Janis C. Ewing

Janis C. Ewing

Suffolk , VA
11.03.1946 - 07.16.2020
Birthplace
Virginia

Janis Cobb Ewing, of Chesapeake, VA, died on July 16, 2020 at the age of 73.

Janis will be lovingly missed by her daughter, Amy; son-in-law, Bud; grandchildren, Camryn and Rylee; brother, Kenton; and Kenton’s family, Marion, Johanna, Jeff, Celisa, Cy and Selah.

Against the odds, her determination and desire to be with family allowed her to be part of our lives for much longer than she was told would be medically possible.  Her strength was an inspiration to us all.

Due to Covid-19 and in the interest of safety for all our friends and family, we will not be having a formal service at this time.  We will be honoring her wish to have a gathering to celebrate her life and enjoy “all the foods she couldn’t eat”.

 

Guestbook

My deepest sympathy to you and your family. Jan was a wonderful person. I worked for her at Little Creek and will always remember her as a great boss. She was the best!

Jeanette Wesley

Please accept my deepest sympathy to her family. Jan was an awesome boss; always willing to hear our ideas and encouraging us to become better at our jobs; a great wit and a sweet smile. Thank you Jan for letting me spend time with you at Little Creek.

Joyce deGuzman

I am so sorry to hear about the loss of your beloved Jan. I too worked with her at what was NAB Little Creek at the time. She always amazed me by her cool calm attitude and soft tone of voice dispite the stressful situation. She was definitely calm under pressure. Also, she was fun and had a great laugh. I did not work with her long but she left an indelible impression on me. RIP Jan.

Jennifer Marshall

So sorry to hear of Jan's passing. She was a wonderful mentor to me. She had a brilliant mind always knew how to approach a project. I know she will be dearly missed by everyone who knew her. RIP Jan.

Sue Piper

Please accept my deepest sympathy to her family. Jan was a super person. She had a fantastic mind and could complete any task she was assigned. She was highly regarded by everyone. It was wonderful to work with her. She was an excellent worker. She will be missed.

Mac Quattlebaum

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