Janie P. Jackson
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June 20, 1947
February 7, 2014
Janie P. Perdue, 66, of Pensacola passed away on February 7, 2014.
Janie was a very loving, caring, kind hearted person that would give you the shirt off her back, or her last dollar. She loved her big family and all her friends. She never knew a stranger, nor did she know any enemies. Janie loved her church and all the people there. She loved to sew and make quilts for her grandbabies, and she loved her cartoons (Wood Woodpecker and Family Guy were her favorites). Janie was a 17 year survivor of breast cancer and many health problems and was an awesome homemaker.
Survivors include: children, Daniel (Carrie) Cooper, Serena (Scott) Sidner, and Clinton (Katie) Perdue and Cuddles her dog; grandchildren, Daniel D. Cooper Jr., Patrick W. Perdue, Amber N. Aceto, Matthew Perdue, Brendon Bell, Dylan Perdue, Austin Perdue, Alex Perdue, Dalton Perdue, Clinton Perdue Jr., Mya Wilson, and Melissa Wilson; Siblings, Shannon (Jeanette) Hutcheson, George (Patricia) Jackson, Jimmy (Stacy) Jackson, Glenda Johns, Vickie Jones and Dana (Michael) Moore; five cousins; thirteen nieces and nephews.
Trahan Family Funeral Home, 419 Yoakum Court, is in charge of arrangements.
Visitation will be held from 12 noon until funeral service begins at 1:00 p.m. all on Wednesday, February 12, 2014 at the funeral home.
Burial will follow at Eastern Gate Memorial Gardens.
Her motto was: everything happens for a reason. Well God found his reason and made a new Angel to watch over her family and friends, she will never hurt or suffer again, however she now can fly with her wings wide open in this great open sky. Every time it rains, it will be her kisses, every time the wind blows, it will be her flapping her wings. See even though this is a very sad moment for everyone, because we can't see her or touch her, it's also a very beautiful one, for now we all have the most wonderful Guardian Angel over us all. She gave us life, she showed us all what true love is. She showed us how to live life and taught us well and for that I thank her. For some if it wasn't for her we wouldn't be here today. We love you Mom, sister, aunt, grandma/nana, and friend. You will be missed.
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Trahan Family Funeral Home
430 Beverly Parkway Pensacola, FL 32505
Published in Pensacola News Journal from Feb. 11 to Feb. 13, 2014