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JANICE WHITLOCK Janice Jocelyn Whitlock was born on January 28, 1932 in Houston, Texas to the parents of Benjamin and Beatrice Wilson. Janice was raised in Houston were she received her education. She accepted Christ at an early age. While in Houston Janice met and married Alvin Blakenship (preceded her in death). Unto this union 2 children were born Janice Allen and Alvia Blankenship. Janice later moved to Berkeley, California where she met James Whitlock and they married in 1958. Janice was a kind & loving woman and she loved her family dearly. She found joy in reading and gardening. She worked at the Internal Revenue Services for over 20 years before retiring. After retiring she worked at H&R Block. Precious memories shall be forever cherished by her daughters Janice and Alvia. Her grandchildren Malakia, Stancy (preceded her in death), Sharessse, Ivan and Daron. Great-Grandchildren Maurice, Jevon, Jewaya, De'Maria, Brian, Quazauy, Rojane, Jeziaha, Keomi, Nevaeh, Sharnell, Izauya', Daron Jr., Tre'Shawn, Janiala, & Jalayia. A host of Great-Grandchildren. Nieces, Nephews & friends. Private services will be held. Sign an online guest book at www.bouldercityfamilymortuary.com

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Published in Boulder City Review on Apr. 30, 2020.
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September 20, 2020
First I would like to send my condolences to the family.Janice was a beautiful lady both inwardly and outwardly.She had such a sweet beautiful spirit.I went to H.S. with both Janice and Alvia they too had their mothers spirit.
I lost contact when my family moved away,I would like to get back in contact with them.
Kathy Lee
September 20, 2020
First of all I want to give my condolences to her family Janice was a beautiful loving lady both outwardly and inwardly. She was always sweet when I would see her I remember how nice her yard was pretty and we'll kept.
I went to high school with both Janice and Aliva. They as well took after their mother. I did lose touch with both Janice and Alvia when I moved away. If you see this I'd like to see how you all are doing.
God bless you,my deepest condolences.
Kathy Lee
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