of Mountain Home, AR
September 23, 2021
Mrs. Janis Engle, 70, of Mountain Home, Arkansas passed away Thursday, September 23, 2021 in Mountain Home. She was born September 5, 1951 in Waco, Texas to Carl and Patsy (Hamilton) Stevens. She was a free spirit who loved the color purple, as one could see from the color of her clothes all the way to the color of her hair. Only thing she loved more than the color purple was her grandchildren who she adored. Janis is survived by her two sons: Michael Day (Robyn) and Joshua Kammerer; seven grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; two brothers: Carl Stevens, Jr. (Mary) and Charles Stevens (Tammy), and two sisters: Paula Terry (Dennis) and Sheri Perino Goforth (Danny). She was preceded in death by her parents. Services will be private.
I will miss the ease of our conversations Janis, our heartfelt laughter and your generous heart. I know your world were your children and grandchildren. You will be missed greatly. You were such a good friend. You always gave the best hugs. I love you to the moon and back Mz. Janis. You will always hold a special place in my heart. Say hello to Billy for me. I’m sure he was waiting eagerly for your arrival.
All our love,you will be so very missed.
Fly high you beautiful woman I know you and Lindsey will have the best of times until we meet again rip
Very sorry for your loss! We will be keeping you in our prayers
So sorry for your loss. Our condolences. Love to all, Allan & Kathy
Janice, you have always been so open and honest about life. Even when one didn’t want to hear it. I’ve cherished our friendship throughout the years, 42 years to be exact. I will miss our talks. :D
So sorry for your loss of your love one. May God take you in his arms and comfort you in your time of sorrow amen. Love you mom!
I loved her so much. This completely breaks my heart. Such an amazing woman
I'm so sad Janis was like a second Mom to me a really help me so much when I needed someone.
My condolences to her family. She was a delightful lady. God bless you.
Oh Janis, what a wild ride it's been, huh? I will miss and envy your loving heart that you always had wide open. Give Shira a hug for me. I love you girl. I'll see ya when it's my turn. ❤️❤️❤️
To my sweet friend and family. Janis took me under her wing when I arrived to work at BRV. I spent many days getting to know her and then helping her when she needed me. She was an unforgettable presence, had a lovely caring heart and we became very close. She will be missed by so many of us. You put a big old Texas stamp on my heart. Love you so much. Our last words were Love you Honey see you tomorrow. I will see you again someday in your most likely purple room in heaven!
Have known Janis and family for many years, she will be missed by all who knew her. LoveMike
Love you sis you will be missed.
We will miss you very much!!! The laughs, the love, the care you showed to everyone! You touched so may lives! Fly high! gone but never forgotten! Baxter Retirment Village