Janice Faye Lewis, 72 entered into eternal rest on Tuesday, February 1, 2022, at Baptist Health Deaconess. Born November 7, 1949, to the late Allen and Eva (Brothers) Crunk of White Plains. She celebrated a heavenly reunion with her husband, Orville Lewis; parents; 2 sisters, Lillie Lear and Faye Crunk; grandson, Joshua Neal Cobb; and other loved ones gone before. She spent her days teaching, loving and serving the Lord. For over 20 years she served as a Hopkins County School teacher before retirement, then returned to the classroom as a volunteer for her daughter's classes. The way she lived her life is her legacy, one of compassion, servanthood and love to all who knew her.
To carry on her legacy she survived by her daughter, Melissa (Jeff) Cobb; brothers, Stanley Crunk and Edward Crunk; grandchildren, David (Sabrina) Cobb and Laura Elizabeth Cobb; 3 great-grandchildren, Thaxton, Madelyn and soon-to-be baby Cobb; her chosen children, Daniel and Amanda Cobb; and her sit by the fire friend, Martha Stevenson; and many more that she loved.
Service will be held Monday at 11:00am at Little Mission Church in White Plains with Frank Stevenson officiating. Burial to follow at New Salem Cemetery in Nortonville. Visitation will be held Sunday from 5:00pm - 7:00pm and after 9:00am Monday at the church. Pallbearers will be David Lee Cobb, Tyler Garrett, Michael Crunk, James Crunk, Marty Crick and Ron Boyer.
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