of Harmony, AR
April 30, 1959 - May 6, 2020
Janet Fay Weldy, 61, a resident of the Harmony Community, north of Clarksville, passed away Wednesday, May 6, 2020, at Baptist Hospital in Little Rock.She was born April 30, 1959, in Sacramento, California to James and Wanda (Nichols) Dunn. Janet married Earl Weldy on September 17, 1988, at Placerville, California. She spent her working years as a private home health nurse's aide where she truly loved her patients. Janet was an animal lover and enjoyed gardening and riding horses. Janet was preceded in death by her mother, Wanda (Nichols) Dunn; paternal grandparents, John Irwin and Dolly Mae (Nails) Dunn and maternal grandparents, Acie and Flora (Harden) Nichols. Survivors include her husband of 31 years, Earl Weldy of Harmony; her father, James Dunn of Paris; a sister, Sharon Mullins and husband, Herla, Jr. of Ozone; lifetime best friend, Barbara Klein Mobley of Oregon and numerous nieces and nephews including, David Short of California and James and Teresa Short of Etna and a great niece, Allie Short. Graveside services will be held at 10:00 a.m., Monday, May 11, 2020, at Baxley Cemetery in Paris with the Rev. Paul Buchanan officiating. Burial will follow under the direction of Roller Funeral Home in Paris. In lieu of flowers, Janet requested memorials to be made to in her honor to: Clarksville Animal Shelter 217 B Taylor Road Clarksville, AR 72830.
Earl, we are so upset to hear this news. Dennis and I are so sorry to hear the passing of Janet. We worked together for many of families and shared the love between them even tag teaming if either of us was sick or couldn’t see them. You know where we live if you ever need us. Much love to you as always. I’m so sorry.
Janet I will forever feel the loss. I hope family with love can start the healing process. I know you still feel their love. Till we meet again my friend. Love to my extended Family. Bobbie
Words can't describe how special you are to me, rest easy now my dear friend. I love you to the sun and back.
Love u Janet. Rest easy my friend
I knew Janet through my sister, Christina. I was a kid for the majority of my time around her but I remember her being a good friend to everyone and one of the funniest and most charismatic people I'd ever met. Condolences to her family.
Janet was always there for me through thick and thin. She and Earl were the best neighbors ever. Going to the races, trail riding, sitting and talking around the fire were all things she enjoyed. She was such a strong force of life and you always knew where you stood with her. She would tell you like it is and never gave up. Janet helped so many elderly have better lives. She was their advocate. I will miss your earthly presence forever, Janet. Your friendship made my life so much better. One day there will be a grand reunion day. Love to all of Janet's family and friends and especially Earl.
Janet will be missed by so many. I had a chance to get to know her and work with her at JRMC. My thoughts and prayers go out to Sharon and the whole family.
So saddened to hear of Janet’s passing away.
Janet was awesome.. when I first met her back in 1999 I worked with her at Johnson regional Medical Center she took me under her wing and taught me everything she knew, she had a heart of gold I will definitely miss her. Earl and Sharon and family I am so terribly sorry for your loss
Sorry for your loss
We are sorry for your loss Earl and hope you lean on your friends and family when in need my brother.