Jane L. Hutton, 77, of Baker City died Sunday, November 1st, 2015 at Settler's Park Assisted Living Community in Baker City. A celebration of life gathering will be held at 10:00 AM on Saturday, November 7th, 2015 at the Baker Elks Lodge.\n\nJane was born January 25, 1938 in Grants Pass, OR. to Loren Cooper and Mildred "Billie" (Montgomery) Cooper. She attended high school in Jacksonville, OR.\n\nShe married Billy Joe "Bud" Hutton in Reno, NV. on November 3, 1956. Along with taking care of her home, Jane worked at Betty's Books for many years. Jane enjoyed reading so much she joined a Book Club and volunteered for the annual Baker County Library Book Sale. Some of her favorite hobbies included gardening, going to yard sales, doing crafts and decorating.\n\nJane was very active in her community. She was a member of Granny's, a life member of the Baker County Regional Museum, and was honored as Volunteer of the Year for Friends of the Museum. She was one of the Four Ladies of the Adler House who volunteered to Restore the Leo Adler House, a member of the Red Hat Society, a lifetime member of SVRR and a member of the Lady Elks.\n\nShe is survived by her Son, Scott D. Hutton and wife Melinda of Baker City; daughter Billie R. Hopkins of Baker City; grandchildren, Stephanie L. Smith and husband Tony of Boise, ID. Michelle K. Hansen and husband Cody of Baker City, Brian S. Hutton of Salem, OR. Sgt. Sierra R. Hopkins of Joint Base Lewis, McChord, WA. Rachell M. Carpenter and husband Jesse of Baker City, William C. Hopkins of Glendale, AZ and Wyatt C. Knadle of Baker City, and five great grandchildren, Ryan, Jayden, Easton, Malia and Lane.\n\nJane was preceded in death by her husband, Billy J. Hutton, infant daughter Debra L. Hutton and her parents Loren and Mildred Cooper.\n\nMemorial Contributions may be made to Granny's, the Leo Adler House or SVRR through Gray's West & Company Pioneer Chapel, 1500 Dewey Ave. Baker City, OR.