Jana Lee Seal
Born: 8/10/1954, Canton, Ohio
Death: 8/30/2010, Moab, Utah
Service: 09/04/2010, 4:00 pm, Old City Park
“Miss Jana” Lee Seal, 56, passed away very peacefully on Monday, August 30, 2010, at her home surround by loved ones after a long tough battle with cancer
Jana was born in Canton, Ohio August 10, 1954, to Hubert “Smokey” and Donna Ensley Jones. Jana loved spending time writing lovely poetry as well as watching crime dramas with her soul mate Mike.
Jana loved visits with her children and grandchildren and was holding out strong to meet her new great grandchild.
She is survived by two daughters: Dawn (Ammon) Martineau, and Beth Dixon (Mike Burgess) ; two sons Joey (Amber) Shepherd , and Brian (Jamie) Straugh ; a brother Michael (Sandy) Jones; a sister Kelly (Darrell) Pack; 16 grandchildren, and 1 soon to be great grandson, and life long friend and soul mate Michael Ulakey
She was preceded in death by her parents.
At Jana’s request donation has taken place and a gathering with friends and family will take place at Old City Park on Saturday September 4, 2010 at 4:00 pm.
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