Janice Stephens Marrow

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Janice Stephens Marrow, 67, went to her heavenly home from the Regional Medical Center ICU on Saturday, August 19, 2017. Visitation will be held at Bynum Baptist Church from 11 a.m. until her celebration of life service at 12 p.m. on Thursday August 24, 2017, with the Rev. Benjie K. Miller and Kathy Burns officiating. Burial will follow at Forestlawn Gardens Cemetery. Janice was born in Anniston to Floyd M. and Pearl L. Stephens on August 10, 1950. She grew up in the Bynum Community and could be found working in her parents' Bynum Rexall Drug Store, playing with friends at Bynum Lake, reading, and playing her piano. She graduated from Oxford High School and continued on to received her Bachelor's Degree in Library Science English from Jacksonville State University. Janice was a bookkeeper for Compass Bank and First National Bank Talladega. She taught third Grade at Trinity Christian Academy. She was an active member of Bynum Baptist Church serving in many positions throughout her life, beginning as a teen playing the piano for Children's Worship. Always active in missions, she achieved the level of Queen in the GA Forward Steps. She assisted in serving the "Agape Meal" at JSU to help BCM students raise monies for Summer Missions. Presently, Janice was the Ladies Bible Study Teacher, Prayer Coordinator for Women on Mission and the church pianist. Always shy and behind the scenes, but definitely loving her Lord by willing to do whatever was asked of her, especially if it had anything to do with music. Janice was married to Daryl Marrow, whom she faithfully cared for during times of good health and poor. Janice had a unique capacity for caring and showing love. Her greatest joy was her son, Vann Caldwell, constable of Talladega County. She enjoyed talking politics and about God's Word which was an inherited trait from her dad. Her face would light up when she shared that one day she thought her son, Vann Caldwell, would be president. She was extremely proud of the man he has become. Recently, Vann and his wife Tracy, blessed her with her precious grand-daughter, Marylynn. Janice is survived by her son, Van Caldwell (Tracy); her grandchild, Marylynn; her sister, Judy Carter (Benny); her brother, Jimmy Stephens (Pam); her husband, Daryl Marrow; her aunt Bertha Davis Pearce and, many other nieces, nephews, cousins, special friends, and family. The family would like to express their appreciation to all the RMC-ICU staff. Memorials may be sent to the Bynum Baptist Church 70th Anniversary Celebration, P.O. Box 326, Bynum AL, 36253 Online condolences to graybrownservice.com
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Gray Brown-Service Mortuary
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Anniston, AL 362014651
(256) 236-3441
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Published in The Anniston Star on Aug. 22, 2017
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