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Janet Kay Davenport

October 29, 1959November 8, 2020

Janet Kay Davenport was born on October 29, 1959 and passed away on November 8, 2020 and is under the care of Zeller Chapel Of The Roses FH.

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Sara Davenport

November 16, 2020

my mom was a smart strong independent woman... She leaves me and our dog in deep sadness with only the knowledge that she's no longer suffering from a cancer that came on suddenly and struck hard, she will be missed more than could ever be imagined and that is felt by everybody around us. She was great with artworks with glitter and glue she made beautiful pictures. she was very friendly and I never met anyone who didn't fall in love with her. she was happy and go lucky in the hospital during the end and never said a bad word to anybody, though she was in obvious pain at times she was able to laugh at things that were frustrating her. Her brother got to see her the day that she died and me and our dog were beside her when she died. Though she struggled for the last 7 hours trying to breathe she was in a coma and I pray that she knew I was by her side and our dog was at her feet... I I pray she knew that she was not alone, at least I hope that was how she felt. as I said was a very smart woman who had a high school diploma and then graduated from itt electronics instatute.. though she didn't get out and about much she did travel online... She took a real interest in earthquakes and every day recorded all the earthakes on Earth. She did love music and her favorite bands were three dog night and a group called hair storm, one of the band members was a old friend and she was able to see them afew months before she was struck I'll from her cancer... She loved being in the forest and she had no use for the city... I only wish I could have gotten her to eagle Creek one last time before she passed... I hope that she knew how special she was to so many people...I hope she is now happy and hanging out in a place full of music. In the last few days she saw her parents a bear and a lady in a beautiful dress who was telling my mom she loved her artwork... I like to think that was mom's Angel and spirit animal... She wasn't scared of the bear.... I love you mom

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