Janice K. Jones

Date of Death: April 17, 2010
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Janice K. Jones, 65 Janice K. Jones, 65, of Lafayette, died at 6:10 a.m. Saturday, April 17, 2010, at Clarian Arnett Hospital. She was born Nov. 6, 1944, in Lafayette to the late Thomas and Fonda McIntosh McKeighen. She graduated from Roosevelt High School now Twin Lakes High School and on June 24, 1967, sheContinue Reading

debbe batchelor left a message on April 20, 2010:
charie, so very sorry to hear about Janice. She was such a nice lady.I have thought about you guys alot over the years.Janice was a very special person,always kind to everyone.I will keep you in my thoughts and prayers. Love,debbe.
Jan Harris left a message on April 19, 2010:
Dear Charlie,
I was so sorry to hear about JJ. May the presence of our heavenly Father sustain you during this difficult time. I always enjoyed working with JJ at the ticket office...we had a lot of fun. Sharing in your sorrow and praying for you.

With Sincere Sympathy,
Jan Harris
Teri, Kay , Kevin, Korey left a message on April 19, 2010:
To The families and relatives of Jan. With deepest sympathies for Charlie and the entire family nieces, nephews, sisters, and all who loved Janice. She will be a wonderful Angle who will be missed horrably. I have so many fond memories of all of us who were able to spend so many child hood summers up at the lakes. I can still here uncle George Saying (""""Kid&s shoud be seen and not heard"""".) or when Uncle Tommy would just cringe when one of us wanted to go fishing. Borrow his poles. I am so sorry for all of the losses the Mckiegan&s, Love&s, Maitlen&s, and Strawma&s have experienced in the last couple years. God Bless and my prayors go out to all. Ken & Teri
Denny & Kay
Kevin, Korey
Sharon Oberlie Neal left a message on April 18, 2010:
Janice was a special breed of girl. She was a delight to having tagging after Nancy, my sister and I when we were at the lake. So many fond memories.

Nancy, even tho we don&t see each other it doesn&t mean I can&t look in my scrapbook and go back in time. Memories, that is what we have when we get older.

Please celebrate her life. Know she no longer suffers. Remember the high points of her life. Remember her positive attitude and love of life. Remember her faith in what will be will be....It may be years since I have seen her but she was a unique person. She will be missed and your love for her will continue..she is in God&s hands now . . If you are anything like me you will talk to her and almost feel her by your side.....I do this a lot to my Dad. No I am not nuts, but always have had a sensitive spot in my heart. I know your loss is heart breaking and I wish I could ease your pain..

Know that you are in our thoughts and prayers.
Your old classmate as far back as 1st grade.
Sharon, one of the Oberlie Twins
Eric Johnson left a message on April 18, 2010:
Dear Charlie, it&s been a long time and I was absolutely stunned to read about Janice&s death online. We sure had a lot of fun years ago on Linden Drive---seems like several lifetimes ago now. We had a lot of fun sitting on the porch and shooting the breeze and laughing about all of the crazy stuff in the """"old hood""""---hope this finds you in good health. My sincerest condolences to an old friend and neighbor---Eric
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Cari Wood-McCann left a message on April 18, 2010:
Charlie - I am so sorry to hear about Janice&s passing :( Please know that I am thinking of you. Janice was a great lady. I will never forget our heart to heart talks Janice and I had when I was growing up on Linden Drive. Great memories!
Love, Cari
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