Janice D Kenney  April 17 1940  May 15 2020

Janice D Kenney April 17 1940 May 15 2020

April 17 1940 May 15 2020
1940-2020 Janice D. Kenney was born in Salt Lake City to Alvin and Irene Butcher on April 17, 1940. She was preceded in death by her loving husband, Elden M. Kenney. Janice loved to tell about all her experiences and always had everyone laughing. She loved animals-dogs, cats, horses, and a parakeet she raised and taught to talk. She will surely be missed. We would like to thank the staff at Bountiful Legacy House Assisted Living and Inspiration Hospice for the wonderful care she received when vascular dementia made it impossible for her to care for herself. Finally at peace, she can join her husband and loved ones. There will be no funeral at her request.

Our most sincere sympathies to the family and friends of Janice D Kenney April 17 1940 May 15 2020.

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Death notice for the town of: Orem, state: Utah

death notice Janice D Kenney April 17 1940 May 15 2020

obituary notice Janice D Kenney April 17 1940 May 15 2020

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  1. I had the opportunity to work with Janice at Legacy. I absolutely loved her from day one. She loved showing me all her pictures, and telling me about all her horses. Her memory, unfortunately, at the time I met her, was not all there, however she knew i was a familiar to her and the one thing she remembered from day to day was that i had puppies! My dog had babies and because id known she loved animals i took tons of pictures and videos all the time so i could show her. And about like clock work everyday she’d see me she wanted to see the puppies and tell everyone with so much excitement that i had the cutest puppies. One day when the babies were big enough, i brought one in to meet her. And i truly don’t think i’ve ever seen someone so excited over a dog. It was such a sweet experience and one i will never forget. I miss her sweet spirit all the time and think of her often and how easily she could make me laugh. I am so grateful for the chance i had to know her!

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