Joseph Lewis Janie's first and last love,Joe took care of Janie through her cancer took her to all of her appointments,never missed a one I love you Janie,God be with you,I will be there.Joseph lewis
"Let the rain of divine truth,life and love be established in me and rule out of me all sin,and may thy word enrich the affection of all man kind."/Related family of Mary,Baker Eddy.
Our loved ones who have died leave an indelible imprint in our memories. We find comfort in knowing that our lives have been enriched by having shared their love. Please accept my sincere sympathy.
Janie was a wonderful person, mother and friend. My thoughts and prayers are with you all and especially, Jenn. I loved your relationship with your Mom, Jenn, as that is how I remember her best is always supporting your heart and happiness. Much love and may Janie rest in peace. Blessings.
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
I know how hard Mrs. Heath's struggle must have been with pancreatic cancer as I am a survivor of 7 yrs.
Please accept my condolences for your loss.
Remembering Janie with grace of conpassion, hard work ethic and her joy of being Nana with a big beautiful smile lighting up her face. Janie and Jen's bond as mother and daughter is the most genuine,loving & honest relationship between a Mother & Child. After 20 years of sharing my life with you both I feel blessed. My heart is heavy for Jen,the grieving loss of your best friend and mother, May you always be her sunshine & hold on to your memories of the genuine bond only a mother/daughter share. We will be here for you through years of missing her.
I've known Janie for many years (I am 87 years old). She was one of favorite people ever and I will miss her tremendously. Many years ago her father had a garage nextdoor to a business I ran for a few years (on Broadway Avenue, "Cackett's garage" & the "Suds"). We also both resided in South Boise where she attended school with my daughter. As reflected in her obituary she was one of the most courageous and kind women I've ever known and I am thankful I did know her. I wish you the best Jennifer. You had a great mother. Sincerely yours, Faye Miller.
Janie was the most awesome women I have ever met. She had such courage and a huge value for life and family. She went through a life time of troubles but always over come them with strength we find from within when there doesnt seem to be any left. She was a fighter to the end and I will greatly miss her. In just the short while I knew her as her caregiver... she changed my life. Thank you Janie, and thank you to Dana and Erik who are the greatest neice and nephew any Antie could have. You two were/are and always will be awesome!!!