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Janis L. Doty
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Submitted by: Wanda Purcell

Janis L. Doty passed away in her home February 1, 1999 at the age of 52.

She was a resident of Sacramento, California.

Janis was the daughter of Vernon D. and LaRue Doty of Sacramento, California and the granddaughter of Charles A. and Gladys N. Doty of Reydon, Oklahoma.

The funeral was held February 4, 1999 at 1:00 p.m. at Price Funeral Home in Citrus Heights, California. She was laid to rest at the Sylvan Cemetery, Citrus Heights, California.

Janis was preceded in death by her father, Vernon D. Doty; her grandparents, Charles A. and Gladys N. Doty; and her aunt, Naomi J. Smith of Reydon, Oklahoma.

She is survived by her mother, Lanue Doty; one son, Shaune Sinerius and his wife Kimberly of Citrus Heights, California; two granddaughters, PresLeigh and Hae Leigh; an uncle, Richard Smith of Lantana, Florida; and cousins, Vernon R. Smith and wife Gayle of Freeland, Pennsylvania; Vicki Howard and husband Tom of Reydon, Oklahoma; and Margilu Reynolds of Sayre, Oklahoma; and many, many other family and friends.

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