing inventories in area stores. Later in life, she, along with second husband Mead Brumfield, truck farmed on the Brumfield Farm in Progress, and provided fresh vegetables to several local food stores as well as to individuals.
She and first husband David Lee McManus reared three sons. Several years after the death of husband David, she married Mead Brumfield and became a member of Silver Creek Baptist Church near Progress. With the 2nd marriage, Jane acquired five more grown children, several grandchildren, subsequent great grandchildren.
She is preceded in death by her foster parents, husband David Lee McManus, Sr., husband Mead Brumfield, sons Robert Keith McManus, David Lee McManus Jr., daughter in law Janella McManus, son John Brumfield and a special sister-in-law, Sylvia Brumfield.
Survivors include: Bill McManus, (Linda), daughter in law Rebecca Tynes McManus, Terry Brumfield, (Pat), daughter Carol Brumfield Breland, (Tony), Meadette Brumfield, and Gwen Brumfield Ginn, (Robert). In addition, grandchildren, Anna Louise Burris, (Bert), Robin Spring, (Curt), Allison Miller, (Todd), Jason McManus, (Jac), Jeff Brumfield, (Lori), Davey Brumfield, (Chrissy), Kent Brumfield (Carol) great and great-great grandchildren and special niece Stacie Stinson, (Ralph).
Funeral services were Dec. 1, 2023, at Sharkey Funeral Home in Summit, private burial in Hollywood Cemetery.
Memorials may be made to Feed My Sheep, a ministry of Silver Creek Baptist Church of Progress, or the Methodist Children’s Home where she resided early in her life.
Sharkey Funeral Home in Summit was in charge of the arrangements.

 

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