Janice Stroud SENTIF

Tampa, Florida

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Dear Jan,

The times we had together were memorable. I will always remember your smile, laugh, love, sarcasm and jokes. I'm going to miss the way you would walk into the office and give me a big giant hug as if I were one of your granddaughters. I am very grateful to have had you in my life!

To the Ayers, Overfield, Newsom & Sentif Family, I am deeply sorry for your loss. Jan was an amazing person and I know she will always be here with us, watching over. Love...

Dear Patsy and all of your family.
I think I am still in shock, or I haven't actually accepted the fact that Aunt Jnice is gone from this world. She was truely one of the most amazing women. So many talents,one of which is her ability to paint. I have a couple of her paintings, so does Norma. Author, musician, the list goes on
I think about her work on the family lineage. Who will finish it...
The saying goes. " you know you truely loved someone when you can still hear...

My heart aches as I hear the news of the passing of one of the most wonderful women that I have ever had the pleasure of knowing. Her love for her family, her warm and caring ways, her infectious laughter, her wonderful stories and the way that she stood by my daughter and I are memories that are so close to my heart. I will never forget you and how much you affected my life in so many wonderful ways. While my heart aches that we no longer have you here on earth, I am comforted to know...

Dearest Patsy & Kelly I am so sorry to learn of your loss. Jan was a pistol - always on the go wearing that bright smile. She saved me more than once with needed medical advice and help. She also saved my dog - hope they meet across the Rainbow Bridge. Knowing her made lives a little brighter.

I pray that the Lord will give all of you strength to endure this difficult time. Love & Blessings to all.

Patsy, Steve and Family
Carl and I were sorry to hear of your mother's passing. She will be in our thoughts and prayers.

Always, Uncle Carlie and Aunt Annie

Dear Grammy, While I am so happy that left us in the most peaceful of ways, I would have liked a little heads up, even a day or two, to wrap my head around this possibility. You were so healthy, energetic and active, so we just did not see this coming. Stacy and I have such fond childhood memories of our Friday night overnights with you. As an adult, it was you that spent the night with me when I was hospitalized after my car accident. You ate all my orange sherbets! In addition, you...

Dear Mom, I cannot believe you left me so soon. Since we were only 18 years apart you were my mother and my friend. I told you that in your birthday card 10 days ago. You were always my go to person in illness or just advice. In this difficult time friends and family have shown me how much they loved you.I will take care of Art. Thank you for all that you gave up for me.You will be missed. I will let you know in my prayers tonight who the next president is. Love you always Patsy

I'm very sadden to hear of Aunt Janice's passing. Thoughts and prayers and love to you Patsy and family.

My dear Jan you will be missed. Thank you for all the help and advice you gave even though we had only known each other for such a short time. You were truly a "people person" and everyone loved you. You never gave up nursing and you could really play a "mean" keyboard! God bless you Jan, your husband Art, and your family.
Diane Pfeiffer, Director Screech Owls of Northdale


Janice's Obituary

SENTIF, Janice Stroud, 82, of Tampa, Florida, passed away unexpectedly, but peacefully, at her home Monday, November 5, 2012. She was born in Pike, New York, October 28, 1930. Jan is survived by her loving husband, Art Sentif; her daughter and son in law, Patsy and Steve Ayers; granddaughters,...

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