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Janet Kay Milini DeVault

13 julio , 195718 diciembre , 2019
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Janet Kay Milini DeVault, age 62 of Jackson Township, passed away Wednesday morning, December 18th 2019.

She was born July 13, 1957 in Canton, Ohio. Janet has many friends that she has gained throughout the years while working various jobs including TGIFridays and AirTran/Southwest Airlines where she retired. Janet enjoyed traveling, taking boat rides on Lake Cable, having parties at her house, and making memories with her family and friends that will never be forgotten. To know her was to love her.

Janet was preceded in death by her father, Anthony “Tony” Milini; sister, Lisa Milini; brother, Dino Milini; niece, Tina Milini; and other loving family members. She is survived by husband, Arthur “Ray” DeVault; son, John “Joey” (Stephanie) Milini; stepson, Lee DeVault and stepdaughter, Rae Ann Franks; mother, Zelda Milini; sisters, Cathy Milini, Leeann Milini McLaughlin, and Anzel Milini; brothers, Tony (Carolyn) Milini, and Terry (Jeanne) Milini; and sister-in-law, Mae Wayley. The Family wishes to express a special thanks to her friends, Yvonne Brinkman, Mike Lofland, Gary McCoury, and many others.

Calling hours will be on Sunday, December 22nd from 4:00pm-8:00pm. The services will be held at 11:00 am on Monday, December 23rd at the Karlo-Libby Funeral Home. Burial will follow at Sunset Hills Memory Gardens.

Servicios

  • Visitation domingo, 22 diciembre , 2019
  • Funeral Service lunes, 23 diciembre , 2019

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Anzel Milini

4 febrero , 2020

I miss you so much I will always miss you ..I will always remember all the times we had as adults and when I was little you will be sadly missed 💔 😢 I love you so much RIP SISTA 😘

Gail LeMasters-Maimone

25 diciembre , 2019

My mother, Marilyn LeMasters and mine sympathy to the families. We remember Janet as an energetic and outstanding women in all she did. She was very personable and always smiling. I’m sure she will be missed by many. Heaven gained a great lady!

Brian Nevling

21 diciembre , 2019

My deepest condolences. I enjoyed working with Janet very much and am happy to have known her. I’m also very grateful I was able to spend time with Janet around thanksgiving.
She was a wonderful person and she will be missed tremendously!

Madison Capestrain

20 diciembre , 2019

Janet,
I’m is lucky to have met you and formed a friendship through the years. One thing I will always remember about you is how you spread love, happiness, laughter, and positivity anywhere you went!Gambling trips for Joey’s and Lance’s birthdays will never be the same without you, but our next big win will be for you!

Praying for you Ray, Joey, Steph, Anzel, LeeAnn, Zelda, and all of the Milinis/Devaults. May you find comfort and peace during this time.

Randall Mizell

19 diciembre , 2019

I was so lucky to meet Janet, when her and Ray came to visit Terry and Jeanne in Texas. Then I traveled to Canton Ohio and got to travel around Lake Cable with them. I will never forget there friendship they gave me. I was very saddened to hear of this news.
My thoughts and prayers are with your families.

Ava Vega Marks

19 diciembre , 2019

Long time friend, neighbor, relative... ❤️Still have 8mm’s of Janet shooting hoops in our backyard trying to beat my brother Frankie! The good old days were truly good; and irreplaceable. The entire Milini family was family. God bless you all; Ray, Joey, Terry, Tony, Cathy, Lee Ann, Anzel, momma Zelda and my sister Jeanne, and those I failed to mention, in this sad moment in time. Cherish the good memories. God bless!

Annette Higgins

19 diciembre , 2019

God bless you and your family. God has a special place for you in heaven and I know you will be looking down on your family protecting them. You were always so good to me and I always appreciated the love and comfort that you’ve given me as I was growing up. I will always hold your memories close to my heart. I love you and you will be missed. Much you love,
Annette Higgins

Tracy Swiney

19 diciembre , 2019

RIP Janet. You will be missed by all who knew you. Your smile and laughter will never be forgotten. I enjoyed all the years we worked together and will always treasure our friendship.

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Janet Kay Milini DeVault, age 62 of Jackson Township, passed away Wednesday morning, December 18th 2019.

She was born July 13, 1957 in Canton, Ohio. Janet has many friends that she has gained throughout the years while working various jobs including TGIFridays and AirTran/Southwest Airlines where she retired. Janet enjoyed traveling, taking boat rides on Lake Cable, having parties at her house, and making memories with her family and friends that will never be forgotten. To know her was to love her.

Janet was preceded in death by her father, Anthony “Tony” Milini; sister, Lisa Milini; brother, Dino Milini; niece, Tina Milini; and other loving family members. She is survived by husband, Arthur “Ray” DeVault; son, John “Joey” (Stephanie) Milini; stepson, Lee DeVault and stepdaughter, Rae Ann Franks; mother, Zelda Milini; sisters, Cathy Milini, Leeann Milini McLaughlin, and Anzel Milini; brothers, Tony (Carolyn) Milini, and Terry (Jeanne) Milini; and sister-in-law, Mae Wayley. The Family wishes to express a special thanks to her friends, Yvonne Brinkman, Mike Lofland, Gary McCoury, and many others.

Calling hours will be on Sunday, December 22nd from 4:00pm-8:00pm. The services will be held at 11:00 am on Monday, December 23rd at the Karlo-Libby Funeral Home. Burial will follow at Sunset Hills Memory Gardens.