Janet Eileen Greenfield

November 18, 2011
Janet Eileen Greenfield

Janet Eileen Greenfield, 63, of Wilmington, NC, died Friday, November 18, 2011 at New Hanover Regional Medical Center.

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  • November 26, 2011
    Vanessa Martindale says:
    Janet was a very competive bowler and will be missed by all. It's are to believe that she is gone. I guess Jesus needed another angel beside him for she was a great person.

  • November 24, 2011
    Linda J Grant says:
    She was a beautiful, caring and loving sister. She dedicated her life to her daughter and granddaughter. I will always cherish the memories of our childhood, and carry them with me always. I know she is with Jesus now. I will pray for and keep her daughter and granddaughter in my heart and prayers always. I only regret we were not able to see each other more often.

  • November 24, 2011
    Amy Eileen Greenfield says:
    Janet was my mother , I love her very much and its been hard losing such a beautiful,caring and inspirational woman whom loved her daughter & granddaughter with all her heart as we do her ... we miss you Mom and you will always be in our hearts ..may you be resting among the angels in peace <3 <3

  • November 27, 2011
    Sharon Shaffer says:
    Amy & Kayla, My heart goes out to both of you in the loss of your Mom & Grandmother. Janet was always very nice to me and she loved you two very much. May the Lord help you through this difficult time and remember the wonderful times you had with your Mom and Grandmother. In God's Love, SharonF

  • November 27, 2011
    Velda Gay says:
    Amy and Kayla, I liked your mom and grandma very much. She was a nice lady. The most thing I remember about her was her smile. Take care at your new home. Remember that we all love you. Velda