Kilgore, Janice K.

July 6, 1955 - April 18, 2015

Janice was born in Dallas, TX on July 6, 1955 and passed away in Cedar Hill on April 18, 2015.  She grew up in Oak Cliff and attended Tyler Street Methodist Church. She had a Masters in music from North Texas, and taught music and orchestra at DeSoto, Dallas and Waxahachie School districts during her career. She currently taught orchestra at Carter High. She has also been a choir director for many churches.

A Celebration of Life Service will take place on Sunday, April 26, 2015 from 2-4 pm at Tyler Street United Methodist Church 927 W 10th St, Dallas, TX 75208.

Arrangements are under the direction of:
ARIA Cremation Service & Funeral Home
10116 E. NW Highway
Dallas, Texas 75238

13 replies on “Kilgore, Janice K.”

Shirleen Smiley Gartin says:

Janis gave voice lessons to our granddaughter, Leigh Ann Hill, one summer. She was also a relative of our former neighbors, John & Bonnie Kilgore, and we are sorry to hear of her early passing.

Derlena Young says:

God bless this lovely flower who had a passion for music and her students. Rest in peace. I know she’s making beautiful music in the Heavenly orchestra.

Mitchell McCreless says:

Rest easy Janise

Karen Gray says:

God speed my friend. You were a loving and giving individual. We will miss you at gatherings and on FB and through prayers, and you said so many for so many others. I know you are home with your family now and will live in eternal grace from now on. We will meet again I know.

Sharon Matthias Marvin says:

Goodbye sweet Janice til I see you in heaven, and you can finally teach me to play the violin.

Linda Martin says:

May you find comfort in the God of all comfort @ 2 Corinthians 1:3,4.

Cindy Womble Billman says:

Janice we will all miss you on FB and your positive thoughts and comments. We have lost a friend and heaven has gained an angel!

Robin Hopper says:

Missed but NEVER Forgotten

June Harris says:

Missing you, dear friend. Blessings!

Jean Ann Kilgore Gibson says:

Janice, you know that I will always miss you. I know that you’re now with the family in Heaven and happy again with them and our Lord. We will see each other again. Love you, your cuz

Jean Ann Kilgore Gibson says:

Janice, you know that I will always love & miss you. I’m doing the best I know how for you now. May you rest in peace. Love always, ja (your cuz)

Jody says:

I just learned of Janice’s passing today. We lost touch on FB, but she would cross my mind often. Heaven gained a new Angel, and someday I’ll see you, and you can teach me to play the violin.. R.I.P my friend….

Roger Chavez-Deleon says:

My favorite memory of her was being in her Guitar class at Carter High School in Dallas for the 2014-2015 School year where she would teach us how to play Classic Rock songs . Every time I hear “House Of The Rising Sun”- by The Animals , she comes to mind . I’ll always keep her close to me as a mentor and as a person I could confine with during my time in High School .

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