Janet-Johnson-Obituary

Janet K. Johnson

Lafayette, Indiana

1943 - 2019 (Age 76)

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Lafayette, Indiana
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Alzheimer's Association
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American Cancer Society

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Janet K. JohnsonLafayette - Janet K. "JJ" Johnson, 76, of Lafayette passed away Friday, December 13, 2019 at Franciscan Health Lafayette East.She was born on January 15, 1943 in Lafayette to the late Jim and Venice (Schwartz) Cors. Janet graduated with the class of 1960 from Central Catholic High...

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What a wonderful lady and neighbor when I was growing up. My heart felt condolences to Gary and all their family.

Gary and Carol and Jimmy and Kris. Wanted to tell you we are praying for you during your time of grieving for Janet. She always had a smile on her face and a caring nature. Always asking about our parents when they were alive. Now she is up there looking down on all of you with wings of joy. Take care. Love Hank and Jane (Schwartz) Nickles.

Janet was my second cousin! My sympathies go out to all of you for
your loss! We attended school together
for many years and went to a few family
reunions! Janet was always such a
pleasant person to be around!

I will miss you sweet lady. What a wonderful soul, so thankful that you and I crossed paths. I am so sorry for the families loss. We know where she is. Thank you for being a precious person to me and all of us.
RIP Janet.
Beth Ann

I am so sorry to read about Janet's passing.
I went to CC with her, we were in a lot of classes together because if our last names (Courter and Cors),
We had much fun together and I was the one that introduced Garry and Janet!
Janet was a nice person
My sympathy to Gerry and sons.

So sorry for your families loss

I am sending love and prayers to y'all I know what your going threw and the pain but I will be praying for your hearts to be healed to help you to go threw this I love you guys you have been the a lot this last year God bless us all

Gary and family,
I sorry for your loss.
John Arvidson