Mrs. Janice Deck Keller, 69
Mrs. Janice Deck Keller, age 69, of Flowery Branch passed away Wednesday, September 9, 2020 at Northeast Georgia Medical Center – Braselton.
Private Graveside Services will be held at a later date.
Mrs. Keller was born July 3, 1951 in Talladega, Alabama to Peggy Deck & the late Edward Deck, Jr. She was preceded in death by her son, Jason Thomas Hamilton.
Throughout the years, Jan taught at various schools in Alabama and Georgia and served as Worship Leader at several churches. Most recently, she taught music lessons at Music Authority in Cumming, Georgia and was the beloved music teacher at Flowery Branch Elementary School, where she touched the lives of so many children with her love for music.
Mrs. Keller is survived by her husband, Stephen Keller of Flowery Branch; mother, Peggy Deck of Oakwood; daughter-in-law and grandson, Leigh Ann and Taylor Hamilton of Flowery Branch; brothers & sisters-in-law, Edward & Cynthia Deck of Alpharetta and Steve & Jennifer Deck of Dallas, Georgia; nephews, Samuel Decator Deck (Alexa), Andrew Bennett Deck (Virginia); niece, Alison Clark: step-son, Scott and Melisa Keller, of Brea, California; step-grandchildren, Caedmon Keller, Adelaide Keller; step-daughter, Sherilyn Keller of San Luis Obispo, California.
In lieu of flowers, The Family has set up a memorial fund for the education of grandson Taylor Hamilton. https://www.gofundme.com/f/jankellermemorialfortaylor
Memorial Park South Funeral Home, 4121 Falcon Parkway, Flowery Branch, Georgia 30542 is in charge of arrangements. Send on-line condolences to www.memorialparkfuneralhomes.com.
I am so sorry for your loss, Steve, and Leigh Anne and Taylor and the rest of the family! May she Rest In Peace with her Father Whom she served in every way possible, from
her school children, her family, and dear close friends and relatives. Heaven is celebrating to have her there and we are blessed to have known her and learned from her what it means to be “sold out” for Jesus!
I will miss my friend and birthday sister so much but know many others in heaven, including my husband, Jeff Wright, who greeted her upon arrival in heaven! May she Rest In Peace and be part of the choir serenading the throne of God... Amen!
I feel so lucky and blessed to have called Jan friend. I feel honored to have known her. I am a better person today because of everything she poured into my life. I am so very sorry for this loss. The world was brighter with her in it.
So very sorry for this great loss. Jan was a wonderful friend and mentor. My family and I will miss her greatly.
Dear Brother Steve and family,
We loved Jan like so many who knew her. Our daughter, Gina, recently said, “Jan was possibly the sweetest person I ever met!” Those words summed it up for all of us. I love you and you are always in my prayers, especially now.
Steve we at Redstone UMC are thinking of you and your family. With Love , All if us at Redstone
May peace and comfort soon find a way in your hearts.
Deborah Lynn Smith
Dear Emmaus Family, I met Jan briefly years ago, but was struck by her joy and cheerful ,loving servant's heart.God bless you , and she is now in the great and loving arms of our Lord.I wish you peace and prayers in your time of loss, Your Sister in Christ,Deborah L Smith
Sally Venable Porter
Janice and I were childhood friends in Talladega. Such good memories.
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