Shannon Rufe Snow Drive Funeral Chapel

6001 Rufe Snow Drive, Fort Worth, TX


Janie Lopez

15 julio , 195712 enero , 2020
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Mary Jane "Janie" Lopez, age 62, was born July 15, 1957 in New Braunfels, Texas and passed away peacefully January 12, 2020 in her home.

She is survived by her father, Pete Lopez; son, Jay W. Brewer; daughter Heather N. Lopez; grandson, Connor Riley Brewer; brother, Richard Lopez; sister, Cathy Swartz; niece, Kayla McKenzie; nephews, Curtis Swartz, Cade Swartz; many aunts, uncles, close family and friends: Jessica Baker, Kevin Riebold, Amberly McDevitt, Sherri Young, Bobby Brewer, as well as her McKesson work family of 23 years. She is preceded in death by her mother, Petra Lopez.

A Memorial Service will be held Sunday, January 19 at 2:00 pm with a light reception to follow at Shannon Rufe Snow Funeral Chapel, 6001 Rufe Snow Drive, Fort Worth, TX 76148.


  • A Celebration of Life domingo, 19 enero , 2020
  • Reception domingo, 19 enero , 2020


Janie Lopez


Deb Carlson

18 enero , 2020

Janie....you will be missed so much. Your laughter, great outlook on life and love for those around you will be memories many of us will hold dear to our hearts. Working with you for nineteen years was truly a blessing. Your kindness and caring throughout my husband's health issues this past year were so comforting and so appreciated by me. It is hard to believe we won't be hearing your laughter at work anymore.
Deb Carlson

Karla nelson

17 enero , 2020

Janie you will truly be missed! Your infectious laugh and wonderful smile. I worked with Janie for 19 years and she was always there to help you in everyway.
So loving and caring. Thank you for being You.

Lori Cornett-Carter

16 enero , 2020

Janie was such a darling person. She was always kind, thoughtful and quick to share a smile. RIP JLO.

Tamara Westbrook

16 enero , 2020

My heart just sank. And, tears are flowing.
Janie was the absolute BEST employee I have ever had the honor of working with. Her ethic and passion were beyond measure.
Better yet, her sweet, caring personality was a joy to be around each and every day.
When I left McKesson, I still called on Janie to help me with conjoined customers we serviced. She just always took an issue and found a positive resolution that worked well for all.
She will always remain a friend first, and a legacy of what a great employee is in my heart, always.
Love you, Janie. Fly high and enjoy your mansion in the sky. Godspeed, sweet Soul. With great love and respect, Tamara Westbrook.

Denise Jones

16 enero , 2020

Janie was one of my favorite people at McKesson for my 14 years here. I worked as her Team Lead during both of her tenures as the VA Supervisor. She was my work homie. I always respected her, and she did the same. The one thing I liked the most about Janie was she didn’t pull any punches. She was never one to sugar coat things and being the same type of person, we got along PERFECTLY. Her favorite line was “they got we F—k up”. I will miss our conversation about my NY Giants and her Dallas Cowgirls. Every year is their year. Not this year either. My heart is heavy! You will be truly missed. Heaven is getting a new angel.

Randy Black

16 enero , 2020

I went to work at McKesson in late ‘98. She was a team lead when I started. She helped me learn the ropes and contributed heavily to the success I had early in my career there. After I moved on from “the phones”, she was always there with a smile and a kind word. She had a positive impact on my life and I will always be thankful to her for that. She will be missed.

Bo Hawkins

16 enero , 2020

Janie was one of a kind. Her smile could light up a room, and her laugh could brighten anyone's day. Janie had a unique wit about her that was so addicting. She was someone that I looked up to and loved with my whole heart. If I ever needed advice, you can be sure Janie would sit me down and let me have it. My favorite part of each day was coming to see how she was doing and chat about our lives. Nearly every morning she would stop near my desk and walk with me to get coffee, where we would laugh and prepare for the day ahead. Usually our conversations consisted of how much Connor loved his NaNa, or how Connor was doing in school or how well he did at his games. She was also very proud of JW and Heather and she let everyone know on a daily basis. Janie, you meant the world to me and I will cherish every memory we had together. Thank you for being an amazing boss, a supportive colleague and a best friend. Fly high with angels and I will see you when I get there. I love you, always.

Angela Gutierrez

16 enero , 2020

Janie was so caring to all she came in contact with. She truly cared about you and would motivate you to reach for better in work and life. She shared the same birthdate as my husband, July 15 and a year did not go by that I made her a big batch of Chocolate Chip cookies. Our sons names were also close, hers was JW and mine was JR. I just always felt we were of the same family because she really wanted to know how my family was doing. She was one of a kind and our lives are enriched from having known her. My thoughts and prayers to JW, Heather and all her family.

Sandy Tooke

16 enero , 2020

You were something special to everyone you came in contact with. You guided us to be Better people, not only in our jobs and careers but outside of work as well. you cared about each of us as a team and individuals. You were superwoman. and nobody will ever replace you. Im sure you are watching over everyone, and I know that even though you are not here you still wont miss any of Conner's games. I love you Janie.

Wendy Brackett

16 enero , 2020

I worked with Janie for 17 years, and I am in disbelief that I will no longer see her walking the floor of the call center. She and I enjoyed a love for Texas Rangers Baseball and I will miss our discussions about how they need to do better and get rid of John Daniels. However I know she will be cheering from heaven and yelling for them to win each game. Cheer on my friend and know I will be thinking of you each time I go to a game or watch them on T.V. I want to let her family know how sad I am for their loss and send them prayers of healing and strength.