Jane Holt Gaither entered the world July 13, 1942 as the seventh child born to Leemon (L.K.) and Grace Holt in Manila, Arkansas. She was married to Johnny Gaither, and together they created a home in Cherokee Village, Arkansas, where she enjoyed God's earthly creation until she arrived at her eternal home July 15, 2023 at the age of 81 after battling cancer. She is now healed and whole and reunited with many loved ones of whom she longed to see again. Preceding her in death were her parents and her siblings: Rosa Lee Bollinger, Anita Wright, Louise Roddy, John Holt, and Tim Holt who were awaiting her arrival in Heaven. Jane was one of a kind and deeply loved her family. Because of her absolute faith in Jesus Christ, she anticipated the heavenly reunion with great joy. In addition to her devoted husband, she also leaves behind two sons, Dr. Jeff Barber and his wife Debra of Jonesboro, Arkansas and Justin Barber of Earle, Arkansas, and one daughter, Jennifer Cook and her husband Bryan of Wooster, Arkansas. As much as she loved her three children, it is possible that she loved her nine grandchildren even more. Jenni Barber, Keighley Griesel, and Lindsey Means, Andrew, Austin, and Adam Cook, Emily, Lauren, and Anna Barber will always remember her love of fishing, Dr. Pepper, and crochet. Most of all, they will remember how much she loved them. Besides her children and grandchildren, Jane also leaves behind a brother, L.K. Holt of Snow Lake, two sisters, Nancy Williams and her husband Danny of Mabelvale and Ann Berry and her husband Tony of Hardy as well as many nieces and nephews and some very special friends. A memorial service will be at First Baptist Church in Hardy, Arkansas on Saturday, July 22 at 11 a.m. Lasting contributions can be made to your local church's mission efforts or to the Cooperative Program through the Arkansas Baptist State Convention.