Janet Rae Edwards

 

Janet Rae Edwards
Janet Rae Edwards

Janet Rae Edwards, 70, of Amarillo, TX died Saturday, June 11, 2022.

Memorial services will be at 11:00 a.m., Monday, June 20, 2022, at Boxwell Brothers Ivy Chapel, 2800 Paramount Blvd.

Janet was born September 26, 1951, to Ray and

Mary Frye in Hereford, TX, where she graduated from Hereford High School.  She earned her bachelor’s degree from West Texas State University.

She married Bruce Edwards on March 1, 2000.

For many years, Janet worked as a social worker and was active as a Make A Wish volunteer.  She was a Baptist. Spending time with friends and family, playing piano, and vacationing in the mountains was what she loved best.

Janet is bound upon the gossamer wings of moonbeam and sunlight.  And even though we’re but a breath away from the face of God, you can hear her whisper through the veil, “This is not goodbye, it’s merely a pause until we meet again.”

Survivors include her husband, Bruce Edwards, of Amarillo, TX; sisters, Anne Reiter and husband Ronnie, Shawn Frye, and Beth Frye, all of Hereford, TX; nieces, Terri Irlbeck and husband Brian, Traci Miller and husband Jeff, Melanie Rodriguez, Audrey Jackson, Ali Frye, and Chloe Frye; nephews, Raegan Gearn, Riley Gonzales, Cole Gonzales, Kevin Edwards, Sean Edwards, and Cole Edwards; two great-nephews; and two great-nieces.

Donations can be made to Capuchin Catholic Sisters, 4201 NE 18th, Amarillo, TX 79107, or your favorite charity.

Please use this link to view the service: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1v0OH5QiZr944uL9aL-Hf6-f80QJ5VEhu/view?usp=sharing

19 Replies to “Janet Rae Edwards”

  1. My sincerest condolences to the Edwards and Frye families. Janet and Anne were the first friends I had when my family moved to town. She will be greatly missed by all who had the privilege to have known her.

    1. Frye Girls, so sorry for your loss. You all are in my prayers. When we went snowskiing boo many years ago was a very special time with all our parents and crazy boy cousins. Love you all. Take care! Nancy

  2. Janet was a friend to me not only when we worked together but after we retired. She was proud, kind, smart, funny, loved animals and was sweet. I will remember her with fondness and I will remember her smiling.

  3. I got to know Janet while working with the State of Texas. Janet served as a hearings officer. Janet was also a nearby neighbor. I traveled a lot for work and after it snowed Janet would drive in my driveway so it would appear ad if someone was home. Janet was that kind of a human.. kind, thoughtful, and giving. May the Lord bless and keep you and give you peace.

  4. Bruce, I’m so sorry for your loss. I know you guys were soul mates.
    Janet, what a beautiful, kind, wise soul you’ve always had. I will miss you immensely. Thanks for all the life lessons. Love you

  5. Janet was such a loving and generous friend. I will miss her ready laugh and the twinkle in her eye when she was being mischievous.

  6. I’m so sorry for your loss. I was a neighbor to the Frye family in Hereford. Good people. Prayers for the family.

  7. I miss my friend. I miss the April Fool Jokester who loved April 1 better than any other holiday. I miss the Janet we all knew that had such a capacity for love. I will miss her voice, her giggle and her smile. But, she is comfortable now. She is with Mary, Ray and Willie. We are left to remember.

  8. Our prayers go out to the Frye and Edward’s families. Janet lived and loved big. I know she will be greatly missed. May you be surrounded by friends and family during this time.
    Ginger Goodin Wallace

  9. I didn’t know Janet as well as I should have, but I have known Bruce for over 50 years. I do know Janet and Bruce made each other laugh, and Bruce loved her intensely. The ability to make Bruce happy says more about Janet than I ever could.

    Condolences to all family and friends.

  10. So sorry to hear this sad news on the loss of Janet who was such a lovely lady to know.
    Condolences to Bruce and all the family.

    Shirley Dunn

  11. Bruce, I am so very sorry for your loss. I will never forget Janet’s beautiful smile. It could light up a room. My thoughts and prayers are with you .

  12. Many prayers go up for Bruce and family! I was so blessed to know Janet since grade school, and even roomed with her in college. She always had a beautiful smile and loved being a little ornery from time to time. I lost touch for a time, but reconnected 5 years ago, only because Janet made an effort to reconnect many of our friends. What fun we had at the HHS 50th reunion weekend! I will never forget Janet, and will see her again in the New Heaven.

  13. What a precious gift that we got to be with you at the reunion. What a kind and beautiful soul you have always been. We will see you soon.

  14. Ann, Bruce and family Janet will be missed by all who knew her. She was a genuinely nice and kind person. I’ll never forget one evening when we were kids when your family invited mine over to watch the Wizard of Oz in color! Good memories.

  15. My condolences to Janet’s family. She was a sweetheart and one of a kind. Love you Janet💖💖😢😢

  16. I will see you again Janet. You were a beautiful soul that we all loved. Seeing you this summer was such a blessing to me. You were beautiful inside and out. I am so thankful for the time I had with you. Don’t know when but I will see you again on those streets of gold.

  17. Janet was such a beautiful person inside and out. We both worked at Sugarland Mall in Hereford when we were in High School in the early 70’s. Graduated with her sister, Ann in 1972. Prayers to all her family for the coming days.

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