Janet McCracken
1945 - 2021
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Janet Marie McCracken

Janet Marie McCracken, 75, passed away on February 21, 2021 in Sacramento, CA.

No funeral services will be held.

Janet Marie McCracken was born in La Junta, Colorado to Jeffrey and Edith Johnson on April 14, 1945. She went to school at Central High School. She married her high school sweetheart Homer Lee McCracken Jr. and they have been together for 60 years. She often reminded her husband that he "wasn't funny". Janet was a loving daughter, wife, mother, grandmother, great grandmother, and great friend. She moved from San Francisco to Sacramento to be closer to her CA grandkids and loved taking them to McDonalds. Janet loved to read she could have opened her own library. She loved her time spent with her grandchildren, traveling in the RV relaxing and working on her crossword puzzles.

Janet is preceded in death by her firstborn son Raymond Michael McCracken.

Janet is survived by her husband Homer McCracken, her two daughters and their spouses Virginia McCracken and Eric Widmyer, Christina and Ryan Coley grandchildren Brittany Kline, Carly Alexander, Briana and Andrew Coley, great-grandchildren, Eva, Isaac, Ivan, Eily and Ellany Kline, Oliver and Madison Higginbotham.

The family of Janet McCracken wishes to extend our sincere thanks to Sutter Hospice.


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Published in San Francisco Chronicle from Feb. 24 to Feb. 28, 2021.
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