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Janice Poulton

Place of birth: Arnprior, Ontario, Canada

Religious affiliation: Protestant

Janice Lynn Poulton, 62, of Pittsburg, CA, beloved daughter of Alan and Simone Bond and loving wife of Richard (Rick) Poulton passed away on May 30th at 4 PM at her home, of complications caused by lung cancer. She is survived by husband Rick and son Robert. She is also survived by her mother, Simone Bond and her sister Susan Richardson of White Rock, B.C. Canada, and her brother Mark Bond of Arnprior, Ontario Canada.

Janice worked for the TD Bank, in Toronto, Canada for 34 years, the last 12 years of which was spent in Branch Operations as a process improvement specialist. She retired from the Bank in 2007. During most of her time in Toronto, she and her husband lived in the High Park Area. Following her retirement Janice and Rick moved permanently to California. They became US Citizens in 2013.

Janice, a strong Christian, is remembered as kind, generous woman who loved family, enjoyed gardening and helping others. She will be greatly missed by family and friends.

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  • Dimitry Sapon On

    Janice was like a second mom to me

    I have known Janice for close to 16 years as Robert and I are very close friends from late middle school/early high school years. I fondly remember the times I was able to spend with Janice when I was over at the Poultons'. From the various dinner occasions in Toronto to the California visits, I was always treated like family. Janice has always been a very caring person and her love for God/family and close friends was always visible. She had an amazing ability to be gentle in nature yet strong in character when it came to things to mattered. Just as Carl, when I first heard of the news, I was devastated that such a life can be cut short. Our faith asks us to always trust in God's plan and so with time I was also able to come to terms with the situation. Being able to visit Janice one last time last October was a blessing to my wife and I. It was amazing to see that despite such an outlook on her life, Janice's soul was still shining bright as ever. It helped me see what Grace looks like when one has unwavering faith. She will be missed by all the Sapons. May her memory be eternal.

  • Carl Samuels On

    Janice will remain an awesome memory of joy

    When I first learned of Janice getting diagnosed with cancer I felt like a part of my life was just ripped away from me and I wept profusely for several minutes and all of the sudden I had a calming presence overcome me and I realize that it was from the father. He took that pain and replaced it with an urgency to be strong for you guys and to submit to praying for your guys on a daily basis. It hit me so hard at first knowing the joy that our only grandson just came into your lives and then it is being taken away. The joy of a grandchild and leaving the legacy of our lives in him to be lived out by him. I am living out daily my own dad's legacy for Taylor as he only saw pictures of his first great grandchild before he went to be with the Lord. Janice will live on as an awesome memory of joy in our lives now...


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