Janice Edith Jeffrey
April 17, 1939 – July 23, 2020
Janice Edith Jeffrey, 81, passed away July 23, 2020. She was a retired cosmetologist who loved socializing with her friends, together they enjoyed luncheons and afternoon teas. She had an affinity for rescue dogs and flower gardening, to which she devoted much time. Mrs. Jeffrey attended St. Patrick’s Presbyterian Church. She was preceded in death by her husband, Gerald Jeffrey; her parents, Clarence and Edith Grove; and by a sister, Bonnie McNeill. She is survived by her daughter, Julie Jeffrey and son-in-law, Daniel Shramek; brother, David Grove and her beloved dog “Penny”. Gifts in memory of Mrs. Jeffrey may be offered to Memphis Union Mission, All 4’s Rescue League, Salvation Army-Memphis or the Mid-South Food Bank.
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Janice Edith Jeffrey
July 29, 2020
I met Jan about 8 years ago, when we were both mourning our husbands and I was mourning my children as well. We started talking and we just clicked. Jan was so easy to talk to and we’ve been friends ever since. Jan was so lovely and how she loved her family especially her precious daughter, Julie and her son-in-law Dan. She loved her friends and we all loved her. Jan was a fighter and even though she was battling a horrendous disease she always looked so beautiful and had a smile on her face. Jan our hearts are broken but will never forget you. Julie you were the love of her life and you were a wonderful daughter. My sister Nancy and I are here for you anytime. Rest In Peace our sweet Jan.
Tina Guantonio and Nancy Cornecki
July 28, 2020
My first memory of Jan and Jeff is of showing them homes to purchase when they moved here from Michigan in 1994. We hit it off and have been friends ever since. I've so enjoyed knowing both of them, and especially all of our lunches and parties together. Jan did a beautiful job of updating and adding to their beautiful home, and the yard is truly breathtaking.... I know Julie had a lot to do with that also. Jan was one of the most elegant ladies I've ever known, so kind and generous... she will be missed so very much.