Janie Desiree' Jewell

Died: Fri., Dec. 5, 2014


11:00 AM to 12:00 PM, Mon., Dec. 22, 2014
Location: Pentacostal Holiness Church of Deliverance

Funeral Service

12:00 PM Mon., Dec. 22, 2014
Location: Pentacostal Holiness Church of Deliverance

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Janie Desiree’ Jewell, age 30, of Hartford passed away unexpectedly on December 5, 2014.

Janie was born on January 17, 1984 in Hartford to James Peay and Eva Jewell. She attended Hartford Public Schools and later went on to become a dedicated L.P.N. She was employed by Oak Hill and was in the process of fulfilling the requirements to become a registered nurse.

She leaves to mourn her passing her mother and father Eva Jewell and James Peay; her three children, Peyton Morle, Autumn Monts and Shakur Dudley; seven sisters, Twanda Jewell, Ushawnda Mitchell, Yolanda Jewell, Latisha Jewell, Tasha Jewell, Myra Jewell and Miranda Watson, two brothers, James Jewell, Jermaine Jewell and four men she equally loved and called her brothers; Kemo Teal, Parris Parker, Phil Lockhart and Jacob Belton; her paternal grandmother Naomi Peay; six aunts, Patricia Grant, Pamela Peay Jackson, Deborah Relph, Gwendolyn Jewell, Juanita Alexander and Sara Stokes; three uncles Paul Jewell, Jerry Jewell, Gilbert Peay and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and extended family members too generous to name.  She is predeceased by her maternal grandmother Pauline Jewell, maternal grandfather George Jewell Sr. paternal grandfather Charles Peay, paternal aunt Barbara Johnson, maternal aunt Barbarann Hicks and maternal uncle George Jewell Jr. 


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Mrs Little
   Posted Sun December 21, 2014
To the family, I offer my sincere sympathy. To lose someone with so much left to share with the world is terribly difficult. May you find comfort in your fond memories and from God’s promise of a resurrection. Jesus himself said“... I am the resurrection and the life”. (John 11:25, 26). These words give us hope for the future, knowing that through Jesus Christ we can have the sure hope of seeing our loved one again – happy and healthy. I again offer my sincere condolences

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