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Janice Kay Beier

January 11, 1948 — February 6, 2024

Bartlett, TN

Janice Kay Beier, affectionately known as "G," passed away on February 6, 2024, surrounded by her loving family in Bartlett, TN. Janice was born on January 11, 1948, in Oklahoma City, OK to David Rolland Singleton and Josephine Louise Harris.

Janice led a colorful and fulfilling life, leaving behind cherished memories for her family and friends. Throughout her career, she worked as a pit counter at Horseshoe Casino for 11 years before embracing the role of a dedicated stay-at-home mom. Her proudest accomplishments were undoubtedly her children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren, and her loving husband. Family was at the center of Janice's world, and she poured her heart into ensuring their well-being and happiness.

Janice had a vibrant personality that was impossible to ignore. She possessed an inherent charm that drew people towards her. Always bubbling with energy and enthusiasm, Janice never met a stranger; she genuinely loved everyone she encountered. Her outgoing nature made it easy for her to connect with others on a deep level. Janice lived life on her own terms, fearlessly following her passions without hesitation.

One of Janice's favorite pastimes was watching horror movies. She would gather with loved ones to experience the thrill of suspense together. The joy of grandchild sleepovers brought immense happiness to Janice's life as they created lasting memories filled with laughter and love.

Craft projects were another avenue where Janice's creativity shined through. She possessed an artistic flair that allowed her to bring beauty into every creation. Crocheting and knitting became therapeutic outlets for her, allowing her imagination to soar as she transformed yarn into intricate designs.

Many knew Janice for her incredible skill in "grandma karate." When providing guidance or discipline, she had a way of conveying love and teaching valuable life lessons with both firmness and tenderness.

Janice loved spending quality time with her grandkids, showering them with affection and making each moment together meaningful. She knew how to make every adventure exciting, every game entertaining, and every family gathering unforgettable. Her presence brought warmth and love to their lives.

As a lady of leisure, Janice enjoyed indulging in snacks and sweets, bringing delight to her taste buds. The simple pleasures in life brought her great joy, and she embraced them wholeheartedly.

Throughout her life, Janice harbored a deep passion for various interests. She found solace in the works of Elvis Presley, whose music touched her soul. Crime dramas intrigued her, with Criminal Minds becoming one of her favorite shows to watch. Reading was also among her cherished activities, transporting her to different worlds through the pages of books. Janice also found tranquility in fishing, appreciating the serenity it offered while connecting with nature.

Janice leaves behind a legacy of love as she is survived by her son Lee Beier (Laura) and daughter Sheila Hanson. Her grandchildren Bryson Beier, Hannah Sparr (Wesley), Hailey Hanson, Jeremy Beier (Katie), Steven Tacker, and Catalina Teed were always the light of her life. Additionally, she is survived by great-grandsons Silas Sparr and Hayden Tacker. Janice shared an unbreakable bond with her siblings Carol Ray, Don Singleton, and Jimmy Singleton, her best friend Betty Joe Moore.  Her father David Rolland Singleton and mother Josephine Louise Harris held special places in her heart.

In addition to immediate family members, Janice is remembered fondly by many nieces, nephews, and cousins who were touched by her kind spirit and infectious laughter.

Janice Kay Beier's departure from this world leaves a profound void in the hearts of all who knew and loved her. She will forever be remembered for the joy she brought into their lives and the everlasting memories they shared together.

May she rest in eternal peace, forever held close in the hearts of those who were fortunate enough to have known her.

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Friday, February 23, 2024

1:00 - 2:00 pm (Central time)

Twin Oaks Memorial Gardens & Funeral Home

290 Goodman Rd E, Southaven, MS 38671

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Memorial Service

Friday, February 23, 2024

2:00 - 3:00 pm (Central time)

Twin Oaks Memorial Gardens & Funeral Home

290 Goodman Rd E, Southaven, MS 38671

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