Janet Ruth Lopez age 76 of East Canton passed away peacefully on November 2, 2018 surrounded by her family. She was born in Huntington, West Virginia on March 15, 1942. She loved spending time with her family, her flower gardens and fish pond, making crafts with her two sisters (the 3 blind mice), going on cruises, bowling and especially the family vacations.
Janet was preceded in death by her father Curtis “Buck” Payton; mother and stepfather, Georgia and Walter Patterson Sr.; sister, Georgia Marion Patterson; grandsons, Raymond Lopez and Reccardo Semedo; granddaughter, Christina Semedo and grandmother, Julia Clevinger.
Janet is survived by her husband, Delbert Lopez Sr., sons, Delbert Lopez Jr. and Daniel (Fely) Lopez Sr., daughters, Janette (Raymond) Barwick, Tina (Anthony) Wolfe and Victoria (Kevin) Freday; brother, Walter Patterson Jr.; sisters, Linda Arnold and Donna Daugherty; eight grandchildren and thirteen great grandchildren.
Janet’s family will receive friends Thursday, November 8, 2018 from 4-5:30 p.m. at the Paquelet-Falk Funeral Home in Louisville. A service Celebrating Janet’s life will follow at 6:00 p.m. with Pastor Jeffrey Witherspoon officiating. The family would like to thank Altercare of Louisville for the excellent care given to Janet. A very special thank you to Lori and Becky of Absolute Hospice for their loving care and support. Condolences can be shared with the family online at www.paqueletfalk.com.
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Your mom was a very special lady always with a smile on her face and a laughter in her heart she will be missed but will always be looking down on everyone. Me and mark want to send are thought’s and prayers.
Gerald and Wimalai “Na” Brady
Our prayers and thoughts are with the Lopez family at this time of the loss of a mother, friend and loved one. May God”s peace be with you.
Our prayers and thoughts are with the Lopez at this time of the loss of a mother, friend, and loved one. May God”s peace be with you.
It breaks my heart to say good-bye to my sister and the holidays have made it even more difficult. We should have been gathering for holiday food and lots and lots of laughter. We were good at both. My heart goes out to her children and their families.
She was a great gal
At our last moments together, we promised to meet in heaven where all will be sunshine and roses- no pains. I’m looking forward to it.
Love you and miss you a lot Sis