Janie Lou Fox
  • 94 years old
  • Date of birth: Aug 15, 1918
  • Place of birth:
    Atlanta, Georgia, United States
  • Date of passing: Dec 16, 2012
  • Place of passing:
    Atlanta, Georgia, United States
Let the memory of Janie be with us forever

This memorial website was created by Janie's family to celebrate her life. Please help us honor Janie by sharing your photos, videos, stories and memories here.

Janie was preceded in death by her son, Cecil W. Fox, Jr.; grandson, Freddie Fox Howard and long time friend, Boss Streetman. Surviving are her sons, Ralph C. Fox, Decatur, and Herman & daughter-in-law, Linda Fox, Snellville; granddaughters, Kelli Fox Greenway & husband, Alan Greenway and Andrea Fox.

A memorial service will be held in the near future. Interment, Westminister Memorial Gardens, Peachtree City. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the 
American Cancer Society or a charity of your choice .

Arrangements entrusted to Eternal Hills Funeral Home, Snellville, 770-972-3155.

Memorial Tributes
This tribute was added by Mary Daniel on 18th December 2014

"Aunt Janie will be spending Christmas again this year with our Lord,and I know she will be watching over us and I hope to see her again and share her joy."

This tribute was added by Mary Daniel on 19th August 2014

"Even as the years pass Aunt Janie will always be remembered. This wonderful lady will be a blessed memory for many friends and family. Her beautiful smile will never be forgotten."

This tribute was added by Mary Daniel on 17th August 2013

"Happy Birthday Aunt Janie, you were a loving daughter,sister, wife,  mother and grandmother and you will never be forgotten. Memories are forever."

This tribute was added by Mary Daniel on 20th March 2013

"Aunt Janie was such a special lady all her life. She had a smile that was always there and invited people to smile back. She loved her family and friends and was always there for them. A lot of things get lost as life passes by but memories are in your heart forever. The wonderful pictures on this site show how special she was to all those who knew her and that beautiful smile."

This tribute was added by Susan Jobe on 20th December 2012

"I remember Janie as a sweet, loving lady who always had a warm smile and a twinkle in her eyes.  Herman, Linda, Kelli and Andrea, I'm so sorry to hear of her passing.  I know that your happy memories will comfort you, and that we will see her again in Heaven.  Much love and prayers...Susan"

This tribute was added by Kelli Greenway on 19th December 2012

"I am so grateful to have been unconditionally loved by a grandmother whom lived 94 years!  Granny's sharp mind, feistiness & love for her family were key attributes in raising 3 boys & carrying her through life.  Although Granny's departure from us is sad & difficult, I know she is in heaven smiling & celebrating with all those that she dearly missed over the years.  With Love, Kelli"

This tribute was added by Martha Hallman on 19th December 2012

"Proud to call Janie cousin.  She was a compasionate friendly lady. Miss talking to youJanie.  You alays made thers smile.  You will be missd many."

This tribute was added by Martha Hallman on 19th December 2012

"Proud o call Janie cousin.  Good friend, supportive and lovely. Miss talking to you Janie."

This tribute was added by Janet Harper on 19th December 2012

"Aunt Janie was very special to me and my family, we will miss her greatly.  I know she is happy to be with her family in heaven and we will all be together one day. I will always love you!"

This tribute was added by Debra Balkcom on 19th December 2012

"In loving memory of a wonderful Aunt. I do not ever remember seeing Aunt Janie without  the most beautiful full smile on her face. Such a sweet and loving Lady with a mind as sharp as a knife. Even in her 90's, if we was wondering when something happened, just ask Aunt Janie, she will know. Where do we go now?
Rest now Aunt Janie you have set a wonderful example for us all!"

This tribute was added by Andrea Fox on 18th December 2012

"I'm proud that Janie (Granny) was my grandmother.  A hard working mom who raised 3 boys on her own in Atlanta and I'm very proud of her for that.  She was funny and feisty, always had warm smile and never minced words.  I never met anyone that knew my Granny that didn't tell me how much they loved her.  I will miss her but I know she is in a happy place now surrounded by people she loves."

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