In Memory Of GODDARD, Janice

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Kane & Fetterly Funeral Home
5301 Decarie Blvd.
Montreal, Quebec
November 14, 2018
13:00
GODDARD Janice Elizabeth
June 16, 1959- November 3, 2018
After 2 years of continous medical complications, including the last 11 months of struggle in the hospital Janice Elizabeth Goddard passed away on Nov. 3, 2018.
First born of Dr. Oswald Goddard and Geraldine Goddard, Janice is survived by her mother Gerry Goddard, sisters Jennifer Goddard-Sheppard and Heather Goddard, daughter Reynell Garnett-White and husband Melvin White, daughter Tamla Murray and grandchildren Memphys and Romiyah.
Janice is muched loved and will be missed by friends and family that spans the globe.
Funeral service will be held at the Kane Fetterly Funeral Home Chapel, 5301 Decarie Blvd. (corner Isabella) on Wednesday, November 14 at 1:00 pm.
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Messages for the Family of GODDARD, Janice

From: Diane Vaughan, PUC

So sorry to hear of your sister’s passing. I’m sure you have many good memories of your time with her. May she Rest In Peace with our God.
From: Brenda Lee

Sending you all energy,love,and my deepest condolences. Janice was a longtime friend who lit up a room and had such an amazing laugh. I am blessed to have shared many laughs with her. Her spirit will live on as she is reunited with friends and family who passed to the other side before her. I picture her and her friend (my sister) Judy in a warm embrace as they are reunited. RIP.
From: Paula Kruk

I worked with Janice and will remember her beautiful smile, her caring, loving nature. My sincere condolences to her family. She will be missed.
From: Dana

Jennifer,

I was saddened to learn of your sister’s passing. My condolences to you and to your family. Janice and I atttended SJHS at the same time.

Dana LeBlanc
From: Wendy McCunn

I'm sending you my deepest sympathy in the loss of your Mom, daughter and sister. Ihad the pleasure of working with Janice from the beginning when she started at John Birks for years and then at Gary Taylor. Janice was always laughing and I remember her(positive thoughts) and her caring ways. I will not be able to make to the service but I will be thinking of all of you the family that she loved so much.
From: Victoria Bond

My deepest condolences. Janice was the type person you hope to meet at least once in your life. From the first moment I saw her, I knew she was a kind and pure soul. Janice has a magnetic energy that drew people to her. Her lighthearted smile and the natural ease she made people feel from being around her will be greatly missed. I hold onto the memory of Janice as something special and was fortunate to call her family.
From: Mme Nathalie Favière (Merton grade 3)

Dear Tamla and family,
Wishing you my sincerest condolences on the passing of you mother. I remember her fondly as she always had a smile and something nice to share. May your shared memories bring your much comfort.