Janice Marie Mash

Born in Nashville, TN on August 6, 1960

Departed on August 10, 2008 and resided in White Bluff, TN

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MASH, Janice, 48, White Bluff, August 10, 2008. Survived by husband, Richard Mash; son, Casey Jones; brothers, Fred Ann, Jimmy Kim, and Charles Huggins. The funeral service will be at 2 pm on Tuesday, August 12, 2008 at West Harpeth Funeral Home. Interment at Dickson County Memorial Gardens. Visitation will be on Monday, 4-8 pm, and Tuesday, 10 am until time of service at WEST HARPETH FUNERAL HOME 6962 Charlotte Pk 615 352-9400

2 Comments to Janice Marie Mash

  1. Valeri Allen says:

    My memories of Janice begin back in 2001. I must admit I was a little intimidated when I first met Janice, but those feelings were soon shelved as she greeted me each time with a great big smile. Janice was my main contact for so many years. Always caring and compassionate and a shoulder to cry on if need. We laughed and hee hawed some days until I thought we were going to get in trouble. Janice?s desk was always amazing to me. I have never seen a desk kept so neat and tidy. I remember picking up some papers in her office and I did not put them back where I got them. Boy I found out real quick that if I?m gonna touch it, it had better be like it was before I left. Just standing in front of her desk and playing with the goodies on the edge of her desk and talking. I began to watch her watching me to see if I put them back were she had them. LOL! We both shared a purse fetish. I still have 2 that were hers. We also shared our love of the Lord and how He worked in our lives daily. I know you?re there with Him now Janice; Tell Him I said ?Hello and that I?ll be seeing you both!?

  2. Randall Stewart says:

    I met Janice as a child growing up down the street from her home as a friend of her brother Charles. We would tease her like younger boys would normally tease older sisters yet she was still always nice to us. That time seems like so long ago.

    I haven’t seen her for years but have no doubt she was a great person, mother, and wife. And I’m sure she will be greatly missed by her family.

    My prayers and sympathy go out to you all. God bless.