The Life of Janice L. Floyd

Janice Floyd was the eldest child born to Elbert and Frances Floyd (both deceased) May 31, 1953 at St. Joseph's Hospital in North  Philadelphia.  She attended Most Precious Blood elementary school, and Hallahan Catholic Girl's High School, which she graduated in 1971.  She completed an X-ray technology program, and immediately after, she started working at Colonial Penn Life Insurance Company, as a claims adjuster for more than 20 years.  She also worked as a security guard at Penn Patrol after a big layoff with Colonial Penn.  She lived in her Dewey Street home for 42 years, and the neighbors will attest to Janice being a caring neighbor, loving her neighborhood so much so that she worked the poles every year hoping to encourage others to get the right candidates in political office with hopes of making a difference in the neighborhoods. She was a wonderful and loving friend, and she was adored by her family.  She had a great sense of humor, a strong work ethic, honest, sometimes to a fault, she love gardening; planting fresh flowers every spring, and she loved her Catholic faith; being a devoted member of St. Cyprian before changes in health caused her to slow down.  She is survived by her brother, Gregory; nephew, Hamid; sister, Joann; brother-in-law, Jarrett; and many loving cousins and friends.

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