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Announcing the passing ofJanice Eveline JARVIS

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JARVIS JANICE EVELINE Passed away peacefully on 28th May in Saltburn-by-the-Sea. Much loved sister of Richard, Ann and Alison, and a loving aunt to all her nieces and nephews. She will be missed by her very many friends both near and far. A private funeral service to take place at Kirkleatham Crematorium. Family flowers only but should you wish to make a donation in memory of Janice, please do so to lymphoma.action.org.uk.
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Published in: Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough).
Published from: June 04, 2020.
Home town: Middlesbrough
So sorry - Janice was such a wonderful, warm, caring lady. I will always treasure those memories. Thinking of family and friends many condolences.
Left by Robert Nichols : 13/06/2020
So sorry to hear about the passing of an exceptional teacher who I have know for 18 years I remember being in class 2 singing a song about a cuckoo lots of happy memories from Kirkleatham Hall School you may be gone but you certainly will never be forgotten x ❤️ x love Brad Parfitt x
Left by Rachael Mcloughlin: 10/06/2020
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Left by Rachael Mcloughlin :
10/06/2020
My thoughts , sympathy and condolences are with Janice's family. I've known Janice for 18 years. It's hard to get my head around this time with the loss of Janice and the pandemic that is going on. I have a lot of memories of Janice. There was the time she visited me when I wasn't well. You don't always get to have a teacher that was always there to motivate others. She made me feel stronger. Sometimes I might not have always showed it, but I loved Janice as a teacher, I admired the audacity she was willing to take risks at times. I might of been a trouble maker at times in school, but I've grown to be a strong individual and I've matured loads from being a four year old boy to a twenty-two year man. I am stuck to watch what I have been good at and that's making people laugh and I know Janice was very good at that. I've loved every minute I've spent with you Janice. You were one of a kind. Hopefully the day when I become famous I will be sharing the memories. I may tweak them a bit to make them funny like the hospital and I've been doing comedy, acting and impressions for nearly 5 years in pubs now Janice, but I won't forget you. Will always be a apart of me. This ain't me saying goodbye, this is more me saying I'll see you down the road. R.I.P Janice Jarvis From James Waugh (War)
Left by James Waugh (War): 08/06/2020
Found memories of you always. Ever so grateful for the times you come to see James in hospital all them years ago you sat with him & let me have a break, you weren't only a teacher you went above & beyond and we will hold you in our hearts for ever the Waugh family x
Left by Colette Waugh: 08/06/2020
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