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JANICE MARIE FARINELLI

Feb. 10, 1937 – Dec. 22, 2017

JANICE MARIE FARINELLI

JANICE MARIE FARINELLI


POSTED January 2, 2018 4:49 p.m.
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Janice Marie Brandell was born February 10, 1937, to LeRoy Daniel and Antonia Lydia Brandell in Claire City South Dakota. Janice is survived by husband Albert Farinelli, children Rebecca Lynn Anderson and James Dean Williams, Beloved Daughter Deborah Jackson passed in 2014. Survived also by grandchildren Charles Lunsford, Stephanie Lunsford, James Williams, Randall Williams, Garrett Williams, Jamie Williams and Amy Sinatra. Great grandchildren Lakota Lunsford, Jesse Lunsford and Ariah Lunsford and Daisy Sinatra. She is survived by siblings Karen Melville and Larry Brandell.
Janice was a founding member of Morning Star Lutheran Church in Lakeside, Ca. She was an award-winning Florist at Presideo Florist in San Diego, owner of Bees Gardens Wedding Floral with her sister Karen, and for the past 22 years, loving wife to Albert Farinelli of Oakdale, Ca. By family and friends she is known for her hard work and loving nature. You could not find a more loyal friend. To her children she was the most beautiful mother whose best advice was to always get along with your brother and sister. She accepted everyone and will be missed by all whose hearts she touched.
Services were held on January 2, 2018 at Deegan Funeral Chapel with interment at Burwood Cemetery.
The Escalon (Calif.) Times
Jan. 3, 2018

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