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Ryan Warner

Janice Ruth Fowler

January 13, 1953 - April 25, 2021

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OBITUARY
Janice Ruth Faller Warner passed away at her home in Fort Worth, Texas on Sunday, April 25, 2021 at age 68.   Jani was born and raised in Toledo, Ohio, where she attended Whitmer High School.  Soon after high school, she developed a passion for hairdressing and later owned her own salon.  She then moved to Texas where she resided for the rest of her life. She always looked forward to calls and visits from her out-of-town...  see more
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  • Laurianna Callaghan
    My mom named me after Aunt Jani, she was so special to me growing up. I remember the big house with the extraordinary living room. I loved walking through the front door to see the grandeur. I remember Jani taking us to the drive-in theater. She had...  more
  • Kimberly Scott
    Growing up, I thought of Jani more as my friend than as my aunt. With only eleven years between our ages, she was my "cool aunt" and we had lots of fun! Aunt Jani was my very first stylist at her Terrarium Hair Salon in Temperance, MI. I remember...  more
  • Sharon Simmons
    I was 12 when my adorable little cousin was born -- and have lovely memories of her growing up. I loved seeing her graduation photo, once again. Thank you, Jessie, for sharing.
  • Jessica Warner
    Senior picture look-a-likes! I see so many similarities between you and your mom, going deeper than just your good looks and great hair. ☺️ The way your magnetic personalities draw people in and make deep friendships. The way you both care about and...  more
  • Jessica Warner
    • Jessica Warner
      Jodi Lee Ryan It took me until now to find Jani's obituary. We spent the last years of her life together. I miss her so much. We went out to eat so many times. She would come over & swim. We were the closest of sisters. Even after I moved to Texas. She even gave me a...  more
      • Apr 7