Janice L. Wiles, 78, passed away June 14, 2014. Survived by husband, Paul; son, Gregory Wiles; daughter, Lisa Hazel; sisters, Robbie Cotton and Jean Simmons; granddaughter, April Nguyen; and great-granddaughter, Victoria Nguyen. Janice was born in Edinberg, Ark. to Anderson and Betty Cox. She was a claims adjuster and a member of Sonrise Methodist Church. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. Memorial service, 3 p.m. Friday, June 20, 2014, at Sonrise Methodist Church, 421 E. Spaulding, in Pueblo West. In lieu of food and flowers, memorials may be made direct to Sonrise Methodist Church, 421 E. Spaulding, Pueblo West, CO 81007. Online condolences, www.montgomerysteward.com

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  1. Here is a great picture of Mom, Dad, April & Victoria (taken several years ago in Old Colorado City). Mom left us too soon but she had a really full life! She was a terrific mother and a lot of fun too. I am thankful for so many wonderful memories and blessed to have had her in my life as long as I did. I love my mom & miss her dearly.

  2. Janice was the youngest of six daughters and the only one younger than I. She was a caring, fun sister who loved her family and was so proud of her granddaughter and great-granddaughter. Most of all she was a Christian and valued her weekly worship services with her church family.

  3. Janice was my dearest childhood friend, and although she was only 5 years older than me, she was my Aunt. When we would travel to Arkansas during the summers from California, she was the one who baby sat, played with, and entertained my brother, Joe and I. We would help her with her chores because she still had to do those as well as keep an eye on us. When, barefoot, we would feed the chickens and laugh because I was afraid the chickens would peck my toes. I remember one time, Grandpa had brought in the crop of watermelons, and we wanted some. They were in the back of the barn and we threw some against the back wall and ate from as many as we could. What a mess! and did we ever get in trouble! Another time we went fishing to the pond and brought home some fish for dinner. We forgot to clean and scale them and surprised everyone by frying them for dinner! Ugh! We had such fun, and I will always remember her smile, her laughter, and general happiness she created around her. I will miss her always.

  4. My love and sympathy.Jan was our little sister.We laughed and enjoyed our weekly phone calls.I miss her already,though I know she is out of her pain.

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