Janet Louise Long

  • Born: July 31, 1940
  • Died: May 12, 2021
  • Location: Richardson, Texas

Charles W. Smith & Sons Funeral Home

2343 Lake Rd.
Lavon, TX 75166

Tribute & Message From The Family


Janet Long, age 80 of Richardson, Texas passed away peacefully on May 12, 2021 in Dallas, Texas. She was born on July 31, 1940 in Lodi, Ohio. Janet had a degree in graphic design and worked as a book and print work illustrator. She was a voracious reader, gifted artist, avid traveler and loved all things nature. She gave selflessly, loved unconditionally and was happiest when she was around her friends and family.

She was preceded in death by and is now reunited with, her parents Ray and Nina Wright, her husband of 50 years Bob, and her son Jeff.

Those left to cherish her memory, son Bruce Long and wife Beth, daughter Judy Arion and husband Mike, sister Gayle Meador, grandkids Jordan, Logan, Jackie, and Tracy. Great-grandkids Knox, Stella, Remy, Wilder, and Bodhi.

A Celebration of Life in honor Janet will be held on Thursday, May 27, 2021 at 10:00 a.m. at Charles W. Smith Funeral Home Lavon - Chapel, 2343 Lake Rd., Lavon , Texas 75166

In lieu of flowers please consider donating to an organization that was dear to Janet. Love Thy Baby, PO Box 1732 Coppell, TX 75019.
http://www.ltnlovethyneighbor.org/love-thy-baby-program


Services


Condolence & Memory Journal

Janet was a lovely person who shared her talents and love of art. She will be missed by those she touched.

Posted by Lynnette Holmes - Acquaintance   May 31, 2021

Janet will be missed by the many friends that she made at Love Thy Baby. She was a sweet, kind lady and we appreciate all that she's done for us.

Posted by Gloria Kennedy - Coppell, TX - friend   May 17, 2021

What a special lady. She fought the good fight. She will be missed

Posted by Linda Waters - Richardson, TX - Neighbor   May 15, 2021

Janet was my aunt and has held my sons, their children, and myself so close for all of our lives. She has always done whatever she could for anyone in need or just to show her love. Janet was beautiful inside and out, and the world has a little less light without her being here. Anyone Janet touched will not forget her.
I loved Janet with all my heart.

Posted by libby triolet - Plano, TX - Family   May 15, 2021