Let the memory of Janice be with us forever.
  • 80 years old
  • Born on March 13, 1938 in Oroville, California, United States.
  • Passed away on March 8, 2019 in Fernley, Nevada, United States.
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Janice Cook 80 years old , born on March 13, 1938 and passed away on March 8, 2019. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Marie Morgan on April 30, 2019
I know I wrote to Janice already, however, this is to Bob, Charlotte, Richard and Robert.
Your wife Bob and your mother Charlotte, Richard and Robert was my best friend for forty plus years. She was such a caring person and loved her family with all her being. She was so creative and talented in many ways. She loved making things for her family and yes for me too. She always remembered my birthday and special occasions with a card. She was truly a great friend. I am very lucky to have had such a great friend and I shall miss her every day. A few days before she passed I had spoken to her and she had said she was so glad to talk with me because she could forget her pain for awhile. I had no idea that would be our last conversation. You are all so very lucky you had that terrific woman in your life. You were truly blessed. I am also blessed to have had her in my life for all those years. She would not want you to be sad but to be happy and live life as if she were still with you. She has no more pain and is walking on the streets of heaven looking down upon all of us and saying dry your tears and think of me with happiness. Love to all of you Marie
Posted by Marie Morgan on April 30, 2019
Hello Janice my wonderful friend of forty plus years. I think of you every day since you left us. I miss our sometimes very long telephone calls and our political conversation along with remembering our past recollections.  You were like my sister. We had sooooo much in common. Funny how on some days I would be feeling low and think I should call you and be darned if the phone wouldn't ring and it would be you. Other times I'd call you and you'd say you were feeling a little low and thought I should call Marie and low and behold your phone would ring and it would be me. We'd both tell each other how much we needed to talk on those occasions. Bob and Charlotte and the rest of your family miss you too. They are getting along better now. Just remember my dear friend you are truly missed and still very loved. I hope you saw my beloved daughter Jeannette and told her how much I love her and truly miss her. Well, Janice, I guess I better close this and do something even if it's wrong. I miss you so very much. Love you always and go on remembering our wonderful conversations. Love Marie
Posted by Tressa Whitten on April 19, 2019
My heart hurts and sings at the same time for those left behind. She was such a loving, amazing woman I know there seems to be a huge void. But on the other hand Janice is free of pain and rejoicing on heavens streets of gold! Her smiles, Christmas letters and sweet words will be missed. She may be gone for now but never forgotten! Hugs of love to the family!
Posted by Becky Shaw on April 16, 2019
What an amazing woman. Her love knew no bounds, her stories were epic, and she was always a safe place to be yourself. I will carry her in my heart for the rest of my life. Thank you Charlotte and Richard for sharing her with me for all those years. ❤️
Posted by Donna Camp on April 15, 2019
Janice has enriched my life and will be dearly missed. We were blessed to have Janice and Bob for wonderful neighbors for several years. I loved her true life stories. She lived a full and exciting life and treasured her family and her many friends. Our thoughts and prayers go out to Bob and Charlotte and the whole family. ❤
Posted by Beth Brown on April 15, 2019
Janice was my mother (Nancy Lou Ella Lamb Sullivan) cousin. I met Janice once at a family reunion, We exchanged Christmas & Birthday cards. I enjoyed a occasional phone call,with Janice. Charlotte our family sends you prayers & we share in your sadness.
                  When I'm Gone
When I come to the end of my journey
And I travel my last weary mile,
Just forget if you can, that I ever frowned
And remember only the smile.
Forget unkind words I have spoken;
Remember some good I have done,
Forget that I ever had a heartache
And remember I've had loads of fun.
Forget that I have stumbled and blundered
And sometimes fell by the way.
Remember I have fought
Some hard battles and won,
Ere the close of the day,
Then forget to grieve for my going,
I would not have you sad for a day,
But in summer just gather some flowers
And remember the place where I lay
And come in the evening
When the sun paints the sky in the west,
Stand for a few moments beside me
And remember only my best.
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Posted by Vienna Vaden on April 9, 2019
I am truly sorry to hear of the Passing of Janice. I remember her sage advice about long marriages and get passed the angry sweaty armpits to 3 work exchanges. I have happy memories of her and of course Charlottes awesome hair colors.
Posted by Shannon Barnes on April 9, 2019
Owen and I are so saddened by your loss Richard and family! She must have been an amazing woman because she created an amazing man.
Our deepest sympathies for your loss.
Posted by Judy Lamb on April 9, 2019
Dear Charlotte and family, I am saddened to hear of the passing of Janice.
She was such a pleasure to have known and such a blessing to many people over the many years she lived in Alaska. I hope to visit her some day in her new mansion.
Judy Lamb
Posted by Lee Stanton on April 9, 2019
Hello Charlotte
So sorry to hear of your moms passing.I didn’t have the pleasure of actually knowing her,though talking to you about all there travels and everyday life I felt I did know her.
Posted by Jerry Bauer on April 8, 2019
I used to sing with Janice in the church quire in Anchorage. I enjoyed visiting with her as she was very sweet. I dropped in to visit them from time to time in Vegas on my way home from the southwest. My condolences to all the family members. I will miss her.
Posted by Londra Fleming on April 8, 2019
I met Janice when I went to her travel agency in 1996. I was honored to be able to take care of her once as her nurse.  She was the most delightful person I've ever met and I was honored to be her friend. She never forgot my wedding anniversary. Love and Prayers, Londra Fleming, RN

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