Janice Thrash – Obituary

by Lynn McMillen
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Janice Thrash (87) of Fulton passed away Thursday Oct. 24 at Countrywood Plantation in Mantachie. She was born Dec. 19, 1925 to the late Sam and Mae VanLandingham Hunt. She was a lifelong conservationist and a former Commissioner for the Itawamba County Soil and Water Conservation District. She was very active in civic organizations such as, Fulton Civic Club, Eastern Star, Sweet Adelines, Daughters of the American Revolution, and Edelweiss Garden Club. She retired from teaching after 30+ years of service from teaching at Fulton, Mantachie, and Fairview Schools. She was a member of the First Baptist Church in Fulton where she was a choir member and Sunday School teacher. One of her greatest joys was sharing flowers with her friends and neighbors.
She leaves behind 2 sons: Carlton Wayne Thrash of Jacksonville, FL, Dr. Doug and Patti Thrash of Fulton; Daughter: Jan and David Morris of Fulton; Grandson- J.D. and April Morris, 3 Granddaughters: Cassi Franks, Jami Thrash, Mary Leigh and Hunter Merrill; 3 Great-Granddaughters: Rheagan Morris, Stella Franks, and Presley Morris
She was preceded in death by her husband: James A. Thrash, Parents, 3 brothers: Curtis, Phillip, and Mike Hunt; 5 Sisters: Myra Cook, Nina McAdory, Margaret Palmer, Johnnie Williamson, and Becky Hunt

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