- May 24, 1967 - December 30, 2012
- Austin, Texas
of Janet's Passing
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I still can't understand JD I can't get passed the fact I missed a call from you the night you left us what did you have to tell me I'm so sorry I didn't pick up its kills me I try not to think about it but I can't I love you like you was my real mom we miss you JD come home
Posted by: Tyler Ellis - Austin, TX Dec 27, 2015
We had over a ton of Trips with just Laughter and persuasive messages being interpreted by My #1 Supply<3.><3>
Posted by: Dantinique McElVeen - Austin, TX - Nephew Dec 10, 2014
I remember sitting next to her at LBJ supporting the boys and yelling at the referees everytime they did something wrong . Its still hard to believe shes gone . R.I.P JD
Posted by: Azuree Williams-Scott - Austin, TX - Family Friend Oct 04, 2013
You were a gentle giant that always made us laugh. You made Tarleton a good place to be.
Posted by: Eric King - Dayton, TX - friend Jan 10, 2013
"Now you have your Wings"
The years since High School went by so fast. I had forgotten your beautiful smile and great sense of humor, and your love for basketball. We all feel that you were taken too soon, well that decision lies in the hands of our Almighty God. You were loved dearly, but he loved you even more." And now my dear, you "Have your Wings" To the family, our thoughts and prayers are with you. Janet was a beautiful person and she will be missed.
Posted by: Brian K. Davis and Lynn Levels-Davis - Round Rock, TX Jan 08, 2013
I was very blessed to have had the pleasure of working with Janet Darby back in 2000 to 2003. I count Janet a Dear Friend and my live was blessed to have known her. Janet was always upbeat and positive. Janet loved her family (son, mother and grandmother). I lived to hear the lastest stories about her wonderful family. Janet was a hard worker and made a difference in the lives of the people she came in contact with. I
Posted by: A friend Jan 08, 2013
I thank God that I had the opportunity to know you. You and Sophia were a couple of the tallest girls in jr. high which really made people take notice. Although I didn't see you much over the years of our adult lives, I was confident that God would have favor on your life and that you would do great things. You will certainly be missed, but not forgotten.
My prayers are with the family that God will grant them comfort and assurance.
Posted by: Dawna Knotts - Austin, TX - School Friend Jan 07, 2013
Janet, was a great friend to me, I've known her since our children were 5 yrs old in Summer Camp at Rosewood,they are still friends at LBJ highschool. She was a wonderful mother to Jahlil,and wanted only the best for him in Academics and athletics..she may be gone, but never forgotten, rest in Peace Janet.Farewell,I will see you on the other side..P.s I will look after Jahlil for you too..love always
Posted by: Michelle Smith - Austin, TX Jan 07, 2013
We will miss you dearly my sister. We have so many many good memories which will get us all through the painful days which lies ahead. You were rock solid and we all learned so much from you. Your life was a blessing to us all. Rest peacefully. You've done a job well done.
Posted by: Tiffany Nuckols - Del Valle, TX Jan 07, 2013
I knew Janet from Pearce Jr. High School where she always added her lively and colorful personality to each day. She will be missed tremendously.
My prayers are with Jahlil and the entire family. May God give you all comfort as you draw nearer to Him in the days ahead.
Posted by: Dawna McLennan-Knotts - Austin, TX Jan 07, 2013