In memory of
Janet Lee Kouris
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In memory of
Janet Lee Kouris
Janet Lee Kouris, age 81 passed away at home Wednesday May 29, 2019 after a courageous fight against cancer. She was born September 17, 1937 in Charleston West Virginia to John and Opal Cartmill. Janet was preceded in death by her parents John and Opal and her two brothers James and John Cartmill. Janet was a loving, kind person. She loved to play piano and organ. She possessed the unique ability to hear a song then play it. Once her fingers were in motion on the keys the room filled with sounds of joy. Listening to her play would lift and soothe people's hearts. She strived to constantly stimulate her mind; a crossword puzzle didn't stand a chance against her. She also enjoyed playing cards and golf with her friends of which she had many. A fully devoted wife and mother Janet always looked out for her families needs first with rare concern for her own. She was truly a self-less woman. Married to a military man she often bore the load of two growing young boys alone along with the worry a service members wife constantly has concerning their spouse. She never wavered in her dedication. She is survived by her loving husband and best friend of 62 years Vladimir (Mike) Kouris, her two sons, Michael and wife Lana, Gregory and wife Ginger and her sister JoAnn Redman She will be greatly missed.
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In memory of
Janet Lee Kouris
Janet Lee Kouris, age 81 passed away at home Wednesday May 29, 2019 after a courageous fight against cancer. She was born September 17, 1937 in Charleston West Virginia to John and Opal Cartmill. Janet was preceded in death by her parents John and Opal and her two brothers James and John Cartmill. Janet was a loving, kind person. She loved to play piano and organ. She possessed the unique ability to hear a song then play it. Once her fingers were in motion on the keys the room filled with sounds of joy. Listening to her play would lift and soothe people's hearts. She strived to constantly stimulate her mind; a crossword puzzle didn't stand a chance against her. She also enjoyed playing cards and golf with her friends of which she had many. A fully devoted wife and mother Janet always looked out for her families needs first with rare concern for her own. She was truly a self-less woman. Married to a military man she often bore the load of two growing young boys alone along with the worry a service members wife constantly has concerning their spouse. She never wavered in her dedication. She is survived by her loving husband and best friend of 62 years Vladimir (Mike) Kouris, her two sons, Michael and wife Lana, Gregory and wife Ginger and her sister JoAnn Redman She will be greatly missed.
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