Janara J. Hoppock, 44, of Ulysses, formerly of Easton, entered Heaven's gates on Nov. 21, 2021 following an illness.
Janara was born on May 28, 1977 in Easton to the late John E. Davis and Deborah (Piatt) Davis.
Jamara graduated from Northampton Community College with two degrees in accounting and business administration. She previously worked for Westminster Title Agency, Northampton Memorial Shrine, and Corner Café.
Janara had a passion for photography which earned her photo being on the cover of the book "1911 The Austin Flood." She also won numerous photography contests.
Janara enjoyed the great outdoors, fishing, taking drives through the countryside, and sight-seeing. She will be fondly remembered as the family chef for family dinners, her loud obnoxious singing, her twisted sense of humor that reddened the faces of the males in the family and her loud, outgoing, bubbly personality.
Janara is survived by her daughter, Mackenzie Hoppock of Ulysses who was her pride and joy; her mother, Deborah Davis ofEaston; a brother David E (Eve) Davis of Gilbert; twin sister, Sondra "Sandee" (Shane Snyder) Witmer of Coudersport; niece, Natalie Witmer of Coudersport; and a great-uncle, Barry Piatt of Austin.
She was predeceased by her father, John Davis.
Those who knew Janara, knows she hated being fussed over and would rather give than receive.
In lieu of funeral services and to honor Janara's character, we ask that all who wish to participate to make a donation to her daughter, Mackenzie.
The family has entrusted the Thomas E. Fickinger Funeral Home, 210 North East St. Coudersport, with her arrangements.
To share your fondest memories of Janara or to sign her guestbook, please visit www.thomasfickinger.com.
Published by Potter Leader-Enterprise from Nov. 23 to Nov. 30, 2021.