Janice Lorraine Archer's Memorial

Janice Lorraine Archer
(1951 - 2015)


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Name: Mrs Janice Lorraine Archer
Maiden Name: Crofton
Gender: Female
Age: 63 years old
Lived: Friday, 6 July 1951 - Sunday, 29 March 2015

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All those whom Janice touched known how important she was to the greater Sydney community. Her community involvement in areas such as Bankstown, Mt Druitt, Parramatta, Hurstville and other parts of Western Sydney will always be remembered. She was integral in establishing the Salvation Army in many of the western suburbs and she was also a great strength with the local Catholic Church community.

Janice will be remembered by her caring nature. A strong willed, determined and passionate individual, dedicated to the greater cause. She was selfless in all endeavours and her family still continues to support the charities and organisations that Janice was such a strong supporter of. The family have requested that donations be made to Animal Rescue in place of flowers. 

Her family would like to thank all those involved in making the funeral arrangements and helping the immediate family through such a tough time. In particular, a huge thank you to all those that assisted young Jake with his understanding the loss of his grandmother.

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City of Residence: Sydney North Shore
Occupation: Community
Marital Status: Married
Religion: Catholic


Favourite Music Genre: Classical
Favourite Charity: Animal Rescue


Date of Passing: 29 March 2015
Type of Funeral: Catholic Funeral
Funeral Director: Funeral Directors Sydney
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