Janet Kay Cannon
Janet Kay Cannon (née Estes), age 62, of Poolville, Texas, passed into eternal life on December 16th, 2019. The celebration of her life and reunion with Christ will be held on Sunday, December 22, 2019 at 3:00 P.M. at Agnes Baptist Church, 350 Agnes North, Springtown, TX 76082.
She was born on June 11, 1957 in Wichita Falls, TX to H.D. Estes, Jr. And Martha Lee Estes (née Skelton), who precede her in death. She is survived by her siblings Karen Annette Petty, Howard Dale Estes and wife Cyndi Estes, and Cynthia Lee Mills.
Janet married J.V. Cannon on May 1, 1981, and they raised their children in Poolville Texas, where they were blessed to live for the rest of her life. She is survived by daughter Charlotte (Charlie) Fratus and husband Mike Fratus, daughter Tanya Bohannon and husband Gene Bohannon, son Cody Cannon and wife LaRae Cannon, and niece Elizabeth (Weezy) Wylie and husband Kelsey Wylie.
She adored their 10 grandchildren, and spent countless hours making up games to play with them, teaching them crafts, making keepsakes for them, and making sure they all know how much Jesus loves them. She never passed on an opportunity to spend time with her babies. She will be greatly missed by Hayden, Hallie, Colton, Mckenzie, Keegan, Lillianna, Aiden, Lady, Branham, and McKenna and her one great-grandchild, Karter.
Janet worked for many years as a legal secretary at Clary and Clements Law Office in Springtown. She was a long-time member of Fundamental Baptist Church of Springtown, where she taught a Sunday School Class and sang in the choir. She picked up kids all over Poolville and drove them to church, to be sure they could hear the Gospel. She was well known as someone a person could talk to about hard situations without judgement or gossip. She helped countless people through dark times with her shining smile, listening ear, a great hug, and a reminder that God always has a plan.
Published on December 19, 2019
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