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Janet Reynolds

January 24, 1947 ~ November 13, 2023


Resided in: Lone Star, Texas

Janet Owen Reynolds was born January 24, 1947 to Jack and Evelyn Owen in New York. She passed peacefully from this life on November 13, 2023 at her home in Lone Star, surrounded by family. Janet loved her family and lived for her grandchildren. She enjoyed fishing and family get togethers.

She was preceded in death by her parents; siblings, Ronnie Owen, Cheryl Baker, Jack Owen, Jr.; and daughter-in-law, Rebecca Reynolds.

Janet is survived by her children, Tammi Moore, Dianna Briggs, Lewis Reynolds, Jr. and wife Pam, Scott Reynolds; seven grandchildren; five great grandchildren; siblings, Cora On and husband Tom, Brenda McGowan and husband David, William Owen and wife Donna; sister-in-law, Patty Owen; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.

The family will have a celebration of Janet’s life at a later date.

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    • JANET made the best potato and macaroni salads known to man! Her laughter made everyone else laugh along. She was a woman of faith and we all will miss her.

  1. Such wonderful memories of camping cookouts and get togethers with Janet. The best homemade pizza ever and cinnamon buns, she could cook for sure. RIP ❀️

  2. Candle 8A wonderful person. One of my first Bestfriends. Lots of great memories of time spent with her and Lewy. Praying for her kids. Love you all!! Hugs

  3. Candle 8I have so many memories of Aunt Janet from visiting Granddad and Grammy. It seems like we all were there everyday when I was little and it was always a fun day. Aunt Janet gave me a haircut and curled my and Emily’s hair for our new life in Texas.
    One thing that always made an impression on me was how much she and uncle Lewy loved each other.
    I miss those days when our giant family got together.

  4. Candle 5Sending prayers to all Janet’s family and friends. Some of my earliest memories were from spending time with you all!

  5. My aunt Janet… I love her. She loved life. Family. Friends. She made the best biscuits and was EVERYONE’S friend. how did she do this you ask? Love. Acceptance. She exuded love. She held my hand when i cried. She loved people and life the way i

    I want to love. Her patience was great and her humor was astounding. She is and was beautiful woman. Her soul is pure. Her heart… is the SAME mine. She is a woman who is your friend no matter what stage in life you’re in. Or at. I have missed her so much.


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